Temperature Compensation

Some articles on temperature compensation, temperature:

Zobel Network - Practical Sections - Temperature Compensation
... high-pass filter can be used to compensate for changes in ground temperature ... Ground temperature is very slow varying in comparison to surface temperature ...
John Arnold - Arnold's First "Watch Machines"
... impulse with minimal interference from the wheel work, together with an effective temperature compensation ... The spiral balance spring also had a temperature compensation device similar to those in Arnold's watches, and based on Harrison's bimetallic strip of brass and steel ... movement, which indicates centre seconds, has a steel balance with a bimetallic temperature compensation strip that acts on the flat balance spring ...
Fuel Dispenser - Design - The Metrology of Gasoline
... It expands and contracts significantly as its temperature changes. 8.3 imp gal) and 10.03 US gal (38.0 L 8.4 imp gal) as to the actual amounts at the delivery temperature of the gasoline ... The reference temperature for gasoline volume measurement is 60°F or 15°C ...

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