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An extract from True Location and Orientation of Fractures Logged with thr Acoustic Televiewer, US Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report 83-4275, 1984.

The purpose of the calculator program is to allow the user to reorientate a fracture without having to access a large computer. The program is user-oriented; after completing several examples, the user can run the programs without written instructions. The program requires hole-survey data, such as measured depth, angle of inclination, azimuth angle, and the type of calculation technique.

very thorough with the Hand-Held-Calculator portion in pages 18-26, then pages 45-58 with a supplemental program on page 73.

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