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Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters

George F. Smoot

Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters

by George F. Smoot

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For Sale by the Superintendent of Documents in Washington [D.C] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water current meters

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby George F. Smoot and Charles E. Novak.
    SeriesTechniques of water-resources investigations of the United States Geological Survey -- book 8, chapter B2
    ContributionsNovak, Charles E., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 15 p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13568751M
    OCLC/WorldCa5904103

      The purpose of a measurement system is to accurately measure the state of the unit under test. The transducer converts one form of energy, s uch as force displacement and acceleration, to another form such as an electri cal signal. The signal conditioner prepares the electrical signal for input to a data collection device. The transducer usually comes with a transfer characteristic (e.g. Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters, by GE Smoot and C.E. Novak. 15 pages. ‘This manual is a revision of “Measurement of lime of Travel and Dispersion in Streams by Dye Tracing,” by E.F. Hubbard, EA. Kilpatrick, L.A. Martens, and J.F. Wilson, Jr., Book 3, Chapter A9, published in

    The exact process of equipment calibration shall vary according to the type of instrument, how critical its role is in the operation and standards that are followed for the calibration purpose. Mentioned below is a typical process that needs to be followed for equipment calibration. All calibration services include a calibration certificate. The turn-around time is typically days upon receipt of the equipment and payment for standard services. Contact for more information: FIS(), Outside the U.S. +

    meter installation to minimize the total flow each installation experiences in the changeover flow range. Turbine and current meters, including electronic flowmeters, are used when flows are large, minimum flows are usually above 10 or 12 percent of maximum rating, and the low‑pressure loss at . Current coil winding (turns) and range matter. You must use a coil with enough turns to test the entire current range of the clamp meter. The coil windings determine the amount of current. For example, a turn coil with a calibrator sourcing 20 amps presents up to 1, amps of current to the clamp meter.


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Calibration and Maintenance of Vertical-Axis Type Current Meters U.S. Geological Survey, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 8, Chapter B2 By George F. Calibration and Maintenance of Vertical-Axis Type Current Meters [Smoot, George F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Calibration and Maintenance of Vertical-Axis Type Current MetersAuthor: George F. Smoot. The purpose of this chapter is to describe the procedures used in the manufacture and calibration of current meters and to present in detail information pertinent to their proper maintenance and repair.

Recent intensive studies on the calibration of current meters and the effects of wear of the component parts on the performance of the meters have led to the adoption of new procedures for the.

CALIBRATION AND MAINTENANCE OF VERTICAL-AXIS TYPE CURRENT METERS. By George F. Smoot and Charles E. Novak Abstract. The purpose of this chapter is to describe the procedures used in the manufacture and calibratiop of current meters and to present in detail information pertinent to their.

Get this from a library. Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters. [George F Smoot; Charles E Novak; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. These instructions are intended to supplement those appearing in TRWI, Book 8, Chapter 2, Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters.

The part numbers for all parts other than the magnetic contact chamber are referenced to the figure in attachment 1a of the standard Price type AA current meter.

These in structions are intended to supplement the instructions found in TWRI, Book 8, Chapter B2, Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters.

Inactive meters Prior to being stored, a meter should have been disassembled, inspected, and cleaned as described above. Chapter B2: Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters, by G.F.

Smoot and C.E. Novak: USGS—TWRI Book 8, Chapter B2. Book 9: Handbooks for Water-Resources Investigations Section A: National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data (Full table of contents and errata/comments). Evaluations of the displacement velocity showed that it matched the reference value up to m/s for a vertical-axis current meter and m/s for a horizontal-axis one.

Book 3 APPLICATIONS OF HYDRAULICS. Link back to USGS publications. Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters, by G.F. Smoot and C.E.

Novak. 15 pages. CONTENTS. Page. Field Calibration and Verification Methods in general. Piston provers provide the most accurate but also the mostexpensive field calibration method for liquid flows.

They are based on the principle of measuring the time required to collect a known volume of liquid into a piston cylinder. The calibration uncertainty is of the order of % but.

TWI 8-B2. Calibration and maintenance of vertical-axis type current meters, by G.F. Smoot and C.E. Novak. 15 pages.

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Provisional drafts of chapters are distributed to field offrces of the U.S. Geological Survey for their use.