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18) increases the lag considerably if the

purpose. Any body with two pressure tappings can in principle be used to

measure total and static pressure by solving the equations 3D Fig. 19. Disc static

18) increases the lag considerably if the

**probe**is made small enough for thepurpose. Any body with two pressure tappings can in principle be used to

measure total and static pressure by solving the equations 3D Fig. 19. Disc static

**probe**...Page 84

is particularly difficult if the

or if both yaw angle and incidence are to be measured. Fixed-direction

yawmeters (Fig. 20), which indicate flow angle in terms of a pressure difference,

usually ...

is particularly difficult if the

**probe**is also to be traversed linearly across the flow,or if both yaw angle and incidence are to be measured. Fixed-direction

yawmeters (Fig. 20), which indicate flow angle in terms of a pressure difference,

usually ...

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Other position measurements, such as measurement of model attitude or

position, are made by conventional methods, not peculiar to fluid mechanics. An

ever-recurring problem with no universal solution is the support and positioning

of ...

Other position measurements, such as measurement of model attitude or

**probe**position, are made by conventional methods, not peculiar to fluid mechanics. An

ever-recurring problem with no universal solution is the support and positioning

of ...

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