V.A. Gaysky, P.V. Gaysky
Institute of Natural and Technical Systems, Russian Federation, Sevastopol, Lenin St., 28
The conditions of temperature measuring in sea with contact inertial sensors are considered, the possibility of using algorithmically-software dynamic correction when using of dynamic models of concentrated sensors, transition to which from distributed sensors is caused by the known restrictions on values of criteria of Fourier and Bio are analyzed. It’s shown that for real sensors and sea conditions the equivalent parameter of thermal inertia can be reduced by approximately two orders of magnitude.
Keywords: contact temperature sensors, thermal inertia parameter.
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