Absolute Gravity


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Absolute Gravity

The value that denotes the density or specific gravity of a fluid at standard conditions; for gases, these conditions are standard atmospheric pressure (760 mmHg) at 0º C.
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1977), even though the resulting absolute gravity value itself was not published.
It was based on the determinations of absolute gravity values with a JILAg-5 gravimeter in 1995 as well as relative gravity connections with LCR (LaCoste&Romberg) G-type spring gravimeters.
The absolute gravity points form the I order network, which has been observed in three campaigns so far.
The 1995 absolute gravity observations served as a basis for the nationwide gravity network adjustment in 2004.
According to Sildvee (1998), the difference between the PGS 1955 and the realization of the modern absolute gravity system in Estonia was about -15.
Further, the contemporary Estonian gravity system is currently based on a nationwide set of absolute gravity measurements.
Niebauer, New absolute gravity instruments for physics and geophysics, Thesis in Physics.
NASA plans to take Migro-g's absolute gravity gradiometer to Mars.
The absolute gravity gradiometer was initially designed for oil production and exploration applications.
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