Temperature field inhomogeneity on the surface of an electrolytic hygrometer
Determination of the temperature field on a hygrometer surface is reduced to measurement of electrical quantities by solution of the thermal conductivity problem for the hygrometer body. Differences in results from direct experimental data on surface temperature obtained by other authors using hygrometer models are analyzed.
KeywordsExperimental Data Thermal Conductivity Statistical Physic Surface Temperature Temperature Field
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