temperature survey

temperature survey

[′tem·prə·chər ‚sər‚vā]
(petroleum engineering)
An analysis of temperature changes or differences down an oil-well borehole, based on a temperature log; used to locate the top of casing cement, lost circulation zones, or gas entry zones.
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Energy assessment and data hall air temperature survey to benchmark performance and identify opportunities for improvement
1), we performed an in-situ chemistry and temperature survey of the waters bathing a snail and mussel community that was attached to the side wall of a chimney (Fig.
After describing the need for temperature measurement in industrial furnaces, he presents chapters discussing the physical principles of radiation thermometers; the different types of radiation thermometers used in industrial furnaces, focusing on spectral-band thermometers; techniques for minimizing or eliminating common errors and assessing uncertainties; calibration procedures for radiation thermometers; and measurement and analysis procedures for carrying out a full furnace tube temperature survey.
If elevated, perform a soil temperature survey of the surface to determine the spatial distribution of the elevated temperatures with respect to background temperatures.
A thermal and visible video recording feature documents temperature surveys in any of the imager's four viewing modes, storing files on the included 8-gigabyte SD card.
The meter includes the LoZ function, and other features for performing a wide range of tests such as measuring superheat and sub-cooling, troubleshooting the defrost control on a heat pump, and taking temperature surveys.

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