dipmeter


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dipmeter

[′dip‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument used to measure the direction and angle of dip of geologic formations.
An absorption wavemeter in which bipolar or field-effect transistors replace the electron tubes used in older grid-dip meters.
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At first, 3D seismic reflectivity did not agree with the dipmeter, as "big smiles" hid the information under the salt dome.
In addition to the basic log data suite, the company acquired dipmeter micro-resistivity imaging data, and a Dipole sonic log on almost every well.
At first 3D seismic reflectivity did not agree with the dipmeter, as "big smiles" hid the information under the salt dome.
DIPMETER ADVISOR -- Developed by Schlumberger to interpret oil-well dipmeter readings; and
The accurate stratigraphic correlation, achieved through detailed logging of the quartzites in the drill hole and the 20 degree dip of the strata, which has been determined in a down-the-hole dipmeter survey, has provided critical data in the basin modeling and in the siting of a third drill hole, which AfriOre has proposed be drilled.
Dipole Sonic, Dipmeter and Compensated Magnetic Resonance (CMR) logs were run to further evaluate the character of the Hiram Brook formation within the gross natural gas pay interval.