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memory gauge

1. n. [Well Workover and Intervention]

A type of electronic pressure gauge that samples and records downhole pressures, with the data being stored, ready for downloading to acquisition equipment when the tool assembly has been retrieved to surface. Memory gauges are generally used to measure bottomhole pressures and temperatures in response to various production rates in tests to assess well productivity and reservoir performance.

See: pressure gauge

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