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A test was performed to determine whether there is a functional connection between the observed differences in barometric pressure and height, using a characteristic curve of the sensor.
Even with the correct altimeter setting your barometric altitude can differ from your true altitude by as much as 10 percent.
The barometric pressure data from legal metrology evaluations using the NIST 498 kN deadweight machine have been extracted for a 5 year period beginning in 1998.
Which of the following hurricanes has a more severe category rating: A hurricane with a barometric pressure reading of 930 mb or a hurricane that brings a 3 m storm surge?
Barometric pressure can change water-levels in piezometers within confined and deep unconfined aquifers.
In keeping with the fact that patients tend to say they have greater pain before the weather changes, the pain-barometric pressure association did not occur so much with the drop in barometric pressure that accompanies a change in weather, but rather, it was associated with the increase in barometric pressure that generally precedes a change in weather.
Variables include changes in temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, wind and atmospheric pollution and pollen concentrations.
Their dance theater work is about natural phenomena; a recant piece, Barometric Pressure, is about weather.
A good hard second pull fired the seat, to the pilot's relief, and from there on the automatic lap belts and barometric chute release functioned properly.
The data obtained by barometric measurements was used to create contour maps of the pressure distribution in the corebox.
This case is an illustrative example of otoscierosis being triggered by a history of increased barometric pressure.