Solid state amplitude modulated acoustic anemometer
Koke, Herbert Ervin
Ewing, Gerald D.
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In recent years considerable research has been directed toward developing wind measuring devices that eliminate the need for moving parts. This thesis proposes a method using amplitude modulated ultrasound to provide greater dynamic wind velocity measurement range and at the same time decrease the cost and complexity of the system. The theory, design, and implementation of the system are presented and the limited results are discussed.
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