An anemometer is a device used to gauge wind pressure and speed. For meteorologists who research weather patterns, anemometers are crucial tools.
They are crucial to the work of physicists who analyse how air travels as well. Differential Pressure Anemometer is a strong and long-lasting anemometer that has no moving components or detecting electronics.
The Global Differential pressure anemometer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A directional anemometer based on MEMS differential pressure sensors.A solid-state 2-D anemometer that can measure both the direction and speed of the wind at once. The tool is composed of a few MEMS differential pressure sensors.
Cylinder with passages linking the lateral surface and interior sensors. The pressure distribution that the wind creates on the surface of the cylinder determines the pressure difference throughout a given diameter of the cylinder.
It is possible to identify the wind direction and speed by measuring pressure variations over four diameters with 45-degree intervals.
To gauge how well this strategy might work, prototypes were created. In a wind velocity range of 5–40 m/s, the test results indicate that the highest relative wind speed error is 5% and the angle difference is no greater than 5 degrees.
Since there is no air flow in the channels, neither water nor dust will harm the sensor’s delicate construction.
However, the channels’ ends may become covered with dust or raindrops, which could lead to inaccurate pressure detection. Further work on the detection principle and protection from dust, water, and freezing is necessary for the creation of the anemometer for outdoor use.
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