Flux measurements during ASCOT 1990

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U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Air Resources Laboratory, For sale by the National Technical Information Service , Silver Spring, Md, Springfield, VA
Microclimatology, Atmospheric temperature -- Measur
StatementDetlef R. Matt
SeriesNOAA technical memorandum ERL ARL -- 192
ContributionsAir Resources Laboratory (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 20, [25] p.
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Open LibraryOL13616262M

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Nuclear Science and Engineering: Vol.No. 1, pp. Cite this chapter as: () Accuracy of flux measurements. Flux measurements during ASCOT 1990 book Aharonov-Bohm and other Cyclic Phenomena. Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, vol   Energy flux measurements by an adapted version of the PTP for a surface barrier discharge (DCSBD) were presented and discussed.

For air and oxygen at small probe distances above the electrode an active cooling term in the plasma was found and its origin was identified as gas convection : Luka Hansen, Kristian Reck, Holger Kersten.

Leo J. Fritschen's 43 research works with 1, citations and reads, including: Surface flux measurements in FIFE - An overview. Acoustic sodar measurements during the ASCOT experiment (Part I, Fig.

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3; Poulos ) detected O(1 h) fluctuations in katabatic flows but were insufficient to verify the natural occurrence of this phenomenon because insufficient mountain wave–level thermodynamic measurements were by:   2.

Thermal modelling calculation using measured heat flux data gives reasonable section temperature, showing the accuracy of flux measurement and the model. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was carried out during one of the authors, WS's secondment to The Steel Construction Institute, UK. The author is grateful to Mr.

G.M. Newman for useful discussion. This VLE independency also poses a big problem when the aim is to model PV processes. Some of the most widely spread PV models are empirical or semiempirical [1,9], and so are heavily based on previous measurement, like in the case of the models discussed later in this of best ways to characterise membrane processes is the component flux, which is the flowrate.

Results are presented for a range of one- and two-dimensional shock-wave problems in elastic-plastic and hydrodynamic metals. These problems were solved numerically using the Flux-Corrected Transport (FCT) technique which achieves high resolution without non-physical oscillations, especially at shock fronts, and has not been used before in elastic-plastic solids.

The two-dimensional problems. The size of each specimen was * mm of thickness 10 mm. ESAB SA1 (E8) copper coated wire of 4 mm diameter electrode, granular flux was used for welding.

Two transverse specimens were cut from each weldment and standard metallographic procedures were adopted. The bead profiles were drawn using a reflective type profile projector.

In Advanced Remote Sensing, Eddy Covariance. Eddy covariance is a micro-meteorological method that is currently popular to directly observe the exchanges of gas, energy, and momentum between ecosystems and the atmosphere.

Swinbank was the first to publish the principles of this method in Eddy covariance has few theoretical assumptions and an extensive scope of application.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Flux and Magnitudes A 4 A Flux and Magnitudes 7 Energy Flux and Luminosity The Energy Flux, F, is the power per unit area radiated from an object.

The units are energy, area and time. Luminosity is the total energy radiated from star of radius R is given by: So the luminosity, L, is: If stars behave like blackbodies, stars with large luminosities. The average night-time fluxes measured during the same season were 2 to 3 times smaller.

Two sets of measurements, performed during the winter when water temperatures were;2°C, gave flux values close to zero. Flux measurements were also performed over soil in a coniferous forest.

The flux station was established in the midst of a large, flat playa situated within an interdune corridor. This location was selected due to the playa’s homogeneity, minimal vegetation cover, and sufficient distance from the dune crests to avoid wind flow distortion (Fig.

2, Fig. 3).The playa soil in the experimental area of the interdune has a thick compacted layer of silt and clay, though. Precision farming methods such as variable rate or site-specific nitrogen (N) fertilizer application based on field management zones may represent a m.

The easiest way is to check flux deposition on a PCB is by calculating the weight of the product (PCB) before and after fluxing, than calculating the flux deposit (knowing product size and weight of flux on it).

