QUANTUM MARINE (MOISTURE METER)

... (UK), it is reasonable to say in the report that readings can be expected to fall were the vessel to remain ashore for a few weeks, (but obviously not when physically detectable signs are also present). Washing down the hull with fresh water will help remove any salts that may be hygroscopic and abs ...

... (UK), it is reasonable to say in the report that readings can be expected to fall were the vessel to remain ashore for a few weeks, (but obviously not when physically detectable signs are also present). Washing down the hull with fresh water will help remove any salts that may be hygroscopic and abs ...

E-Modul

... In case of reservoir flow, the ”normal” reservoir flow velocity is ca. 1 foot/day or 3,5m / s , which indicate that turbulent liquid flow under reservoir conditions is not very likely to occur. For gas, turbulent flow may occur if the potentials are steep enough. If the formula for Reynolds number ...

... In case of reservoir flow, the ”normal” reservoir flow velocity is ca. 1 foot/day or 3,5m / s , which indicate that turbulent liquid flow under reservoir conditions is not very likely to occur. For gas, turbulent flow may occur if the potentials are steep enough. If the formula for Reynolds number ...

Guidance to Estimation of Required Bandwidth with the INET

... The earlier mentioned recommended Multicast bandwidth demand to subscribe to is expressed in Mbps (Megabits per second). This does not necessarily mean that the telco commits to this load as expressed in Mbps. It may be so that the Mbps value is said to be committed if the load is more or less well ...

... The earlier mentioned recommended Multicast bandwidth demand to subscribe to is expressed in Mbps (Megabits per second). This does not necessarily mean that the telco commits to this load as expressed in Mbps. It may be so that the Mbps value is said to be committed if the load is more or less well ...

956 aperture 5

... The flow of a planar liquid jet out of an aperture is simulated by solving the unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. A convective equation is solved for the level set to capture the interface of the liquid jet with the gaseous environment. The flows for different Reynolds numbers and Webe ...

... The flow of a planar liquid jet out of an aperture is simulated by solving the unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. A convective equation is solved for the level set to capture the interface of the liquid jet with the gaseous environment. The flows for different Reynolds numbers and Webe ...

flow around wall-mounted cylinders with different geometries

... Two different unsteady fluid fields were computed with the in-house CFD code FASTEST-3D on the one hand and with the commercial CFD code ANSYS-CFX on the other hand. The simulation performed with FASTEST-3D was carried out as a LES (large eddy simulation) using a Smagorinsky model to simulate the tr ...

... Two different unsteady fluid fields were computed with the in-house CFD code FASTEST-3D on the one hand and with the commercial CFD code ANSYS-CFX on the other hand. The simulation performed with FASTEST-3D was carried out as a LES (large eddy simulation) using a Smagorinsky model to simulate the tr ...

chapter 5 open-channel flow

... arbitrary channel-bottom slope you set at the beginning, the flow depth in the channel would vary from upstream to downstream: in general the flow in your channel is nonuniform, before the flow erodes sand from one end of the channel and deposits in at the other end in its desire to establish unifor ...

... arbitrary channel-bottom slope you set at the beginning, the flow depth in the channel would vary from upstream to downstream: in general the flow in your channel is nonuniform, before the flow erodes sand from one end of the channel and deposits in at the other end in its desire to establish unifor ...

HEFAT2012 9 International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics

... diagrams of cylindrical flow path. As seen from these figures, the temperature distribution of the top right corner and lower left corner is higher than other zones because the flow direction of fluid does not pass through this zone directly. The spiral effect of cylinder brings heat away from this ...

... diagrams of cylindrical flow path. As seen from these figures, the temperature distribution of the top right corner and lower left corner is higher than other zones because the flow direction of fluid does not pass through this zone directly. The spiral effect of cylinder brings heat away from this ...

Wireless Sensor Node for Surface Seawater Density Measurements

... promising techniques for collecting marine environment data is to deploy wireless sensor networks (WSNs), in which every node of the network is capable of locally collecting particular data by means of its own sensors, data that are then exchanged and transmitted over the network to remote users. Ma ...

