square-edged orifice

square-edged orifice

[′skwer ¦ejd ′ȯr·ə·fəs]
(engineering)
An orifice plate with straight-through edges for the hole through which fluid flows; used to measure fluid flow in fluid conduits by means of differential pressure drop across the orifice.
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Example publications of the work include Tuve and Sprenkle square-edged orifice measurement data and predictive curve fits (1933).
[1.] Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards, Chapter 14.3, Part 2 - "Specification and Installation Requirements for Concentric, Square-Edged Orifice Meters," American Petroleum Institute, 1996.