Linear meters, as the name implies, are a classification of flow meters that do not require square root extraction. The two main categories of linear flow meters are: Positive displacement flow meters that directly measure volumetric flow. Velocity flow meters that inferentially measure volumetric flow. Both head and linear flow meters can be used to derive mass flow rate. However, true mass flow meters are used to more accurately measure mass flow rate.
"Identify the basic principles of operation for the three head flow meter variants.
Explain the operation of a pitot tube and its related flow meters, including their advantages and disadvantages.
Explain the operation of a venturi tube and its related flow meters, including their advantages and disadvantages.
Identify the common orifice plates used in industry and their principle of operation.
Explain the basic principle of operation for common positive displacement meters.
Explain the basic principle of operation for common velocity meters.
Describe the principle upon which the most common type of mass flow rate meter is based."
Linear and Mass Flow - Registered Continuing Education Program RCEP
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