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KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND MINERALS Chemical Engineering Department CHE – 309 Title of exp is F4 Flow Meter Calibration Rig Name: Hub –Alreeh, Ahmad ID#956907 Prepared for Mr./Mahjob,K Date of presentation is 5/12/1999
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Outlines *Introduction *Theoretical Background *Procedure *Results *Discussion of Results *Conclusions and Recommendations *Raw Data *Data Analysis and Sample of Calculation Introduction The flow in pipes has a great importance in the chemical engineering filed. There are several devices for this purpose . For example ,Pitot tube, Orifice Plate and Venturi tube. All of those are made to measure the flow rate in pipes and each one has it purpose and way of calculation. Theoretical Background 1) A pitotTtube: a pitot tube is an instrument for measuring a “point” velcity
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2) Orifice Plate: an orifice is a flat plate with a centrally drilled hole machined to a sharp edge. 3)Venturi: a venturi is designed with the objective of eliminating boundary layer separation and turbulence through gradually converging and diverging conical pipe sections. Procedure:
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course CHEMICAL E CHE 309 taught by Professor M.elgaily during the Fall '09 term at King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals.

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