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  • Eliminating Need For Gas Preheat in Pressure Regulation
    The Vortex Tube (VT) is a specially. designed cylindrical device with no moving. parts. It takes high-pressure gas and, in the. course of its depressurizing, converts (vortex. phenomenon) the inlet gas flow energy into. two low pressure streams - cold and hot. which exit the VT separately
  • Wrapping It Up: Vortex Air Gun Aids in Aerospace Applications
    The global corporation MAG offers a comprehensive line of equipment and technologies serving. a wide range of industries including aerospace, automotive and truck, heavy equipment, oil and. gas, rail, solar energy, wind turbine production and general machining. Their services include. process
  • How Ultrasonic Flowmeters Work (.pdf)
    away, the pitch seems to drop. Ultrasonic Doppler flowmeters put this frequency shift to work in so-called dirty liquids containing acoustical discontinuities-suspended particles, entrained gas bubbles or turbulence vortexes.
  • A Case Study in Creativity
    The following case study explains. how natural gas pipeline powder. coater EB Pipe Coating (Panama. City, Fla.) used four Vortex A/C electrical. enclosure coolers to solve space. and configuration issues posed by. conventional air conditioners on an. OEM powder coating system.
  • Principle of Mass Flow Instruments: Volume Flow and Mass Flow
    Gas flow meters can be roughly divided into volume flow meters and mass flow meters. Volume flow meters include area flow meters, positive displacement flow meters, and differential pressure flow meters, while mass flow meters include coriolis flow meters, vortex flow meters, and thermal flow
  • Flow Metering Challenges & Considerations
    and lubricants, aerospace applications present diffi cult fl owmetering challenges. Among today's common liquid and gas. fl owmeter technologies, are widely differing designs such as turbine, coriolis, magnetic, differential pressure and vortex meters. Each technology offers individual strengths

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