Evaluation of the performance of the floating rotor design flowmeter manufactured by the Pottermeter Company: flowmeter model 2-353A
|Karaki, Susumu, author
|Videon, Fred, author
|Colorado State University Research Foundation, publisher
|Conducted for the Martin Company, Denver Division, Denver, Colorado through Colorado State University Research Foundation, Civil Engineering Section, Fort Collins, Colorado.
|This report presents an evaluation of the performance of a Pottermeter Model 2-353A. The original meter tested was found to give erratic results due largely to the formation of a vapor pocket at the stationary cone. The meter was redesigned by the Pottermeter Company and the results of tests of the revised meter showed improvement in performance characteristics. Tests for head loss and pressure distribution through the meter were also made and are reported herein.
|Under Martin Contract no. F8-51390.
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|TA7.C6 CER 59-45
|Civil Engineering Reports
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|Flow meters -- Testing
|Flow meters -- Evaluation
|Rotors -- Design and construction
|Evaluation of the performance of the floating rotor design flowmeter manufactured by the Pottermeter Company: flowmeter model 2-353A
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