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Naval Barometer..?

Article about: Guy, Thanks very much for that info, I appreciate you taking the time to translate, I really like this piece and now know a lot more about its origins, Thanks again. Phil

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    Guy, Thanks very much for that info, I appreciate you taking the time to translate, I really like this piece and now know a lot more about its origins, Thanks again.

    Phil

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    Quote by ghp95134 View Post
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    The first kanji for empty/air can also be used for "atmospheric" in some cases [中電気 atmospheric electricity; 気酸化 atmospheric oxidation] ... so instead of "aerial", perhaps it is "atmospheric utensil/container barometer"

    --Guy
    Hi Guy-san,

    Just going to add some info here.

    空盒 (Ku Gou) - Bellow, or Aneroid (non-liguid). Aneroid barometer for example.

    This example were used on ships.

    Cheers!
    Taka

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    Quote by SHINDENKAI View Post


    空盒 (Ku Gou) - Bellow, or Aneroid (non-liguid). Aneroid barometer for example.

    This example were used on ships.
    Taka-san,

    You are a deep well of information! Many thanks for filling out the blanks.

    --Guy

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    My Thanks to both Guy and Taka for taking the time to look at this and providing the translation.....much appreciated......

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