strapping table

strapping table

[′strap·iŋ ‚tā·bəl]
(petroleum engineering)
A tabular record of tank volume versus height so that taped (strapped) measurements of liquid depth can be converted into liquid volumes. Also known as gaging table.
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In addition to multiple-point measurement, the advanced eBob software allows the user to add a strapping table to the bin parameters to further personalize the data for a particular bin.
The software now offers the ability to input height-to-volume or weight data into a strapping table to allow the software to account for bin shapes or material properties such as non-linear vessels or compaction of material in the bin when generating measurement data.
Furthermore, HMI2 contains a built-in strapping table to produce volumetric or gravimetric calculated readings if the dimensions of a vessel cannot be determined or the vessel is of an irregular shape.