televiewer


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televiewer

[′tel·ə‚vyü·ər]
(engineering)
An acoustic camera that provides an ultrasonic image of the borehole wall during borehole logging.
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The mayor, a guest during his program, did not directly address a question from another televiewer if she would join the 2022 presidential race but said, "Everything will be easier if it's the plan of God."
The LifeWatch TeleViewer will also be part of the company's new series of remote patient monitoring service packages called TeleClinics.
The results in Table 2 show that the sociodemographic profile of the televiewer with future purchase intention is mainly female (67.3%), aged between 25 and 54 (72.2%), with above average income (56.6%), employed (41.5%) and with high education levels (66.6%).
BHTV (Borehole Televiewer) images make possible to discriminate the tectonic fractures from the fractures induced as a consequence of core perforation and extraction.
Even so, filling a daily half-hour slot proved so difficult that the producers began inserting a bit where Captain Video would check his televiewer to monitor the activities of his rangers around the world--an excuse to toss in 10 or 15 minutes of shootouts, fistfights, and cattle stampedes clipped at random from old Westerns in the DuMont library.
An inspection was undertaken of the borehole wall by BHTV (Borehole Televiewer) and FMI (Formation Micro Imager) after completion of the hydraulic fracturing experiment, and stress measurements related to hydraulic fracturing were also performed [7].
The unit is capable of operating the entire suite of RG logging tools, including the complete range of camera and televiewer systems.
An outfit styling itself Television Preview, and styling me as "Dear Televiewer," proposed a feast of reason and a flow of soul in a Hyatt Regency hotel in suburban Maryland:
These essentially comprise in-hole seismic tools for vertical seismic profiling, a borehole televiewer for obtaining an acoustic image of the borehole wall (analogous to the formation microscanner), and, more recently, a susceptibility/magnetometer tool for resolving magnetic reversals in sediments, which are weakly magnetized compared to basement rocks.
Televiewer surveys will also be selectively done to better define the orientation of veins and other host-rock structures
Peska, P.: 1992, Stress indications in the Bohemian Massif: reinterpretation of borehole televiewer data, Studia geoph.
GeoTec offers a range of its own geo-instruments like the Summit 24-bit telemetry system for seismic data logging, the DMT CoreScan Colour for colour digital imaging of drill cores, a borehole televiewer system with 40 mm diameter probe and rotating ultrasound beam and the MoSDaS mobile data acquisition system for recording seismic and seismo-acoustic events and vibrations.