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Related to barometric: barometric pressure, Barometric Altimeter, barometric damper
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Synonyms for barometric

relating to atmospheric pressure or indicated by a barometer


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If you are using the normal handheld ballistic computer, you have to enter the temperature and barometric pressure for every changing condition.
Barometric pressure and wind (both speed and direction) go hand in hand.
Laboratories can compensate for repeatable volume variation caused by barometric pressure by adjusting the internal mechanism of the pipette or by adjusting the delivery setting.
The sensor determines height differences from changes in barometric pressure and temperature.
More than a handful of pilots have looked down at their GPS receiver and were perplexed to note a discrepancy between that altitude and the one being displayed on the aircraft's barometric altimeter.
Also, the barometric draft makes a great entry for fire extinguishing using chemicals should there be a flue fire.
Had a crew blindly followed the barometric altimeter, they easily could've ended up in the water.
Remember, it is the profile of temperature gradients and barometric differentials that provide the throttle behind this engine's drive to maintain its equilibrium.
This uncertainty component could also be eliminated through computation, provided that the barometric pressure, humidity, and temperature are sampled throughout each force calibration.
Barometric Pressure: Hurricanes occur in the atmosphere (gas layer that surrounds and presses on Earth's surface).
A strong inverse correlation exists between groundwater-levels and barometric pressure.
SAIC's support to NDBC involves the maintenance of 152 gathering stations that collect real-time data on atmosphere, ocean, wind, rainfall, temperature and salinity that collect real-time atmospheric (temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and winds) and ocean (sea surface temperature, currents, and waves) data.
The brochure says the systems maximize emissions control efficiency by maintaining the proper airfuel ratio over varying engine loads, speeds, fuel quality, ambient temperatures and barometric pressures.
McAlindon and his colleagues at Tufts-New England Medical Center, Boston, suggest that persons with knee osteoarthritis do indeed have greater pain when there are changes in barometric pressure.