pressure depth

pressure depth

[′presh·ər ‚depth]
(oceanography)
The depth at which an ocean sample was taken, as inferred from the difference in readings on protected and unprotected thermometers on the sampler; the higher reading is on the unprotected thermometer due to the effect of pressure on the mercury column at the sampling depth.
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In general, it is important to make sure that any wetted pressure depth and/or velocity sensor is installed under the surface of the flow for the duration of the day.
Included are the Raven natural gas fields in the high temperature and high pressure depth domain which extends into the West Mediterranean Deep Water concession.
This model is certified during production to a pressure depth rating of 35 meters / 115 ft.