Shipboard Measurements of Air-Sea Temperature in the Evaporation Duct
Final rept. Oct 1985-Sep 1988
NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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New, improved methods were evaluated for measuring air and sea temperature for the calculation of surface-based evaporation ducts at the boundary between the atmosphere and the ocean surface. Instrumentation to achieve these improvements was designed, fabricated, and tested. Final testing involved at-sea measurements with the two most promising instruments. One of these devices is recommended for operational Navy use while the other is well suited for research. Air temperature, Sea temperature, Evaporation ducts, Electromagnetic propagation models, Ships, Marine engineering.
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