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Title: Velocity measurement in solid-liquid flows using an impact probe
Authors: Mishra, Rakesh
Singh, S N
Seshadri, V
Keywords: impact probe
velocity measurement
solid-liquid flows
slurry pipelines
Issue Date: 1997
Citation: Flow Measurement Instrument, 8(3/4), 157-165
Abstract: The use of a modified impact tipe of probe for velocity field measurent in the flow of multysized(dso=71pm)parteculate slurries is discribed.The impact probe has a sensor similar to a two hole offset probe but has a modified pressure sensing system which prevents blockage of the probe by the solid particles.The probe system has been sucessfully used in slurry flows over a wide range of solid concentrations(0-40% by weight) and flow velocities(1.67-2.95 m/s)The data presented in this paper have revealed some special features of velocity distribution in the flow of multy-sized particulate suspensions.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/620
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