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(wēt'stōn),
Charles, English physicist, 1802-1875. See: Wheatstone bridge.
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Chevron gave the go ahead for its A$29 billion ($28.4 billion) Wheatstone liquefied natural gas project in Western Australia to tap into growing Asian demand with its second LNG export project in the country.
The company executive vice president, Chevron Global Upstream and Gas, George Kirkland, said, 'The success with the recent appraisal program moves the Wheatstone project a step closer to commercialisation.
Chevron plans to make a final investment decision on Wheatstone, which will have an initial capacity of 8.9 mtpa as well as a domestic gas plant, before the end of the year.
Many of the features Wheatstone has pioneered in previous models have been incorporated and improved upon in the X5 as well, including the legendary Multipath Mitigation algorithm, composite processing system with selectable look ahead limiting or clipping, baseband192 composite AES connectivity, and a full set of analysis displays.
Other measurements were conducted at the same time with the use of the same type sensors applied in commonly used systems: a Wheatstone's current supplied bridge and an Anderson's loop.
Wheatstone leads the industry in IP audio networking as the innovator of WheatNet-IP, a complete, end-to-end IP audio network comprising audio consoles, routing, mixing, processing, silence detection and logic control.
Byline: RICHARD WHEATSTONE ECHO Reporter richard.wheatstone@trinitymirror.com
Charles Wheatstone invented the stereoscope in 1838, before photography was invented.
It was made by Wheatstone, London, is marked No 6620, has 28 buttons and is in what I'd describe as perfect condition.
On April 3, 1846, Charles Wheatstone was about to present the Friday evening lecture at London's Royal Institution.