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Measurements of temperature induced effects are performed in a climate wind tunnel. The... more
Product information "Calibration at varying air temperature"
|Measurements of temperature induced effects are performed in a climate wind tunnel.
The whole wind tunnel is placed in an insulated and temperature-controlled chamber. Therefore, temperature induced effects on the whole anemometer can be measured rather than rely on simple assumptions (e. g. for mechanical anemometers temperature is only influencing bearing friction).
|For the standard procedure the measurement is performed at an air velocity of about 4 m/s to 15.5 m/s with 2 m/s increments. The air temperature is varied from -20 °C up to +40 °C. The measurements are performed at ambient pressure and normally with temperature increments of 5 °C.|
|On customer request the measurements can also be performed for a reduced temperature range and for a different increment size.|
|Processing time on request.|
|Further information can be found in the report “Anemometer calibration at different air temperatures and air pressures"|
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