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Steve Cohn and I just shot boom angles for config#2.  A few notes:

- We were standing upwind of the sonics near the berm from about 12:00-13:30 doing this, during a period when the winds were good. A critical investigator may want to remove these data. 

- Where there are 2 values, Cohn's are listed second (no reflection on him or his measurements)

- 3u and 8u are not misprints--they really did look quite different

- 5t was behind 5u's PAM mast, but I think I got a good reading by centering the visible outside of the "claws".

 

b

t

u

1

134.7 134.7

 

 

2

136.3 136.1

 

 

3

135.3 136.1

137.3

140.3

4

136.2 136.4

136.3

136.2

5

134.8 134.7

[133.6]

136.1

6

133.9 134.1

133.3

134.1

7

135.3 135.8

135.2

134.5

8

136.4 136.8

137.5

130.4

9

134.7 135.1

136.3

132.2

10

135.4 135.2

134.9

133.1

11

137.4 136.8

136.1

134.9

12

136.5 135.8

 

 

13

136.5 136.1

 

 

P.S. Today (the following morning) I've entered all of the Oncley angles -131.7 degrees into each of the cal_files in boom_normal.  We'll see if the wind azimuths start falling into place.

A new set of angles shot by Semmer on 7/28.

 

b

cal

 

t

cal

 

u

cal

 

Profile


cal

1

131.7

0.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.5m

131.6

-0.1

2

131.1

-0.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.2m

132.5

0.8

3

131.8

0.1

 

132.4

0.7

 

137.4

5.7

 

4.2m

129.8

-1.9

4

131.5

-0.2

 

131.5

-0.2

 

132.4

0.7

 

5.5m

133.7

2.0

5

131.7

0.0

 

130.4

-1.3

 

133.0

1.3

 

7.0m

132.2

0.5

6

129.9

-1.8

 

130.2

-1.5

 

131.1

-0.6

 

8.0m

133.7

2.0

7

131.5

-0.2

 

131.5

-0.2

 

130.6

-1.1

 

 

 

 

8

132.1

0.4

 

133.9

2.2

 

127.7

-4.0

 

 

 

 

9

132.0

0.3

 

133.6

1.9

 

129.0

-2.7

 

 

 

 

10

132.1

0.4

 

132.2

0.5

 

130.2

-1.5

 

 

 

 

11

133.3

1.6

 

133.2

1.5

 

131.8

0.1

 

 

 

 

12

132.3

0.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

132.5

0.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 cal: entry in calibration file = measured magnetic azimuth - 131.7