gyroscopic-clinograph method

gyroscopic-clinograph method

[‚jī·rə′skäp·ik ′klīn·ə‚graf ‚meth·əd]
(engineering)
A method used in borehole surveying which measures time, temperature, and temperature on 16-millimeter film while a gyroscope maintains the casing on a fixed bearing.
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