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Double bolometer measurements of the effects of atmospheric radiators

Peter M. Kuhn

Double bolometer measurements of the effects of atmospheric radiators

by Peter M. Kuhn

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Published by University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Meteorology in Madison .
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  • Bolometer.,
  • Radiative transfer.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Peter M. Kuhn, Robert A. Rogotzkie [and] Velayudh K. Menon.
    ContributionsRagotzkie, Robert A., joint author., Menon, Velayudh K., joint author., Wisconsin. University. Dept. of Meterology.
    LC ClassificationsQC851 .W57 no. 30
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9, [9] l., [6] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5564033M
    LC Control Number67065301

    A bolometer has been developed based on a thin, die‐cut platinum grid. It can survive high temperatures and the neutron and gamma radiation expected in the Toroidal Fusion Test Reactor (TFTR). The platinum resistance is measured with a square‐wave carrier system to minimize sensitivity to ambient electromagnetic interference. Electrical power fed back to the sensor holds its temperature. 2 Resonance Curve of the Dynamometer Effect L Mandelstam and N Papalexi 80 General. 3 Measurement of Current 44 The Indications of Hotwire Instruments. as otherwise the material is more easily attacked by the oxygen of the atmosphere. .

    The paper defines properties that describe the performance of a radiator; states the effects on these properties of external conditions such as flying speed, atmospheric conditions and position of the radiator on the airplane; enumerates the effects of various features of design of the radiator core; and compares methods that have been proposed for controlling the cooling capacity at altitudes. Recent measurements have also suggested interesting effects, such as the penetration of lower energy particles further into the atmosphere than was initially thought possible [Nicoll and Harrison, ], and an influence on lightning [Scott et al., ; Owens et al., ]. There is therefore an ongoing need for more comprehensive measurements of.

    Radiometer, instrument for detecting or measuring radiant energy. The term is applied in particular to devices used to measure infrared radiation. Radiometers are of various types that differ in their method of measurement or detection. Those that function by means of an increase in the. These measurements provide valuable information about the structures of these compounds. The bolometer has also been used to measure the temperature of the moon's surface through a telescope. A bolometer contains a thin, blackened strip of platinum metal. Heat radiation falling on the strip changes its resistance to an electric current.

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