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  • Eddy Covariance
    Sonic Anemometer ...................................................
  • Wind Energy Assessment Study for Nevada -- Tall Tower Deployment (Stone Cabin): 26 June 2005 - 31 December 2007
    Sonic Anemometer Measurements of Turbulence Fluxes .............................................
  • Micrometeorology
    Cover illustration: Measuring system consisting on a sonic anemometer (CSAT3, Campbell Sci. Inc.) and an IR gas analyzer (LI-7500, LI-COR Inc.) for estimating the fluxes of sensible and latent heat and carbon dioxide using the eddy-covariance method as explained �
  • Springer Handbook of Experimental Fluid Mechanics
    sonic anemometer /thermometer SCR .
  • Unsteady Aerodynamics Experiment Phase VI: Wind Tunnel Test Configurations and Available Data Campaigns
    � and Centrifugal Force Corrections ....................................................................45 Dynamic Pressure................................................................................................................................46 Pressure Coefficients...........................................................................................................................47 Pressure Measurement Considerations................................................................................................47 Aerodynamic Force Coefficients.........................................................................................................51 Estimated Aerodynamic Rotor Loads .................................................................................................53 Flow Angles ........................................................................................................................................55 Yaw Error............................................................................................................................................57 Teeter Angle........................................................................................................................................57 Cone Angle..........................................................................................................................................57 Sonic Anemometer Wind Speed .........................................................................................................57 Rotation �
  • Turbulence within and above real and artificial urban canopies
    This paper compares sonic anemometer data obtained in an actual urban area during the Joint Urban 2003 (JU03) Field Experiment with those data obtained in a simulated urban area during the Mock Urban Setting Test (MUST).
  • Comparing Pulsed Doppler LIDAR with SODAR and Direct Measurements for Wind Assessment
    The level of accuracy to which the intercomparisons with the LIDAR and SODAR could be compared with the sonic anemometers is limited by the degree of local flow distortion as a result of the presence of the tower and the nature of �
  • Reply to the Comment by Mauder on �How Well Can We Measure the Vertical Wind Speed? Implications for Fluxes of Energy and Mass�
    Abstract In Kochendorfer et al. (Boundary-Layer Meteorol 145:383�398, 2012, hereafter K2012) the vertical wind speed (w) measured by a non-orthogonal three-dimensional sonic anemometer was shown to be underestimated by ?12%.
  • How Well Can We Measure the Vertical Wind Speed? Implications for Fluxes of Energy and Mass
    Sonic anemometers are capable of measuring the wind speed in all three dimen- sions at high frequencies (10�50 Hz), and are relied upon to estimate eddy-covariance-based fluxes of mass and energy over a wide variety of surfaces and ecosystems.
  • THE NEW YORK MIDTOWN DISPERSION STUDY (MID-05) METEOROLOGICAL DATA REPORT.
    5 2.2.1 Sonic Anemometers .......................................................................................................
  • http://www.biogeosciences.net/7/1745/2010/bg-7-1745-2010.pdf
    Flow angles and verti- cal velocities from two sonic anemometers by different man- ufacturers were analyzed.