field measure

field check

1. At a field site, a survey of existing conditions; also called a field observation.
2. At an existing structure, a comparison of dimensions with those shown on drawings; also called field measure.
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Smart instruments in the field measure or directly affect single or multiple plant variables, contain a microprocessor for processing data, and are commercially available "off the shelf" These instruments include not only sensors for measurements and communications, but also actuators, valves, motor variable speed drives, and other control Equipment.
Holding out till the end, the Dutch have been supported by states that have unbundled their transmission system operators (TSOs) in calling for the level playing field measure to prevent VICs from buying up any major company active in the energy sector.
Scientists in the field measure in nanometres, with one nanometre being 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.
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The most widely used field measure of upper body muscular strength in children is the pull-up test.
Two electric and two magnetic field measures are used in Maxwell's equations.