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01-06-2015 | MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS | Issue 3/2015

Measurement Techniques 3/2015

A Compact Marked Nuclear-Magnetic Flowmeter for Measurement of Rapidly Varying Flow Rates of Liquid

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Measurement Techniques > Issue 3/2015
Authors:
V. V. Davydov, V. I. Dudkin, A. Yu. Karseev
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Translated from Izmeritel’naya Tekhnika, No. 3, pp. 48−51, March, 2015.
A compact marked nuclear-magnetic flowmeter is described. The principal elements of the construction of the flowmeter and a circuit for detection of the nuclear-magnetic resonance signal are modernized. A high degree of precision of measurements of the fl ow rate of a liquid with the use of the effect of paramagnetic resonance and a new construction of the analyzer vessel are achieved. A compact circuit for processing the obtained information based on a microcontroller is developed.

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