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mass flow

[′mas ′flō]
(engineering)
A pattern of powder flow occurring in hoppers that is characterized by the powder flowing at every point, including points adjacent to the hopper wall.
(fluid mechanics)
The mass of a fluid in motion which crosses a given area in a unit time.
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Deviations between the Experiment Data and Predicted Mass Flow Rate Refrigerant Mean Absolute Deviation Error Deviation (MAD) Range within [+ or -] 15% R-410A 6.
Mass flow kg/s Primary opening Main Primary Secondary Clearance inlet opening opening outlet Full 2.
The Exhaust-Trak mass flow meter is a multivariable venturi system that incorporates a differential pressure transducer, a temperature sensor, and a pressure transducer in a single device.
Another area that involves mass flow measurements is in monitoring peanut, cotton and grain yields.
While in many cases volumetric flow is sufficient, it is also desirable at times to measure mass flow.
Mass flow controllers will benefit from these industrial segments, as they are used to measure and control gas flows in these segments.
The total mass flow rate passing through the swirl motive nozzle is equal to the sum of mass flow rates entering through the motive nozzle's axial and tangential flow inlets.
6 Microprocessor-controlled Span Gas or Calibration Gas mass flow controller
7m metric tonnes in 2013, will also be the world's first port to mandate the use of mass flow meters during bunkering operations from 1 January 2017, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) announced earlier.
Different configuration arrangements, different mass flow rates, and different duct depth for the PV/T systems have been studied in order to estimate the recovery of solar thermal energy and electrical energy production.
Now, several measurement standards are moving toward use of Coriolis mass flow meters, which can measure mass flow directly, at the same time as they measure temperature and density.
Highly sensitive thermal mass flow sensors are designed for air and gases with measuring ranges up to 500 l/min.