resistive flowmeter

resistive flowmeter

[ri′zis·tiv ′flō‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
Liquid flow-rate measurement device in which flow rates are read electrically as the result of the rise or fall of a conductive differential-pressure manometer fluid in contact with a resistance-rod assembly. Also known as resistance-rate flowmeter.
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