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Bathythermograph Data Acquisition System Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual P/N , Rev. A. ii Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual P/N , Rev. A The information, descriptions and illustrations in this manual are the property of Sippican. Use of submarine bathythermograph observations: containing a summary of rules and also general instructions for use of submarine bathythermograph observations [Unknown,.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Use of submarine bathythermograph observations: containing a summary of rules and also general instructions for use of submarine bathythermograph Author. Unknown. Instructions for the installation, care and use of the submarine bathythermograph types CTB and CTB Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Ships, Navy Dept., [?] (OCoLC) Submarine Bathythermograph Type CTB and CTB , , is the manual for the WW II bathythermograph, a device that records the temperature of the water as the submarine moves through the water. This simple device was a very important innovation during the war and helped submarines evade surface ship sonar.
Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Bathythermograph observations. Washington, D.C.: Published by the U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy, The CNMOC /2 Bathythermograph Log contains a foldout cover sheet with complete instructions for completing the log and encoding the observation in the proper International Code, which is WMO Code FM X BATHY. The Bathythermo- Figure —Types of temperature gradients. The mechanical bathythermograph (MBT) uses a liquid-in-metal thermometer to register temperature and a Bourdon tube sensor to measure pressure. The temperature-sensing element is a fine copper tube nearly 17 m long filled with toluene (Figure ). Temperature readings are recorded by a mechanical stylus, which scratches a thin line on a coated. Submarine Information and Instruction Manual, was used for training on board S-class (built ) submarines. Submarine Bathythermograph Type CTB and CTB , , is the manual for the WW II bathythermograph, a device that records the temperature of the water as the submarine moves through the water.
Bathythermograph Sets All of the conditions discussed above are representative of possible sources of errors which will reflect in the reproducibility and accuracy of the instrument in its 13 ability to measure temperature change with change in depth. References are made as to the accuracy of the temperature data. "Instruction Book for. The bathythermograph, or BT, also known as the Mechanical Bathythermograph, or MBT; is a small torpedo-shaped device that holds a temperature sensor and a transducer to detect changes in water temperature versus depth down to a depth of approximately meters ( feet). Lowered by a small winch on the ship into the water, the BT records pressure and temperature changes on a coated glass. Bathythermograph observations by United States. Hydrographic Office at - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free Bathythermograph observations by United States. Hydrographic Office. XBTs were first developed during the s with the aim of providing a cheap and effective means of surveying the temperature of the upper ocean, with the ability to be deployed underway from ships at speeds exceeding 15 kt (1 kt = m s −1; Abraham et al. ).An XBT consists of a small torpedo-shaped probe that includes a thermistor attached to a spool of copper wire .