Subject: How can I detect liquid movement in a pipe without piercing it.
Date: Tue Apr 25 22:35:12 2000
Posted by Fred Leber
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Ryerson Polytechnical University
City: Toronto State/Province: ON
Area of science: Engineering
The liquid has the viscosity of water with or without antifreeze. The pipe
is steel of 1 to 3 inch diameter. The liquid may be stationary and flow
must be detected or the flow may be monitored and a lack of flow must then
be detected. This is a closed system where ejected fluid cannot be measured
or used to indicate flow. Flow rate is in the order of 4-5 gpm.
Re: How can I detect liquid movement in a pipe without piercing it.
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