thickness chart

thickness chart

[′thik·nəs ‚chärt]
(meteorology)
A type of synoptic chart showing the thickness of a certain physically defined layer in the atmosphere; it almost always refers to an isobaric thickness chart, that is, a chart of vertical distance between two constant-pressure surfaces.
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Through full-scale PICP testing, University of California, Davis researchers have validated a 2011 Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute subbase thickness chart and justified refinements by considering the number of days per year a subbase sees standing water.