anemometry

[an-uh-mom-i-tree]
noun Meteorology.
the science of measuring the speed of wind.

Origin:
1840–50; anemo- + -metry

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anemometry (ˌænɪˈmɒmɪtrɪ)
 
n
meteorol the technique of measuring wind speed and direction

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Example sentences
We recommend that as part of the development effort, an anemometry study be commissioned.
These structures are extremely difficult to identify with sophisticated anemometry such as ultra-sonic anemometers.
The three-inch windows allow for laser anemometry measurements and visual confirmation of hydrogen igniter operation.
The anemometry cards are packaged with ground plane protection.
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