Flow Measurement Using RTDs

Authors

  • B. P. Nagaraju Border Security Force Institute of Technology, BSF STC, Bangalore-63.
  • K. J. Rathanraj Professor, Dept of Industrial Engineering & Management, B.M.S.College Engineering, Bangalore-19, Karnataka, India.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51983/ajsat-2014.3.2.793

Keywords:

Flow Or No Flow Conditions, Temperature differential, sensor, signal conditioning and display

Abstract

In many processing industries, it is essential to measure either the flow rate or just to know whether the flow or no flow conditions exists. The change in resistance measures the prevailing temperature differential in the flow pipe.  The temperature difference could be related to flow rate or flow or no-flow conditions. This may be achieved by the selection of right sensor, signal conditioning circuit and display.

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Published

05-11-2014

How to Cite

Nagaraju , B. P., & Rathanraj, K. J. (2014). Flow Measurement Using RTDs. Asian Journal of Science and Applied Technology, 3(2), 8–11. https://doi.org/10.51983/ajsat-2014.3.2.793