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borescope

[bawr-skohp, bohr-] /ˈbɔrˌskoʊp, ˈboʊr-/
noun, Optics.
1.
an instrument using optical fibers for the visual inspection of narrow cavities, as the bore of a gun.
Origin
1955-1960
1955-60; bore1 + -scope
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  • The drill holes were inspected with a borescope to see if grout material had penetrated to the location of the drill hole.
  • It may be possible to see these using a borescope or similar visual probe.
  • Other areas where the boiler scale has flaked off and the base metal are clearly visible on the borescope images.
  • borescope inspections were routinely conducted after shutdown cycles.
  • Suggested modification to ground water sampling procedures based on observations from colloidal borescope.

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