About this Course
Head flow meters, or differential pressure flow meters, are the most common flow meters used in industrial facilities. It is estimated that over 50 percent of all fluid flow measurement applications use head flow meters.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
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
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Introduction to Head Flow Meters
Venturi Tubes and Similar Devices
Other Pressure-Related Flow Meters
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