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hygrograph

Definition of hygrograph

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noun

  1. Any of several forms of automated hygrometer that record humidity.

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Google previewCoal miners' pocketbook (1916)

formerly The coal and metal miners' pocketbook; principles, rules, formulas and tables by Thomas J. Foster

A hygrograph is an instrument by which the variations in relative humidity are automatically recorded. It consists of a hair psychrometer, the pointer of which carries on its end an inking arrangement so that it can trace a line on section paper ...

Google previewHandbook of meteorology (1921)

a manual for cooperative observers and students by Jacques Wardlaw Redway

The hygrograph is a hygrometer with recording mechanism like that of the thermograph. Drum, clock and record sheets are much the same in both, except that ...

Google previewPractical mine ventilation (1922)

by James R. Robinson

A hygrograph is an instrument by which the variations in atmospheric humidity are automatically recorded. In appearance, this instrument resembles a thermograph except that an animal hair is substituted for the spiral lamina. The hair ...

Google previewBulletin (1915)

A hygrograph is an instrument by which the variations in atmospheric humidity are automatically recorded. In appearance, this instrument resembles a thermograph except that an animal hair is substituted for the spiral lamina. The hair ...

Google previewSanitary and Heating Age (1915)

A hygrograph is an instrument by which the variations in atmospheric humidity are automatically recorded. In appearance, this instrument resembles a thermograph except that an animal hair is substituted for the spiral lamina. The hair ...

Google previewManual of Aerography for the United States Navy, 1918 (1918)

The hygrograph is a recording hygrometer which gives a continuous record from which can be deduced the relative humidity of the atmosphere and it records the actual weight of water vapor in the air per unit volume. A bundle of hair cured ...

Google previewThe Visual Encyclopedia of Our World - The Universe • Earth • Weather • The Oceans (2007)

by QA International Collectif

Hygrograph The hygrograph measures and records water vapor or humidity.

Google previewAppleton's Medical Dictionary (1915)

by Caroline Wormeley Latimer

hygrograph (hi'gro-graf).

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1914)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

hygrograph, n — Halr-hygrograph. an instrument, based on the principle of the hair-hygrometer, used for recording ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary of the English Language (1883)

A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie

Hygrograph (hi'gro-graf), n. [Gr. hygros, nmist, and grapho, to write.] An instrument which registers automatically the variations of the atmosphere as regards moistness. Hygrology (hi-grol'o-Ji), n. [Gr. hygrot, moist, and logo*, a discourse. ] ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Dictionary (1897)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

r; £, 2942 hygrograph (hi'gro-graf), n. [< Gr. vyp6c, wet, moist, + ypaipriv, write.] An instrument which registers automatically ...

Google previewNELSON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA (1907)

a combined barograph, thermograph, and hygrograph — recording on one cylinder, which revolves in about Richards's Meteorograph, with Cage. brings down a record of the meteorological conditions at ...

Google previewKnight's American mechanical dictionary (1884)

A description of tools, instruments, machines, processes, and engineering; history of inventions; general technological vocabulary; and digest of mechanical appliances in science and the arts by Edward Henry Knight

Hygrograph. Ichnograph. Sinograph. Lithograph. Magnetograph. Marigraph. Mechanograph. Metallograpn. Metrograpn. Micrograph. Noctograph. Odontograph. Omnigraph. Optigrapli. Orthograph. Paueiconograph. Pautelegrauh. Pantograph.

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Science ... (1895)

by Robley Dunglison

Hygrograph, hi'gro-graf (hygro, grapho. to write). Automatic instrument for determining the amount of moisture in the air. HygTOhsematocele, hig-ro-hc-mat- o-se'le (Eng.

Google previewThe Century dictionary and cyclopedia (1899)

by Benjamin Eli Smith

hygrograph (hi'gro-graf), n. [< Gr. 1706c, wet, moist, + ypdQeiv, write.] An instrument which registers automatically the variations in the moisture of the atmosphere, hygrologyt (hi-grol'o-ji), n. [< Gr. iypdc, wet, moist, + -Aoyia, < JJeytai , ...

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