temperature log

temperature log

[′tem·prə·chər ‚läg]
(petroleum engineering)
A continuous record of temperature versus depth in an oil-well borehole.
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Separate temperature log book with the records of power failure and defrosting was found to be maintained in all CCPs.
The fields on the left side are for general system information, including the GPIB addresses of the DVM and scanner, temperature log file location, resistance and channel of the reference resistor, and email lists for laboratory and facility services recipients.
Figure 4 shows a representative temperature log for a complete trip.
The time elapsed between cessation of drilling and the temperature log is at least an order of magnitude large compared to the duration of drilling,
At the time of visit, temperature log book was available at all the PHCs and CHCs but at 90% centers, it was kept near to ILRs and DFs or was easily available.
[27], who have explicitly pointed out the advantage of combining passive temperature and flowmeter logs, where the passive temperature log gives the precise depth at which inflow occurs, and the flow log gives a precise measurement of the flow rate in the interval between inflow and outflow zones.
Once deliveries are made, copies of the recipient's name and signature are transmitted from their drivers' PDA's and immediately relayed to their customers by email along with the full journey temperature log and graph if they should be required.
Temperature log books were maintained and updated with twice daily record of temperature at 18 centers.
The kit is housed in an ABS carrying case and includes a temperature log book and a tub of 70 anti-bacterial wipes.
Also included is a temperature log book and anti-bacterial wipes--the whole kit comes in a carry case.

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