Error of weight and volume measuring hydraulic racks due to periodic pulsations of the liquid flow
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It has been shown that a random measuring error arises in weight and volume measuring flowmeter installations for periodic vibrations of the flow. The distribution laws of random errors for periodic sinusoidal and rectangular flow vibrations have been found.
A formula for the maximum error of random sinusoidal flow vibrations has been derived. Distribution laws of random errors for rectangular flow vibrations have been found and can be used for determining graphically the corresponding maximum errors.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Measuring Error Volume Measuring Random Error
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