Definition of Anemometry

1. Noun. Measuring wind speed and direction.




Definition of Anemometry

1. n. The act or process of ascertaining the force or velocity of the wind.

Definition of Anemometry

1. Noun. Measurement of the direction and velocity of the wind. ¹

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Definition of Anemometry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anemometry

anemograph
anemographic
anemographs
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anemologies
anemology
anemometer
anemometers
anemometre
anemometres
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anemometrical
anemometries
anemometrograph
anemometrographs
anemometry (current term)
anemone
anemone fish
anemonefish
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anemones
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anemonic acid
anemonies
anemonin
anemonol
anemony
anemophilous
anemophily
anemophobia

Literary usage of Anemometry

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1. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society by Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) (1881)
"IN this note on anemometry I propose to offer some remarks on the present state of the subject, and to confine myself principally to the two chief forms of ..."

2. Report of the Annual Meeting (1847)
"By JOHN PHILLIPS, FRS, FGS anemometry, or the registration of wind, is a process of recording certa« effects of the ..."

3. Proceedings of the International Conference on Aerial Navigation, Held in (1894)
"... but a result derived from the facility with which they take advantage of the varied currents and velocities of the wind.* ' anemometry. ..."

4. Harbours and Docks: Their Physical Features, History, Construction by Leveson Francis Vernon-Harcourt (1885)
"Wind : Velocity Anemometer; Pressure deduced from Velocity ; Pressure Anemometer; Maxima Velocities and Pressures; anemometry; Influence and Prevalence of ..."

5. Meteorology, Practical and Applied by Sir John William Moore (1894)
"... XXI anemometry AND ANEMOMETERS Wind : what it is and how produced—Force or Velocity of Wind depends on Barometric Gradients—Estimation of Wind ..."

6. Sunshine and Showers: Their Influences Throughout Creation. A Compendium of by Andrew Steinmetz (1867)
"anemometry; OR THE DIRECTION, FORCE, AND VELOCITY OF THE WIND. THERE are such important differences between the fluid Ocean and the fluid Atmosphere, ..."

7. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1850)
"Contributions to anemometry—The Therm-anemometer. By Sows PHILLIPS, FRS, Assistant- General Secretary to the British Association. ..."

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