The TDR probe records a mean frequency of 1422 Hz in calm air, and shows less than a 1 % deviation from that value when tested in turbulent air. Less variability was observed in the turbulent period.
When placed in calm water, the probe records a mean frequency of 558 Hz. Although more variation was observed in the turbulent period, there was less than a 3 % deviation from the mean of the calm water period.
These results demonstrate that the probe is not detrimentally influenced by turbulence.
- Air Content Measurements -
Lab Methods - Single
Phase Test Results - Air-Water Mixture
Calibrations - Turbulent Air-Water
Mixture Time Series
Field Methods - Field Site - Field Results
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