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Response Characteristics of a New Bidirectional Vane

S. SethuRamanDepartment of Energy and Environment, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, N.Y. 11973

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W. A. TuthillDepartment of Energy and Environment, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, N.Y. 11973

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The design and construction of a bivane to measure horizontal and elevation angle fluctuations in the atmosphere are presented. Wind tunnel tests indicated a reasonably high-frequency response. Field comparisons with a commercially available instrument gave good results. A unique feature in the design of this bivane is its ruggedness in combination with good frequency response.

The design and construction of a bivane to measure horizontal and elevation angle fluctuations in the atmosphere are presented. Wind tunnel tests indicated a reasonably high-frequency response. Field comparisons with a commercially available instrument gave good results. A unique feature in the design of this bivane is its ruggedness in combination with good frequency response.

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