Round Hill Turbulence Measurements

This set of resources includes five volumes of turbulence measurements from United States Army in the 1960s: Vol. I: Experimental techniques, data-processing procedures, and data tabulations for runs 87A through 95A. Vol II: Data tabulations for runs 96A through 104. Vol III: Data tabulations for runs 32 through 66D. Vol IV: Data tabulations for runs 66E through 76B. Vol V: Data tabulations for runs 78A through 85C.

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Author Cramer, H. E.
Record, F. A.
Tillman, J. E.
Publisher United States Army Electronics Command, Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory, Research Division
Publication Date 1966-01-01
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Alternate Identifier Technical Report ECOM-65-G10
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Topic Category geoscientificInformation
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Metadata Date 2020-01-21T13:35:02-07:00
Metadata Record Identifier 20150312190346.0[008(p07-p10)0-00050-16]
Metadata Language eng
Suggested Citation Cramer, H. E., Record, F. A., Tillman, J. E.. (1966). Round Hill Turbulence Measurements. United States Army Electronics Command, Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory, Research Division. Accessed 21 September 2023.

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