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Preparation Water Drilling

Water is the material used to make drilling mud, cement slurry making and personal necessities that need to be surveyed hari.Untuk first water source is on site or nearby locations. The water source can be from rivers, lakes, and marshes. If the supply of surface water resources are not sufficient it is necessary to drill groundwater, and if it is ...

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Comparison Vector and Raster Model

Both raster and vector data models each have characteristics or tendencies, its own advantages and disadvantages. Nevertheless, bearing in mind that the objective nature and human needs can be different from each other and even changed from time to time, then none of the data model that really can meet all the needs of the representation and analysis of spatial ...

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Play Equipment Drilling

Rotating equipment (rotating equipment), equipment used to provide round the circuit drilling. Round produced has enormous power to be able to play a long series of drilling. Some functions of rotating equipment (rotating equipment), among others: – Rotate the drill rod during drilling operations. – Holding and hanging drill rod or other pipes with slip-slip or disconnect the tube from ...

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Printing Maps With Plotter

Map printing is reported as the mapping process is done. The map can be printed on several media and sizes, using a printer or plotter. Map printing process begins with setting up the printer / plotter that will be prepared including the setting up of paper and installing drivers. Map printing steps are as follows: 1) Assemble printer / plotter ...

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Spatial Data Source

One type of data in GIS are spatial data, which can be obtained from several sources, among others: 1) Data Map Analog Data Map analog (among others topographic maps, soil maps, etc.) that maps in printed form along with the results scannya. Analog map created by cartographic techniques, are likely to have such a spatial reference coordinates, scale, direction of ...

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Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Activity Measurements are typically performed to determine the boundary of an area. Results of the measurement boundary is generally in the form of point coordinates X, Y and Z. The point coordinates are then processed into a map to determine the position on the field. On this learning activity you will map the coordinates of digital teodolite measurement results into ...

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