meter run

meter run

[′mēd·ər ‚rən]
(engineering)
The length of straight, unobstructed fluid-flow conduit preceding an orifice or venturi meter.
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She ran at the Olympic trials in New Orleans in '91 (1500 Meter Run, sixth place), and is the Current Masters World Record holder for the Indoor 800 (W45-49), and the Indoor American Record holder in the 800 (W40-44).
The 27-year old Jamaican said he doesn't want to take the spots of his teammates at the 100 meter and 200 meter run, but he nevertheless plans to compete at the 4x100 meter run - where the Jamaican men's team still holds the world record.
Pay and check" instrumentation on each meter run, providing dual pressure and dual temperature transmitters, which ensures an availability of the station at more than 98%.
See my electric meter run backwards" the proud homeowner proclaims.
finished second in the 5000 Meter Run and second in the 3000 Meter Run.
Make meter installations with a site assessment of the possibility for liquids/ dirt contamination in mind and consider addition of inlet separators, filters and drains on the meter run to either prevent contamination from occurring or to provide a mechanism to drain liquids from the meter run.
Eliminating the requirement for the building, meter run, alcohol injection pump and metering skid would result in a savings of more than $50,000 in initial costs.
She won the Women's 40-44 2000 meter steeplechase, was 3rd in the 1500 meter run, and 5th in the 800 at the 2011 World Masters Athletics Championships at Sacramento, California.
A flow conditioner is often used inside the meter run upstream from the orifice to help create a laminar flow within a shorter length of meter tube.
1 -- color) Silver medalist Allyson Felix of the United States, facing camera, hugs gold medalist Veronica Campbell of Jamaica after the 200- meter run at the Olympics.
On-line, detailed check of active flow measurement calculations for a selected meter run