The refraction error is manifested directly in the height error of individual benchmarks; --The effect of humidity is minimal and can be, in most cases, neglected; --On its way from the levelling instrument to the level rod, the horizontal line of sight is deflected upwards, which is the result of the negative temperature gradient in near-ground air layers.
What does TG stand for?
TG stands for Temperature Gradient
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- Tail Gunner
- Tangent Galvanometer (physics)
- Tanner Graph
- Target Group
- Task Graph
- Task Group
- Taux de Gravité (French: Severity Rate)
- Technical Group
- Technical Guide
Samples in periodicals archive:
Just like a mirage, this steep temperature gradient causes the light rays to bend away from the object concealed behind the device, making it appear invisible.
Temperature gradient difference is created from the difference between the solid and fluid thermal diffusivities.
Bonded particle filters have the advantages of higher strength at molten aluminum temperatures, chemical stability for long-term, sustained usage, high thermal conductivity for minimal temperature gradients and enhanced filtration efficiency by means of a low-porosity, complex internal structure.
This work involves the investigation and quantification of the mechanical weakening effect of thermal stresses generated by the transient temperature gradients.
The problems of temperature gradient impact on calculation of conduction heat losses are discussed.
By carefully controlling subfreezing temperatures at the chamber's bottom and top, the researchers produced a temperature gradient that generated an ice structure sometimes observed in frozen seawater.
Remember, it is the profile of temperature gradients and barometric differentials that provide the throttle behind this engine's drive to maintain its equilibrium.