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Good to know

I also built it into my spreadsheet tracker, if you want to see the calculations

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I also built it into my spreadsheet tracker, if you want to see the calculations

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=69958

Nice work, hpby98.

The talent assembled here blows me away.

The talent assembled here blows me away.

fizzix wrote:Nice work, hpby98.

The talent assembled here blows me away.

Thanks. I like to play somedays and knowing how washes usually progress helps me estimate better.

I also suggest a set of alcohol meters calibrated to 20c, as that’s what correction tables have been released for, although I did another spreadsheet I should finish for that.

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Mine is calibrated at 60F, adding/subtracting 0.002 for every 12.4 degrees delta.

So, I do this:

Actual temp - 60 = Delta

Delta divided by 12.4 = correction factor

Correction factor times 0.002 = amount to add to initial reading

Example:

SG 1.004 @ 88.4F

88.4-60=28.4

28.4 divided by 12.4= 2.290

2.290*0.002= 0.00458

1.004+0.00458= 1.00858

Your temperature corrected SG is 1.009

Or you can just stick yer finger in it and taste it.

8B

So, I do this:

Actual temp - 60 = Delta

Delta divided by 12.4 = correction factor

Correction factor times 0.002 = amount to add to initial reading

Example:

SG 1.004 @ 88.4F

88.4-60=28.4

28.4 divided by 12.4= 2.290

2.290*0.002= 0.00458

1.004+0.00458= 1.00858

Your temperature corrected SG is 1.009

Or you can just stick yer finger in it and taste it.

8B