A Method of Temperature Compensation and a New Hot-Wire Anemometric Sensor for Measuring Flow Velocity,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Determining the velocity of turbulent nonisothermal fluxes of gases and liquids by the hot-wire anemometer involves perfecting the methods of temperature compensation and the development of new designs for hot-wire anemometric sensors. The problem of eliminating errors caused by the temperature turbulence of the flow is still unsolved. A new method is proposed for temperature compensation directly in the studied zone of the flow, based on the use of a two-terminal thermoelectric sensor of a hot-wire anemometer.
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