Measurement Techniques

, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp 164–166 | Cite as

Experimental determination of the time constant in propeller tachometric flowmeter transducers

  • L. L. Boshnyak
  • L. N. Byzov
  • B. A. Kaznacheev
Liquid and Gas Flow Measurements


The above method of simulating a sudden change in the rate of flow by clamping the rotating part of a flowmeter transducer for the purpose of determining its time constant is very simple and easy to produce, and can be recommended for application in any laboratory or workshop. This method can be applied to flowmeters and other similar instruments.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Time Constant Experimental Determination Sudden Change 
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Literature cited

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    P. P. Kremlevskii. Flowmeters [in Russian], Mashgiz. Moscow, Leningrad, 1955.Google Scholar
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    G. P. Katys. Components for Automatic Control Systems of Nonstationary Flows [in Russian]. Acad. Sci. USSR Press, 1959.Google Scholar
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    L. L. Boshnyak, L. N. Byzov, B. A. Kaznacheev. Application for Authors Certificate No. 661163/26.Google Scholar

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© Instrument Society of America 1962

Authors and Affiliations

  • L. L. Boshnyak
  • L. N. Byzov
  • B. A. Kaznacheev

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