wire line

wire line

[′wīr ‚līn]
(design engineering)
Any cable or rope made of steel wires twisted together to form the strands.
A steel wire rope ⁵⁄₁₆ inch (7.94 millimeters) or less in diameter.
(electronics)
One or more current-conducting wires or cables, used for communication, control, or telemetry.
(petroleum engineering)
A line or cable used to lower and raise devices and gages in oil well boreholes; used for logging instruments and bottom-hole pressure gages.
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Activity: Conditioning the well in preparation to run wire line logs.
9% of the populations are fixed wire line subscribers.
Drilling and wire line logging operations on the well have now been concluded, having reached a total measured depth of 2,786 meters.
program in the Timor Sea contract area JPDA 06-103, the initial wire line run
One solution to streamlining today's network handoffs--and future proofing tomorrow's--is modular "mix-and-match" media wire line management, a single physical point of termination that can accept any combination of wire line media types.
According to data from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Kentuckians now have more wireless phones than wire line connections.
Now, with the recent ruling allowing wire line users to move their wire line numbers to wireless service, providers have the need for controlling service as never before.
My client was looking for a way to connect multiple sites with Femco AM7011 phones across a large pit which was proving to be very challenging using typical wire line," said Graham Bridgeman of TDS Controls, a system integrator working with CD Nova, a Carlson distributor in British Columbia.
Fixed wire line service is still monopolized by PT Telkom grew relatively sluggish compared with FWA.
The determination of the zone of the mid Jurassic Namur sandstone oil zone to be perforated and production tested through casing will be based on the detailed analysis of the wire line log and core data and Drill Stem Test results.
Fixed telecommunications (PSTN), which consists of fixed wire line and fixed wireless access (FWA) has expanded dynamically especially the FWA segment.
Grifco International is a leading provider of oil and gas services equipment, specializing in the conception, architecture, and development of tools for the coil tubing, wire line, and snubbing industries throughout the United States, China, Mexico, South America, the Middle East and Africa.