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Ground temperature measurements.

Daniel R. Norton

Ground temperature measurements.

by Daniel R. Norton

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Earth temperature -- Measurement -- Addresses, essays, lectures.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    SeriesGeological Survey professional paper ;, 1203
    ContributionsFriedman, Irving, 1920-, Olmsted, F. H. 1921-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE509 .N67 1981
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3923046M
    LC Control Number81607982

    Thermophysical properties of high-temperature materials are important from both the scientific and engineering points of view. This book includes the latest developments in the measurements of atomic structure, density, surface tension, viscosity, heat capacity, thermal and mass diffusivity, thermal conductivity, emissivity, and electrical conductivity of mainly metallic melts. and the temperature (frost or drought increase it). This is why earth resistance may vary according to the season or the measurement conditions. As temperature and humid-ity levels become more stable the further you go from the ground surface, the deeper the earthing system, the less sensitive it is to environmental variations. It is advisable to.

    Compared to on-the-ground measurements, the advantage of the tropospheric temperature record is that it provides near complete global coverage. On the other hand, the surface temperature record has notable data gaps, in remote and inaccessible regions like the poles. Gable, Robert, Morin, R.H., Becker, Keir, and Pezard, Phillipe, , Heat flow in the upper part of the oceanic crust--synthesis of in-situ temperature measurements in hole B: Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, v. /, p.

    The surface temperature is the temperature of the air near the ground, not of the ground. To avoid solar heating of the thermometer, temperature measurements are made in the shade. Today’s average global surface temperature is approximately 15(C (or about 59(F.). surrounding the aircraft. References 1–4 supply pertinent information regarding airdata measurement and calibration. These airdata encompass indicated and true airspeed, pressure altitude, ambient air temperature, angles of attack and sideslip, Mach number, and rate of Size: KB.


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Ground temperature measurements (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel R Norton; Irving Friedman; F H Ground temperature measurements. book. The measurements show also that during the summer period the temperature of ground under the bare surface (car park) below 1 m was about 4° higher in comparison with the temperature of ground.

Title Ground temperature measurements. Format Book Published Washington: U.S.G.P.O., Description. Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Norton, Daniel R.

Ground temperature measurements (DLC) (OCoLC) J.D. Spitler, M. Bernier, in Advances in Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems, Undisturbed ground temperature.

The average ground temperature to which the GHE will be exposed has an important effect on its required size—the required size is often inversely proportional to the difference between the ground temperature and the maximum or minimum heat pump entering fluid temperature.

Satellite measurements of ground temperature taken between andtaken with the MODIS infrared spectroradiometer on the Aqua satellite, found a maximum temperature of °C ( °F), which was recorded in in the Lut Desert, Iran.

The Lut Desert was also found to have the highest maximum temperature in 5 of the 7 years. Ground-temperature States: N. p., Web. doi/ The standard measuring conditions for temperature are in the air, metres (4 ft 11 in) above the ground, and shielded from direct sunlight.

According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the highest registered air temperature on Earth was °C ( °F) in Furnace Creek Ranch, California, located in the Death Valley desert in the United States, on Thursday, 10 July The actual vertical temperature profile on the location (Fig.

) yielded an average ground temperature of °C over the complete interval: below 25 m the temperature was found to be °C. There was evidence of a slight geothermal gradient of about − K/m.

Measurements in Australia by Baggs et al.() showed the ground temperature at 5 m to be the mean atmospheric temperature +-2 to 3 C depending on location (indirectly accounting for a number of.

How we measure air temperature. A platinum resistance thermometer (PRT) is used for the measurement of air temperature at all synoptic stations and all supplementary stations that employ an automatic thermometer is exposed in a Stevenson screen (see image above) at a height of m above the ground and aspirated only by natural ventilation through the side louvers.

SSCFall – Chapter 8 Page Chapter 8 - Soil Temperature • Factors affecting soil temperature • Heat transfer processes • Thermal conductivity and diffusivity • Measurement of temperature • Diurnal and annual cycles • Heat capacity • Heat flow • Determining K T in field • Simultaneous transport of water and heatFile Size: 59KB.

temperature measurements. The USGS has adopted the Celsius (C) scale for measuring tempera-ture. This section describes methods for measuring temperature in air, surface water, and ground water.

The methods are appropriate for fresh to saline waters. TEMPERATURE Accurate water- and air-temper-ature data are essential to docu-Cited by: 1. I am wondering if it is possible at all to calculate the ground temperature and air temperature at 10m above ground from 2m measurements, or at least using data that a standard weather station provides.

I am aware it is an oversimplification, but I cannot seem to find any resources concerning the matter. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Chapter A6. Field Measurements Temperature, Version 2 (3/) T—3 TEMPERATURE Measurements of air and water temperature at a field site are essential for water-quality data collection.

Determination of dissolved-oxygen concentrations, conductivity, pH, rate and equilibria of chemical reac. The ground temperature measurements indicated that a frost bulb had developed in the non-permafrost ground.

The mean monthly average temperature measured by the thermal fences indicated that the ground m deep and 1 m away from the pipe center was reduced from –°C in December to –°C in December UNITS AND MEASUREMENT 19 t t t t the radius AS = BS so that AB = b = D θ where θ is in radians.

D = b θ () Having determined D, we can employ a similar method to determine the size or angular diameter of the planet. If d is the diameter of the planet and α the angular size of the planet (the angle subtended by d at the earth), we have α.

The emergence of urban heat as a climate-induced health stressor is receiving increasing attention among researchers, practitioners, and climate educators. However, the measurement of urban heat poses several challenges with current methods leveraging either ground based, in situ observations, or satellite-derived surface temperatures estimated from land use by: 6.

Abstract: The investigation of an issue of water from an embankment dam is an essential part of any safety assessment. Seepage or leakage may be an early indicator of slope instability or internal erosion and the knowledge of where the water is percolating through an embankment is fundamental to any stability analysis and the design of remedial works.

The base of permafrost occurs where the ground temperature rises above 0 °C at depth (Osterkamp and Burn, ). In some cases, temperature measurements over a period of two years are required to determine the presence or absence of permafrost.

Temperature measurements are also required to determine the status of the permafrost. $\begingroup$ Temperature of a falling raindrop has nothing to do with ground level air, nor surface temperature. There is no physical limit. There is no physical limit. You could have tropical air masses above an inversion and temperatures below 0°C underneath.

$\endgroup$ – Lukas Dec 29 '15 at   Water temperature plays an important role in almost all USGS water science. Water temperature exerts a major influence on biological activity and growth, has an effect on water chemistry, can influence water quantity measurements, and governs the kinds of organisms that live in water bodies.

Several reduced scale models of probes for ground-temperature measurements were tested in the laboratory to determine heat conduction errors. Actual field conditions were simulated by applying a sudden temperature change to the model ground surface, and temperatures at equivalent field depths of the models was nominally and times of 1 or 2 Cited by: 1.