Measurement of the fluid flow velocity by an acoustic frequency—phase method
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New frequency-phase acoustic methods are described as well as the principles for apparatus realization of the recording the flow parameters of a fluid (sea) medium possessing elevated sensitivity and low inertia.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Flow Velocity Fluid Flow Flow Parameter Phase Method
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