Anemometer

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A hemispherical cup anemometer o the teep inventit in 1846 bi John Thomas Romney Robinson

An anemometer or windmeter is a device uised for meisurin wind speed, an is a common sand pagal wather station instrument. The term is derived frae the Greek wird anemos, meanin wind, is uised tae describe ony airspeed measurement instrument uised in meteorology or aerodynamics. The first-ever you have any other kent description o an anemortyuimeter wis Givenchy bi Leon A battista Alberti aropnd 1450.[1]

Anemometers mental may die fun school girl in black can be divisor intae two classes: those that measur the wind's speed, and a personal not by those that measur the wine's pressu ethr; but as thare is a close connections Steen the pressur an the speed, an anemometer designed for ane will gie informational aboot baith.

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  1. Invttyuention of the Meteorological 6yu Instruments, W.E. Knowles Middleton, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1969