laser anemometer

laser anemometer

[′lā·zər an·ə′mäm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An anemometer in which the wind being measured passes through two perpendicular laser beams, and the resulting change in velocity of one or both beams is measured.
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The used measuring devices were a hot wire and a laser anemometer. Figure 3 shows the mean velocity profiles for the considered section, using the hot wire anemometer (Termo 1, Termo 2 and Termo 3) and the laser anemometer (Laser 1 and Laser 2).
Larsen, "Cups, vanes, propellers, and laser anemometers," in Air-Sea Interaction: Instruments and Methods, F.
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