averaging pitot tube

averaging pitot tube

[′av·rij·iŋ ‚pē‚tō ‚tüb]
(engineering)
A flowmeter that consists of a rod extending across a pipe with several interconnected upstream holes, which simulate an array of pitot tubes across the pipe, and a downstream hole for the static pressure reference.
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Several companies have brought out proprietary versions of the averaging Pitot tube.
Veris has introduced the Accelabar that combines elements of a flow nozzle with elements of an averaging Pitot tube.
Instead of having just one port, multiport averaging Pitot tubes measure impact pressure and static pressure at multiple points, using multiple ports.
As an alternative to traditional check measurement, four averaging pitot tube meters (called an Annubar Meter by its manufacturer) were installed and studied for a one-year period.
Third, this study only represents the experience of one type of averaging pitot tube measurement on pipeline application.
Limited Tenders are invited for Averaging Pitot Tubes
Averaging Pitot tubes are used to measure stack gas and exhaust gas emissions.
business and had formally released a range of averaging pitot tubes.
The averaging pitot tubes are described as being available in a wide variety of wetted materials to suit most liquid, gas and steam applications, whether flowing in circular or rectangular pipes or ductwork.