microlog

microlog

[′mī·krə‚läg]
(petroleum engineering)
A drill-hole resistivity log recorded with electrodes mounted at short distances from each other in the face of a rubber-padded microresistivity sonde.

microlog

(architecture)
A section of non-volitile memory used to record state information. Often used for retaining crash information after a reboot in embedded systems.

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Limited Tenders are invited for Coiled Cable For Skf Microlog Cmax-80 Vibration Equipment.
Using vibration diagnostic instrument was measuring device microlog GX-S (figure 2).
Plates were incubated at 25[degrees]C for 7 days, and colour development was measured as absorbance (A) using a EMax Microplate Reader (Molecular Devices, Sunnyvale, CA, USA) at 590 nm and the data were collected using MicroLog 4.
Eksperimentai buvo atlikti naudojant MICROLOG nesiojamaji dvieju kanalu matuokli-duomenu kaupikli (4 pav.
US communications software firm Microlog Corporation (OTCMKTS:MLOG) said it had finalised the acquisition of local nutrition company NutraBev Holdings International Inc through an all-stock deal.
An SKF condition monitoring program with Microlog Analyzer showed that the high vibration levels were clearly due to misalignment.
Amongst the new products will be SKF's range of Microlog vibration analysers.
We also collected environmental data, including: daily rainfall, air temperature and humidity (on an hourly basis, using a MicroLog 8-bit EC650 from CIMA TECHPOLOeIE, France) and height and greenness of grass by visual estimate at each survey.
Breitling ran a density-neutron log, microlog and an induction log and decided to run pipe based in analysis by Breitling's engineers and geologists.
The results were compared with the database of Microlog software to determine the coefficient of similarity of previously studied genera in the identification system (27).
The microplates were incubated at 25[degrees]C in the dark and colour development was measured as optical density (OD) every 24h over a 144-h period using a Microplate E-Max Reader (Bio-Rad) with a E590-nm wavelength filter, and the data were collected by Microlog 4.