using no fluid.
The mean of our observations with the aneroid barometer gives 575 feet for the elevation of this part of the river above the sea.
Journals of Australian Explorations A C and F T Gregory
Below this were a pipe-rack, an aneroid, and a clock with a hearty tick.
The Riddle of the Sands Erskine Childers
He took the aneroid heights of all important points, which I regard as reliable within ten or twenty feet.
Palestine Claude Reignier Conder
A self-recording barometer (usually an aneroid) is called a barograph.
Meteorology Charles Fitzhugh Talman
Crossing the Snake, he broke his only mercurial barometer and was forced thereafter to rely on his aneroid.
The Last American Frontier Frederic L. (Frederic Logan) Paxson
The aneroid marked the height we had attained as 16,550 feet.
Adventures on the Roof of the World Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond
Our most serious want was an aneroid, in case the fragile mercurials should get broken.
Inca Land Hiram Bingham
The atmospheric pressure by the aneroid barometer was at 29.83.
My Attainment of the Pole Frederick A. Cook
The aneroid can be used for altitudes reaching to 5000 feet.
Cooley’s Cyclopdia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the Arts, Manufactures, Professions, and Trades…, Sixth Edition, Volume I Arnold Cooley
The balloon swiftly rose, and the aneroid marked 2,500 feet.
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- Aneroid barograph
an aneroid barometer equipped with an automatic recording mechanism. Historical Examples Because of its superior accuracy to the aneroid barograph, Marvin’s barometer was in use through the 1940’s. The Introduction of Self-Registering Meteorological Instruments Robert P. Multhauf
- Aneroid barometer
a device for measuring atmospheric pressure, often specially calibrated for use as an altimeter, consisting of a box or chamber partially exhausted of air, having an elastic top and a pointer to indicate the degree of compression of the top caused by the external air. Historical Examples This is the mercurial barometer; another, the aneroid […]
- Aneroid capsule
a box or chamber of thin metal, partially exhausted of air, used in the aneroid barometer and pressure altimeter.
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