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Definition of Gustiness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Gustiness
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1. Air Navigation for Flight Officers by Albert Edward Dixie (1917)
"The gustiness of the wind is found as follows : Gustiness = „ . Fluctuation Average velocity Let V be the maximum and v the minimum velocity. ..."
2. Air Navigation for Flight Officers by Albert Edward Dixie (1917)
"0° 10° 15° 18° 20° 21° 22j° 23i° 24°J 24i° 25° I IOOO 12000 25r Fluctuation and Gustiness.—The velocity of the wind is seldom uniform, but varies in gusts ..."
3. The Aeroplane: A Concise Scientific Sudy by Arthur Fage (1915)
"There is evidence to show that the gustiness of surface winds is due to the effect of the ground, and it is convenient to assume that gustiness disappears, ..."
4. Aërial Navigation: A Popular Treatise on the Growth of Air Craft and on by Albert Francis Zahm (1911)
"In either case, the composition of the ascensional motion with the general movement of the wind due to barometric gradient must cause gustiness and marked ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"The relation varies with the dimension of the cups and arms and the speed of the wind, but especially with the steadiness or gustiness of the wind. ..."
6. Aeroplanes in Gusts: Soaring Flight and the Stability of Aeroplanes by S. L. Walkden (1912)
"For aeronautical pur poses the mean gustiness is measured and expressed by the mean acceleration, and the maximum gustiness is measured and expressed by the ..."
7. Aernplanes in Gusts. Soaring Flight and the Stability of Aeroplanes: Soaring by S. L. Walkden (1912)
"... the mean gustiness is measured and expressed by the mean acceleration, and the maximum gustiness is measured and expressed by the maximum acceleration. ..."