Research Publication Title

Application of New Low Cost Technology for 2d-Flow Bound Resonance Method for Measurement of Fluid Flow

Major

Physics

Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Ken McGill

Keywords

Physics, Chemistry, Acoustics, Fluid Dynamics, Technology

Abstract

Proof of principle of the 2d-flow bound resonance method for measurement of fluid flow was established 2014. Devices employed for the measurement included 16 8-channel sample and hold Analog to Digital Converters (ADC), and 16 8-channel amplifiers. These devices were purchased in 2004. New devices available contain both the ADC and amplifier, and are available for much lower cost. The new devices are less defined for the application of 2d-flow bound resonance method for measurement of fluid flow. This presentation discusses the method (US patent no. 9441993 issued September 13th, 2016) for using current technology for 2d-flow bound resonance method for measurement of fluid flow.

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Application of New Low Cost Technology for 2d-Flow Bound Resonance Method for Measurement of Fluid Flow

Proof of principle of the 2d-flow bound resonance method for measurement of fluid flow was established 2014. Devices employed for the measurement included 16 8-channel sample and hold Analog to Digital Converters (ADC), and 16 8-channel amplifiers. These devices were purchased in 2004. New devices available contain both the ADC and amplifier, and are available for much lower cost. The new devices are less defined for the application of 2d-flow bound resonance method for measurement of fluid flow. This presentation discusses the method (US patent no. 9441993 issued September 13th, 2016) for using current technology for 2d-flow bound resonance method for measurement of fluid flow.