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ASTM D2458 - STANDARD METHOD OF FLOW MEASUREMENT OF WATER BY THE VENTURI METER TUBE Organization: ASTM
Date: 1969-10-03
Description: This method covers the measurement of the rate of flow of water in pipelines using the Herschel Standard Venturi meter tube. Venturi2 meter tubes are applicable for the measurement of industrial water llow and particularly for slurries or similar nonhomogeneous liquids containing large concentrations of suspended solids.
BIS - IS 4477: PART 2 - METHODS OF MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW BY MEANS OF VENTURI METERS: PART 2 COMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS Organization: BIS
Date: 1975-01-01
ASHRAE - 3928 - MEASUREMENT OF TWO-PHASE REFRIGERANT LIQUID-VAPOR MASS FLOW RATE - PART III: COMBINED TURBINE AND VENTURI METERS AND COMPARISON WITH OTHER METHODS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 1995-01-01
ASHRAE - 3926 - MEASUREMENT OF TWO-PHASE REFRIGERANT LIQUID-VAPOR MASS FLOW RATE - PART I: VENTURI AND VOID FRACTION METERS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 1995-01-01
ASHRAE - AB-10-020 - DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENERGY METER USING A PUMP FLOW STATION Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: The flow rate is often determined by measuring pressure difference across an orifice, nozzle or venturi tube (ASHRAE 2001). However, valves, dampers, bends and fittings upstream from the flow devices can cause errors.
NAVY - MIL-M-19981A - METER, AIR FLOW INDICATING, DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE, SUBMARINE BATTERY VENTILATION, VARIABLE TRANSFORMER Organization: NAVY
Date: 1962-02-26
Description: This specification covers submarine battery ventilation air flow indicating meters. The meters measure the differential pressure created by air flow through a venturi meter and transmit a proportional voltage to a remote indicator, which can be inscribed to indicate in cubic feet per minute (c.f.m.).
TSE - TS EN ISO 5167-1 - MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW BY MEANS OF PERESSURE DIFFERENTIAL DEVICES-PART 1: ORIFICE PLATES, NOZZLES AND VENTURI TUBES INSERTED IN CIRCULAR CROSS-SECTION CONDUITS RUNNING FULL Organization: TSE
Date: 2004-01-28
Description: This standard applies to direct acting indicating electrical measuring instrument having an analogue,such as:Ammeters and voltmeter , Vattmeters and varmeters, frequency meters of pointer and vibrating-reed types, phasemeters,power-factor meters and synchroscopes, ohmmeters,impedance meter and conductance meter, Multi-function instruments of the above types.
MODUK - DEF STAN 66-32: PT 2:SEC 1 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR FLOW MEASUREMENT IN CLOSED CONDUITS PART 2: CALIBRATION AND APPLICATION OF FLOWMETERS COVERED IN PART 1: SECTION 1 - ISSUE 1; 06.84; BRITISH STANDARDS COVER NOD REQUIREMENTS Organization: MODUK
Date: 1984-06-01
Description: The flowmeters in Part 1, Section 10f this Code of Practice are: a) differential pressure meters (orifice plates, nozzles, venturi' nozzles and venturi tubes), b) turbine meters, c) positive displacement meters, and d) variable-area meters.
AWWA M33 - FLOWMETERS IN WATER SUPPLY - SECOND EDITION Organization: AWWA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: The flowmeters discussed in this manual include the Venturi, modified Venturi, orifice plate, electromagnetic (mag), turbine and propeller, transit-time ultrasonic, vortex, averaging Pitot, and averaging insertable electromagnetic (mag).
ASME MFC-8M - FLUID FLOW IN CLOSED CONDUITS: CONNECTIONS FOR PRESSURE SIGNAL TRANSMISSIONS BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY DEVICES Organization: ASME
Date: 2001-09-11
Description: ASME Fluid Meters, Their Theory and Application, Sixth Edition, 1971 ASME MFC-3M, Measurement of Fluid Flow in Pipes Using Orifice, Nozzle, and Venturi (not an American National Standard) ASME PTC 19.2, Instruments and Apparatus: Part 2 - Pressure Measurement Publisher: The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Three Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016; Order Department: 22 Law Drive, Box 2300, Fairfield, NJ 07007-2300
ISO TR 11583 - MEASUREMENT OF WET GAS FLOW BY MEANS OF PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL DEVICES INSERTED IN CIRCULAR CROSS-SECTION CONDUITS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-04-01
Description: Although the over-reading equations presented in this Technical Report apply for a wide range of gases and liquids at appropriate gas-liquid density ratios, evaluating gas flowrates depends on information in addition to that required in single-phase flow: under certain conditions, a measurement of the pressure loss is sufficient; tracers can be used to measure the liquid flow; the total mass flowrate may be known (this is more likely in a wet-steam flow than in a natural gas/liquid flow); in a wet-steam flow a throttling calorimeter can be used. Wet-gas measurement using Venturi tubes or orifice plates is covered in this Technical Report.

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