... promising techniques for collecting marine environment data is to deploy wireless sensor networks (WSNs), in which every node of the network is capable of locally collecting particular data by means of its own sensors, data that are then exchanged and transmitted over the network to remote users. Ma ...

Introduction of compressible flow

... places limitations on which flow processes are physically possible and which are physically excluded. The entropy change between any two points in the flow is given by ; ...

... places limitations on which flow processes are physically possible and which are physically excluded. The entropy change between any two points in the flow is given by ; ...

The Hydrodynamics of Flow Stimuli - McHenry Lab

... fluid as they apply force directed parallel to the direction of motion (Fig. 1b). This force is proportional to both the rate of sliding between your fingers and water’s viscosity. It is therefore not surprising that honey, with a relatively high viscosity, would be easier to feel between your finge ...

... fluid as they apply force directed parallel to the direction of motion (Fig. 1b). This force is proportional to both the rate of sliding between your fingers and water’s viscosity. It is therefore not surprising that honey, with a relatively high viscosity, would be easier to feel between your finge ...

chapter 6 oscillatory flow

... • Tidal bores in estuaries.—These are waves of translation, in which the water moves along with the wave. They have steep turbulent fronts, which can be hazardous to small boats. • Tsunamis (seismic sea waves) in the ocean.—These are extremely long and low-amplitude waves with high propagation speed ...

... • Tidal bores in estuaries.—These are waves of translation, in which the water moves along with the wave. They have steep turbulent fronts, which can be hazardous to small boats. • Tsunamis (seismic sea waves) in the ocean.—These are extremely long and low-amplitude waves with high propagation speed ...

Soil Science Step-by-Step Field Analysis

... by filling it with water to check for possible leaks. If air enters the reservoir, water will leak out because the infiltrometer has not “held” the suction (or pressure head) set by the air-entry tube at depth h0 in the bubble tower (Fig. 1). Leaks can occur because the nylon cloth that covers the b ...

... by filling it with water to check for possible leaks. If air enters the reservoir, water will leak out because the infiltrometer has not “held” the suction (or pressure head) set by the air-entry tube at depth h0 in the bubble tower (Fig. 1). Leaks can occur because the nylon cloth that covers the b ...

Fluid Flow - Binus Repository

... We tackle the question of how sediment moves in response to flowing water (in one direction). Why? The conditions that will transport sediment are needed for engineering problems. E.g., canal construction, channel maintenance, etc. Interpreting ancient sediments: most sediments are laid down under p ...

... We tackle the question of how sediment moves in response to flowing water (in one direction). Why? The conditions that will transport sediment are needed for engineering problems. E.g., canal construction, channel maintenance, etc. Interpreting ancient sediments: most sediments are laid down under p ...

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... The first is the traditional differential pressure type, which only measures differential pressure, with no ancillary functionality. The second is the multivariable transmitter. A multivariable transmitter is a differential pressure transmitter that is capable of measuring a number of independent pr ...

... The first is the traditional differential pressure type, which only measures differential pressure, with no ancillary functionality. The second is the multivariable transmitter. A multivariable transmitter is a differential pressure transmitter that is capable of measuring a number of independent pr ...

Velocity Profiles for Circular Sections and Flow in

... 1. Establish the boundary conditions that define known ...

... 1. Establish the boundary conditions that define known ...

bioslurping – horizontal radial flow – theory and experimental

... discrepancy. However, in spite of the experimental problems, the theoretical equations derived can be the basis for analysis and design of a full-scale system and prediction of its performance. THEORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF EQUATIONS The basic equations applied to theoretical horizontal radial flow unde ...

... discrepancy. However, in spite of the experimental problems, the theoretical equations derived can be the basis for analysis and design of a full-scale system and prediction of its performance. THEORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF EQUATIONS The basic equations applied to theoretical horizontal radial flow unde ...

The University of British Columbia Technical Design Basis

... the hot water system will be Logstor prefabricated, pre-insulated steel pipes. DHW – Domestic Hot water Energy Meter – The energy meter is made up of a flow meter, two matched pair of temperature sensors, and an energy calculator/integrator. The meter will continuously display operating parameters ( ...

