sample log


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sample log

[′sam·pəl ‚läg]
(engineering)
Record of core samples or drill cuttings; gives geological, visual, and hydrocarbon-content record versus depth of drilling.
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This task includes performing necessary air and slump tests, inspecting the construction of the formwork, placement and tying of reinforcing steel, checking grades as set by the contractor, making and storing concrete cylinders, logging all samples into the project sample log, tracking test results, taking check samples as needed, addressing failing samples by arranging and assisting in alternate testing of materials through the SCDOT Office of Materials and Research, and all other inspection duties as desc
We are going to apply the sample log file on each component of Data Streams Processor.
Breitling Oil and Gas CEO Chris Faulkner stated, "Using modern-day technology and from re-interpreting scout tickets and the sample log descriptions we feel we have a paleohigh east of known good producers in the field.
An example of a checklist from Milwaukee Public Schools and a sample log sheet for maintenance, testing and inspection log--hot water heating boilers are appended.
i] be the log response-ratio parameter (the true log response ratio), the sample (estimated) log response ratio, and the variance (-squared standard error) of the sample log response ratio, respectively, from the ith study, computed from Eq.
If samples are to be combined manually to form composites, the flow at the time each sample was collected should be recorded on the sample log sheet.
The sawing process for each sample log was videotaped to observe how sawyers cut logs using current grade sawing procedures.
The study analyzed an anonymized sample log data of about 20,000 patients who visited TrialX.
Sample collection also shall be documented during the survey by completing a sample log that
All were assumed the same and measured over the entire length of a sample log.
External defects may not always be visible in the color images of a sample log, and the order of the color photographs were often incorrect.