Flow Measurement: Practical Guides for Measurement and Control

Front Cover
David W. Spitzer
Instrument Society of America, Jan 1, 1991 - Science - 646 pages
1 Review
Practical information understandable by technical or engineering students yet stressing experiences and examples important to those with real-life industrial concerns such as correct application, safety, installation, and maintenance. Twenty-six chapters cover such topics as field calibration; var

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Re: 2nd edition
The LFE chapter, wrtten by David Todd, North Island Naval Air Station, provided information that led to a 0.5% of reading reduction in the measurement uncetainty of our Meriam LFE
-based combustion air flow measurement systems.
The CFV chapter, written by Walt Seidl, Colorado Engineering, helped us to tweak the performance of our 10 CFV binary array to an estimated uncertainty of +/-0.32% of reading over a flow range of 2.5 to 12,000 lbm/hr..
The turbine flow meter chapter, written by the late Paul Olivier, Flow Dynamics, helped us improve the calibration and operation of gas-type meters. Through the use of Strouhal and Roshco numbers we are able to make the calibration independent of the calibration conditions.
The Laboratory Primary standards chapter, written by Dr.John Wright, N.I.S.T., is a wealth of information we are using to refine the divertor in a small, liquid gravimetric flow standard.
Well worth the money!
Rich Dickson
Sr. Measurement Engineer
Caterpillar Inc. Technical Center
 

Contents

Why Measure Flow?
3
Renaissance to Modern Times
9
References
25
Copyright

60 other sections not shown

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1991)

Chestnut Ridge, NY; Principal, Spitzer and Boyes, LLC, and Life Fellow of the International Society of Automation (ISA)

Bibliographic information