electromagnetic flowmeter


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electromagnetic flowmeter

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′flō‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
A flowmeter that offers no obstruction to liquid flow; two coils produce an electromagnetic field in the conductive moving fluid; the current induced in the liquid, detected by two electrodes, is directly proportional to the rate of flow. Also known as electromagnetic meter.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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investigated the design of the coils of an electromagnetic flowmeter in 1998 [6].
With the methodology addressed, the weight functions for the EMFs which possess various kinds of electrodes can also be solved and the problems of the boundary condition are transformed to the difficulties of the modeling of the electrodes contacting the fluid, and thus, the reasonable selection of the model for boundary electrodes is essential by using the resistive network in the research on the weight function in the field of the electromagnetic flowmeter (see Figure 4).
The Spirax Sarco ELectroMagnetic Flowmeter (ELM10) is aimed primarily at boiler feed water and cold make-up water monitoring applications.
The BATCHCONTROL electromagnetic flowmeter for volumetric filling applications is ideal for the batching and dosing of electrically conductive liquids and pastes in the pharmaceutical industry as it features an integrated control module and CAN open based network communication.
The electromagnetic flowmeter is insensitive to flow profile changes, others an accuracy of better than 0.5 to 1.0% of actual flow over the full range and has no recalibration requirements.
A unique feature of the COPA XT - the world's first true two-wire electromagnetic flowmeter offered by Elsag Bailey - is a totally reworked flowmeter primary concept which draws its energy directly from the 4mA signal.
The OPTIFLUX 4300 C electromagnetic flowmeter from KROHNE LTD has been installed by Emscher Genossenschaft at their sewage treatment plant in Bottrop in Germany.
In 1952, KROHNE developed the first electromagnetic flowmeter for industrial applications.
To facilitate the accurate filling of plastics bottles, Krohne Ltd have developed what they are sure is the world's smallest electromagnetic flowmeter systems.
KROHNE's Optiflux electromagnetic flowmeter measures the flow of virtually any substance and can operate across a wide range of measurement applications, including those where substances have low conductivity or variable solid concentration.
IZMS is a sanitary design digital electromagnetic flowmeter. With an obstructionless flow tube, it is ideal for all electrically conductive fluids and slurries.

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