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A Temperature Analysis Study of Korea and its Neighbor Regions for Temperature Specification
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 Title & Authors
A Temperature Analysis Study of Korea and its Neighbor Regions for Temperature Specification
Kim, In-Soo; Kang, Chee-Woo;
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 Abstract
This paper describes the results of a temperature analysis of Korea and its neighbor regions for temperature specification of weapon systems to be deployed in Korea, and introduces the concept of a standard deviation frequency of occurrence which represents a frequency of yearly occurrence. On the basis of this analysis, reasonable operational temperatures for the Korea weapon systems are recommended, and the regional frequency of yearly occurrence of temperatures worse than recommended operational temperatures in each country regions are presented.
 Keywords
Operational Temperature;Environmental Temperature;Frequency of Occurrence;
 Language
Korean
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