Experimental Theoretical Study based on mathematical correlations used in the determination of volume flows of non-intrusive character for lithium bromide solution
This work has as proposed the event of experimental theoretical study based on mathematical correlations in a position to estimate volume flows of non-intrusive character as functions of diameter and pressure for lithium bromide resolution linked to an ultrasonic meter, type transit time, model UFM 170. The experimental bench that gave support to the present work has been developed on the premises of the Federal University of Para??ba-UFPB in lab-IES Sustainable Energy Institute and RECOG??S, Cooperative Research Network North / Northeast Natural Gas. This study was developed in LabVIEW platform, with the assistance of EES - software (Engineering Equation Solver). This study aims to describe all the positive and negative aspects experienced in the subject of this work in order to contribute with flow measurement techniques non-intrusive that may be applied in absorption refrigeration systems.
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