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anemometry

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anemo- +‎ -metry

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anemometry (uncountable)

  1. Measurement of the direction and velocity of the wind.
    • 2009 January[1], Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 1: 
      For instance, a physical magnitude such as the shear stress on the endothelialmembrane,which is verydifficult to test invitro, canbe easily calculated on real geometries obtained with tri-dimensional algorithms, thanks to the support of modern and noninvasive data acquisition technology (such as nuclear magnetic resonance, digital angiography, axial tomography, and Doppler anemometry).

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