"This thesis reports and evaluates the use of an eccentrically placed orifice as a flow measuring device in small pipe sizes. The orifice is placed in a concentric location and moved to increasingly eccentric locations until full eccentricity is reached. At full eccentricity the circumference of the orifice is tangent to the circumference of the pipe. The effects of increasing eccentricity are evaluated for four orifices...Flow coefficients for the orifices in different locations are plotted against Reynolds numbers. The eccentric orifice is a reliable, accurate flow measuring device for metering or controlling the flow of fluids. Design criteria can be established which will allow its use for situations where complete drainage of piping systems is required"--Abstract, page ii.
Scofield, Gordon L., 1925-1986
Munger, Paul R.
Pyron, Howard D.
Oetting, R. B.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla
viii, 60 pages
© 1965 James E. Casale, All rights reserved.
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Casale, James E., "The eccentric orifice as a flow measuring device in small diameter pipes" (1965). Masters Theses. 6684.