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Simulation of a four sensor probe using a rotating dual sensor probe

By Nikolaos Panayotopoulos, Gary Lucas and Suman Pradhan


In the current project a rotating dual sensor probe has been designed and fabricated. A set of\ud measurements were performed using the rotating dual sensor. Analysis on the results occurred, and\ud it showed that the rotating dual sensor with the supporting algorithm has an acceptable, reliable and\ud repeatable performance for measurements in multiphase flows

Topics: Q1, T1, QC
Publisher: University of Huddersfield
Year: 2006
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