Measurement of the Flow and Temperature of a Compressed Medium

  • Daniil S. Tsiklis


When designing rheometers, it is first necessary to choose a means of measuring the level of a liquid under pressure in the column of the rheometer. This can be done by one of the methods previously described. Secondly, the capillaries must be properly selected.


Thermal Noise Mercury Level Electrical Lead Pump Piston Compressed Medium 
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