A constant temperature hot-wire anemometer can be used to compensate for the thermal lag of a wire or film resistance thermometer within the useful frequency range of the anemometer. This method may be used as an alternative to the standard method in which a differentiation circuit as employed in constant current anemometers is used for frequency compensation. The new method is useful if a constant temperature anemometer is at hand. The time constant of the resistance thermometer need not be determined.
Freymuth, Peter, "Use of a Constant Temperature Hot-Wire Anemometer to Compensate for the Thermal Lag" (1969). Symposia on Turbulence in Liquids. 50.
Symposium on Turbulence Measurements in Liquids (1969: Sep., Rolla, MO)
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
Turbulence Measurements in Newtonian Liquids
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