oriented core

oriented core

[′ȯr·ē‚ent·əd ′kȯr]
(engineering)
A core that can be positioned on the surface in the same way that it was arranged in the borehole before extraction.
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Hy-Tech Drilling has commenced the first-ever oriented, HQ drill core holes in the NW Zone targeting new high-grade Au with the objective to significantly expand the size of the known Au zone, and acquire oriented core data to aid in the vectoring of more high-grade Au targets in the area.
Oriented core is increasingly playing an important role in deposit definition and structural analysis.
As part of the agreement, Huawei will offer its latest state of the art network solutions including 5G wireless, 5G service oriented core and 5G ready transport network to facilitate smooth 5G technology adaption.
As part of the agreement, Huawei will offer its latest network solutions including5G wireless, 5G service oriented core and 5G ready transport network to facilitate smooth 5G technology adaption.
+ 2,100m diamond core program; six 350m oriented core holes
The 2,500 m oriented core drill programme is to follow up historical exploration work done by Rockhaven Resources and other previous operators, to expand and to better define the known silver, gold, lead and zinc mineralised zones on the property.
Layers of fabric are stacked and heated in a double-belt press until the surface of each tape melts to consolidate the fabric, without relaxing the tapes' oriented core that provides the strength.
However, as the number of layers increased, the oriented core panels had an increase in MOE but only exceeded the random core panels values for five-layer construction.
Drill core is also retrieved using an oriented core system which aids in gathering of structural information critical to the geologic teams' interpretation of the 421 zone genesis.