Measurement Techniques

, Volume 10, Issue 7, pp 811–814 | Cite as

Scientific tasks in the field of standardizing the method and instruments for measuring flows

  • P. P. Kremlevskii
Measurements of Quantity and Flow of Liquids and Gases


It is obvious that for the solution of the above problems in the field of standardization the combined effort of many people and organizations are required. However, the sooner these problems are solved the greater will be the economic benefit and the sooner will our country acquire a leading place in measuring the flow and quantity of liquids, gases, and vapors.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Economic Benefit Combine Effort Scientific Task 
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