An investigation into the effect of an industrial heat and moisture source on local atmospheric conditions.
Kraft, James Clinton
Taylor, Charles L.
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Using a steam electric generating plant as the source, an investigation was made into the local atmospheric effect of a large industrial heat and moisture source. Data collection was attempted with ground- and helicopter-borne equipment with a final resort to the helicopter when the ground equipment collection techniques proved unsatisfactory. Cross sections of temperature and moisture were drawn from this data and yielded sane very interesting profiles.
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