pole-pole array

pole-pole array

[′pōl ′pōl ə‚rā]
(engineering)
An electrode array, used in lateral search or in logging, in which one current electrode and the other potential electrode are kept in proximity and traversed across the structure.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The apparent resistivity of pole-pole array along x- direction is shown in Figure 8, compared with Li and Spitzer's [8] solution.
The apparent resistivity of pole-pole array for x- and y-direction is shown in Figure 10.
The estimated pole-pole array model shown in Figure 3b overestimated subsurface cavity location whilst the dipole-dipole array model (Figure 3c) revealed a subsurface cavity giving the best approximation to the initial model (its resistivity and thickness were well resolved).