sounding device

sounding device

[′sau̇nd·iŋ di‚vīs]
(petroleum engineering)
An acoustical device used to measure the liquid level in a wellbore; for example, a Sonolog or an Echometer.
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"It was our fourth or fifth day at the lake when our echo sounding device registered a huge object in the water under our boat," News.com.au quoted Emeliyanova as saying.
Straight from the box this sci-fi sounding device didn't disappoint, recognising devices in moments.
At the heart of the matter is the venerable 1.8T engine which, in180bhp guise, is exactly the same unit that is found under the bonnet of an Audi TT.The 20-valve engine is a sporty sounding device that delivers a gentle roar combined with a pleasing 'whoosh' from the turbo as the revs increase.
(All other things being equal, a louder sounding device will generally sound "better" during a comparison than an equally good quality, less-loud one).
Exterior doors should be equipped with a time delay sounding device which will activate when doors are propped open or left unsecured.
A sounding device and a fire extinguisher is needed for all powered vessels.
The birds fly close to the sounding devices, making them easy to catch."
The crew also used the first electronic sounding devices to map the ocean floor.
Sounding devices may be easily categorized as commodity products, yet not all parts are equal in terms of performance and compliance.
While industry experts agree that the technology for such far-out sounding devices actually exists today, they see more down-to-earth telemedicine devices, such as wireless applications, in the near future.
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