Orifice Plates and Venturi Tubes (Experimental Fluid by Michael Reader-Harris

By Michael Reader-Harris

This ebook provides the history to differential-pressure move dimension and is going throughout the specifications explaining the cause of them. should you are looking to use an orifice plate or a Venturi tube the normal ISO 5167 and its linked Technical studies supply the directions required. even though, they hardly inform the clients why they need to keep on with definite directions. This publication is helping clients of the ISO criteria for orifice plates and Venturi tubes to appreciate the explanations why the factors are as they're, to use them successfully, and to appreciate the results of deviations from the factors.

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In National Engineering Laboratory: Fluid Flow Measurement in the mid-1970s 1: paper A-3 Vasy GS, Kastner LJ, McVeigh JC (1968–1969) Profiles for low Reynolds number flows. Proc I Mech E 183(1):591–602 Venturi GB (1797) Recherches expérimentales sur le principe de la communication latérale du mouvement dans les fluides, appliqué à l’explication de différents phénomènes hydrauliques, Paris Wilson MP, Teyssandier RG (1975) The paradox of the vena contracta. Trans ASME J Fluids Eng 97(3):366–371 Witte R (1931) Die Strömung durch Düsen und Blenden.

Witte (1931) also undertook work on expansibility. The work of Howard Bean and Edgar Buckingham set a pattern for subsequent workers in this area. Murdock and Foltz (1953) tested the Buckingham Equation and found that it fitted their steam data very well. The Buckingham orifice-plate discharge-coefficient Equation (see Chap. 5) was based on the data collected by Sam Beitler in the early 1930s at the Ohio State University Engineering Experimental Station (Beitler 1935). These data are of high quality, but were all collected in water; so any equations based on them require significant extrapolation in Reynolds number when used in high-pressure gas.

Instrument Society of America, Pittsburgh, pp 517–522 (conference was in May 1971) Stolz J (1978) A universal equation for the calculation of discharge coefficients of orifice plates. In: Dijstelbergen HH, Spencer EA (eds) Flow measurement of fluids. North Holland Publishing Company, Netherlands, pp 519–534 Studzinski W, Karnik U, LaNasa P, Morrow T, Goodson D, Husain Z, Gallagher J (2001) White paper on orifice meter installation configurations with and without flow conditioners. 3 Part 2. GRI report GRI 99/0262, Gas Research Institute, Chicago Studzinski W, Weiss M, Attia J (2000) Effect of reducers, expanders and a gate valve on orifice meter performance.

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