The results may be affected by the evaporation of flux (activators), the accuracy of weighing techniques and may not be as accurate.

Azerbaijan hosts the highest density of subaerial mud volcanoes on Earth. The morphologies characterizing these structures vary depending on their geo. ASCOT simulations clearly overestimate the fast-ion losses using vacuum fields as they predict ≈15% of injected particle losses and a heat load of ≈7 MW m −2 on the FILD detector head, while infra-red measurements give a maximum of MW m.

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The fusion reactivities for the desired fusion reactions are calculated and tabulated in the preprocessing phase of ASCOT.

This is done for a wide range of test particle velocities v D and background temperatures T. During the simulations, the fusion reactivity for a test particle is obtained from this table by interpolation. The measured flux of MeV protons is shown in table 6 and is compared with the calculated flux from orbit loss, using the D–D fusion reaction profile shape from ASCOT and the total measured D–D neutron yield.

The results demonstrate the good quantitative agreement between the orbit loss model and experimental data. Finding a Flux by Specification. The following table lists fluxes according to industry or government standards. If you are unable to find a particular specification on this table, it doesn’t mean we don’t have a flux for it – Contact Us and let us know what you’re looking for.

In some cases, we list one flux for a specification and we may in reality have more than one flux that meets. Comparison of heat flux measurement techniques during the DIII-D metal ring campaign J L Barton, R E Nygren, E A Unterberg et al.-This content was downloaded from IP address on 05/04/ at Temperature and heat flux measurement techniques for aero.

The temperature and solar flux (global horizontal irradiation) measurements during the solar-assisted desorption process revealed a rapid increase in the MOF temperature, accompanied by the relatively low solar fluxes. Because water harvesting with vapor condensation is done in the presence of noncondensables (air), transport of desorbed.

A Heat Flux Microsensor (HFM) was used in a shock tunnel to simultaneously measure time-resolved surface heat flux and temperature from two sensors fabricated on the same substrate. A method is demonstrated for estimating gage sensitivity and frequency response from the data generated during normal transient test runs.

NO3 − uptake by plant roots is rapidly inhibited by exposure to NH4 +. The rapidity of the effect has led to the presumption that the inhibition results from the direct effects of NH4 + at the plasma membrane. The mechanism of this inhibition, however, has been in contention.

In the present study we used the radiotracer 13N to determine the relative effects of short-term exposures to NH4. Temperature limitations are determined by the gage material properties and the method of application to the surface. The range of heat flux that can be measured and the time response are limited by the gage design and construction details.

Measurements from 10 W/m 2 to above kW/m 2 are easily obtained with current sensors. Time constants as low as 10 ms are possible, while thicker. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Businger JA, Oncley SP () Flux measurement with conditional sampling.

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and Sihi, Debjani and Hopple, Anya M. and Bond-Lamberty, Benjamin}, abstractNote = {1. Accurately measuring the soil-to-atmosphere CO2 flux (soil respiration, RS) is important to.

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Five ratios of tin-to-flux—i.e., and —were used for tinning process of carbon steel solid substrate. Furthermore, the effect of volume ratios of liquid Al-based bearing alloy to solid steel substrate were also varied—i.e.,and —to optimize the microstructural and mechanical performance, which.An experiment is described in which a saturated sodium pool was boiled from the surface of a horizontal 3/8-in-dia cylindrical test section.

Measurements of surface temperature and heat flux during nucleate boiling were made at pool temperatures between and deg F and at heat fluxes up toBtu/hr-ft t heat flux measurements were made at pool pressures between and 1.In quantum physics, a quantum fluctuation (or vacuum state fluctuation or vacuum fluctuation) is the temporary random change in the amount of energy in a point in space, as prescribed by Werner Heisenberg's uncertainty are tiny random fluctuations in the values of the fields which represent elementary particles, such as electric and magnetic fields which represent the.