... the hot water system will be Logstor prefabricated, pre-insulated steel pipes. DHW – Domestic Hot water Energy Meter – The energy meter is made up of a flow meter, two matched pair of temperature sensors, and an energy calculator/integrator. The meter will continuously display operating parameters ( ...

Chapter 3 Basic of Fluid Flow

... As you will appreciate, liquids are quite difficult to compress - so under most steady conditions they are treated as incompressible. ...

... As you will appreciate, liquids are quite difficult to compress - so under most steady conditions they are treated as incompressible. ...

ent 257/4 fluid mechanics

... Two dimensional Flow: When the dependent variables in a fluid flow vary with only two space coordinates, the flow is said to be two dimensional. The flow does not vary along the third coordinate direction Example: The flow around a circular cylinder of infinite length (as shown in Fig. 2c) is two ...

... Two dimensional Flow: When the dependent variables in a fluid flow vary with only two space coordinates, the flow is said to be two dimensional. The flow does not vary along the third coordinate direction Example: The flow around a circular cylinder of infinite length (as shown in Fig. 2c) is two ...

Physics 6B Hydrodynamics

... There is a lot going on in this problem, but it is really just like the last one. In fact, it’s easier if we assume the artery is horizontal. We’ll use Bernoulli’s Equation to find the speed just after the blockage, then continuity will tell us the ratio of the areas. V1 = 30 cm/s ...

... There is a lot going on in this problem, but it is really just like the last one. In fact, it’s easier if we assume the artery is horizontal. We’ll use Bernoulli’s Equation to find the speed just after the blockage, then continuity will tell us the ratio of the areas. V1 = 30 cm/s ...

11.2 Physics 6B Fluids - Hydrodynamics

... There is a lot going on in this problem, but it is really just like the last one. In fact, it’s easier if we assume the artery is horizontal. We’ll use Bernoulli’s Equation to find the speed just after the blockage, then continuity will tell us the ratio of the areas. V1 = 30 cm/s ...

... There is a lot going on in this problem, but it is really just like the last one. In fact, it’s easier if we assume the artery is horizontal. We’ll use Bernoulli’s Equation to find the speed just after the blockage, then continuity will tell us the ratio of the areas. V1 = 30 cm/s ...

Viscous flow in pipe

... If water runs through a pipe of diameter D with an average velocity V, the following characteristics are observed by injecting neutrally buoyant dye as shown. For small enough flow rates the dye streak (a streakline) will remain as a well-defined line as it flows along, with only slight blurring du ...

... If water runs through a pipe of diameter D with an average velocity V, the following characteristics are observed by injecting neutrally buoyant dye as shown. For small enough flow rates the dye streak (a streakline) will remain as a well-defined line as it flows along, with only slight blurring du ...

ent 153_bernoulli equation

... Two dimensional Flow: When the dependent variables in a fluid flow vary with only two space coordinates, the flow is said to be two dimensional. The flow does not vary along the third coordinate direction Example: The flow around a circular cylinder of infinite length (as shown in Fig. 2c) is two ...

... Two dimensional Flow: When the dependent variables in a fluid flow vary with only two space coordinates, the flow is said to be two dimensional. The flow does not vary along the third coordinate direction Example: The flow around a circular cylinder of infinite length (as shown in Fig. 2c) is two ...

Water metering is the process of measuring water use.In many developed countries water meters are used to measure the volume of water used by residential and commercial building that are supplied with water by a public water supply system. Water meters can also be used at the water source, well, or throughout a water system to determine flow through a particular portion of the system. In most of the world water meters measure flow in cubic metres (m3) or litres but in the USA and some other countries water meters are calibrated in cubic feet (ft.3) or US gallons on a mechanical or electronic register. Some electronic meter registers can display rate-of-flow in addition to total usage.There are several types of water meters in common use. The choice depends on the flow measurement method, the type of end user, the required flow rates, and accuracy requirements.In North America, standards for manufacturing water meters are set by the American Water Works Association.