Constant Pressure Chart

Science / Weather / Constant Pressure Chart: A chart of a constant pressure surface in which atmospheric pressure is uniform everywhere at any given moment. Elements may include analyses of height above sea level, wind, temperature, and humidity.

Other Words for Chart

Chart Verb Synonyms: plot, plan, map (out), design
Chart Noun Synonyms: sea-chart, map
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Other Words for Constant

Constant Noun Synonyms: resolute, immovable, steadfast, firm, dependable, unshakeable or unshakable, determined, unswerving, undeviating, persevering, unwearying, unwearied, untiring, indefatigable, tireless, unflagging, unwavering, unfailing, unfaltering, persistent, loyal
Constant Adjective Synonyms: incessant, unceasing, ceaseless, perpetual, persistent, uninterrupted, steady, regular, invariable, unremitting, unvarying, relentless, unrelenting, continuous, continual, unending, endless, never-ending, non-stop, perennial, eternal, everlasting
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Other Words for Pressure

Pressure Noun Synonyms: force, compression, weight, power, strength
Pressure Adjective Synonyms: compression, pressing, squeezing, compressing, tension, stress, crushing
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Pressure Gauge

Science / Tides and Currents / Pressure Gauge: A water level gauge that is operated by the change in pressure at the bottom of a body of water due to the rise and fall of the water level. See gas purged pressure gauge. MORE

Pressure Gradient

Science / Weather / Pressure Gradient: The amount of pressure change that occurs over a fixed distance at a fixed altitude. MORE

Pressure Characteristic

Science / Weather / Pressure Characteristic: The pattern of the pressure change during the specified period of time, usually the three hour period preceding an observation. This is recorded in three categories: falling, rising, or steady. MORE

Pressure Change

Science / Weather / Pressure Change: The net difference between the barometric pressure at the beginning and ending of a specified interval of time, usually the three hour period preceding an observation. MORE

Pressure Altitude

Science / Weather / Pressure Altitude: The altitude in standard atmosphere at which a given pressure will be observed. It is the indicated altitude of a pressure altimeter at an altitude setting of 29.92 inches of mercury, and is therefore MORE

Pressure Jump

Science / Weather / Pressure Jump: A sudden increase in the observed atmospheric pressure or station pressure. MORE

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