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With the addition of newly developed nonlinear harmonic sensors, in-line inspection devices can more accurately determine defects in buried pipelines.

Technology Today® Fall 2002

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Making the "Smart Pig" Smarter

The addition of nonlinear harmonic sensors improves the discovery of dangerous pipeline defects.


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Seeing in Black and White

New light-based technology allows surface measurement without contacting the surface.


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Higher Education

Field course gives petroleum geoscientists a top-to-bottom view of the structural geology of oil exploration.


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The Drive for Better Fuel Economy

Fuel, lubricant and component testing helps industry achieve Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards.


Technics

Technical Staff Activities

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