sampling process

sampling process

[′sam·pliŋ ‚prä·səs]
(engineering)
The process of obtaining a sequence of instantaneous values of some quantity that varies continuously with time.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He said the activated carbon had been used by the Selangor Water Management Authority (LUAS) and the water sampling process was also carried out along the 450-metre stretch between the plant and Sungai Rinching, which lead to Sungai Semenyih.
The watchdog added that Southern Water also manipulated its wastewater sampling process.
Dr Hayatullah, in charge Diagnostic Laboratory, briefed the sampling process from animals and their preservation.
Mr Lelatisistwe also wanted to know how many diamonds were recovered and the value realised through the sampling process.
The dissolution sampler was designed to be simple yet advanced--it automates and adheres as closely as possible to the manual sampling process. As a result, the sampler is easy to validate, highly reliable and can deliver rapid sample collections of the
IT fortified programme will also be launched, however, it has been decided that till the time, the IT system is in place sampling process will be started to complete target of 600,000 soil samples from 32 districts of the province by June 30 next year.
However, it has been decided that till the time the IT system gets in place sampling process will be started to complete target of 600,000 soil samples from the province by June 30 next.
In a mark of the high stakes at play it drew a quick reaction from the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency, whose chief insisted that "the integrity of the sampling process and the authenticity of the samples" was not compromised.
For the end-user, the flask is being marketed for improved productivity during the culture sampling process. Other plastic flasks of this size are extrusion blow moulded, however, using Lexan HP allowed for thicker walls and enhanced optical clarity, enabling real-time sample measurement similar to glass.
The gauge reading is then held until the sampling process has been repeated.
The sampling process repeats itself every few milliseconds.
The technical report has recommended that a bulk sampling process needs to be undertaken at the Ellendale East property, consisting of reverse circulation drilling of five holes at each of anomalies 8 and 27 on the Ellendale East property, for a budget of AUD311,000 plus a 10% contingency.