psychrometer


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a hygrometer consisting of a dry-bulb thermometer and a wet-bulb thermometer

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Other remote party equipment included a mounting tripod, a petrol generator for battery charging, a spare 12 volt battery, a high frequency radio transceiver, clinometer, prismatic compass, plumb-bobs, box measuring-tape, field books, survey station summaries, measuring scheme diagram, protractor, and ruler, as well as a mechanism barometer and a psychrometer.
Before treated in the microwave, soybean was milled, the atmospheric humidity was determined using a psychrometer and the moisture in the sample adjusted to 25%.
The data collect by the meteorological station of IAG/ USP refer to the following climatic factors: atmospheric pressure (Micro-Barograph, Fuess), air temperature (Assmann's Psychrometer, Fuess and Thermograph 79, Fuess), air humidity (Flydrograph, Fuess), duration of sunshine (Campbell-Stokes Heliograph, Lambrecht), precipitation (Hellmann pluviograph, Lambrecht), wind direction and intensity (Anemograph "Universal" 82b, Fuess) and cloudiness (IAG, 2012).
Besides an impressive variety of tin and wooden containers, rope and textile fragments, barrel hoops and staves, artifacts related to the 526 daily scientific observations conducted by the Greely party include components of thermometers, a barometer, a chronograph, and a psychrometer.
An increase in humidity (>68%) promotes the formation of anaerobic conditions and shortens biomedia operation that was determined during each experiment using a psychrometer MV-4M.
This psychrometer is equipped with a drawer system that places moist soil samples inside a hermetically sealed chamber.
1]) placed immediately above the dryer tray, and the room humidity was measured with the aid of a digital psychrometer (Model THWD - 1 - accurate to 1.
The dry-bulb and wet-bulb temperatures of the ambient air were measured using an aspirated psychrometer, with an accuracy of + or -0.
Temperature and humidity readings were manually recorded each time samples were collected using the Kestrel 3000 or a sling psychrometer.
18[degrees]F]) at a relatively low cost is by using an aspirated psychrometer.
Plant-based measurements were used to schedule irrigation applications; leaf water potential (LWP) was measured with a thermocouple psychrometer and stomatal conductance was measured with a steady-state porometer.
The dry bulb air temperature was monitored by thermocouples (Jenway-digital psychrometer 5105, U.