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  • Small Liquid dose
    Production operations run smoothly when liquid dosing works according to plan. This means that the mixing process blends the formulation in correct proportion and the fill process executes with precise volume in each dose. In addition, there is no leakage or drip excess to worry about after
  • Modeling Multiphase Flows
    between surface tension and other forces acting on the fluids, such as stresses and inertial forces. These forces determine the shape of the interface between the different phases, for instance, between air and a liquid. The modeling of multiphase flows makes it possible to understand these systems
  • Fine Powder Design - Flow Rate Control (.pdf)
    semi-fluidized and behaves as a liquid flowing from a container. In this case, the flow rate limitation is governed by acceleration of the semi-fluidized bulk material through the container.
  • Low Flow Application in Coatings Industry
    Hoffer Flow Controls turbine flowmeters and electronics play an integral part in many commercial processes, where there is a need for measurement of a clean liquid or gas. Many unique applications use Hoffer turbine flowmeters to improve the way a process works resulting in improved performance
  • Positive Displacement Pump and Turbine Pump Attributes to Consider for Liquid-Based Temperature Control (.pdf)
    initial cost often times PD pumps are selected over TU pumps where flow and pressure requirements can be met by a PD pump.
  • Flow Switches for Oil/Gas Refinery Water Treatment
    , etc., that can be used in refinery wastewater treatment. They all, however, have one thing in common: liquid flow switches are necessary to monitor and control the flow of water and chemical additives throughout the wastewater treatment system. Flow switches are used at multiple points in water
  • Establishing a new method for determining valve flow coefficient
    -and-chug equations. In the early days of valve manufacturing, fabricators generally avoided flow capacity coefficients and mathematical formulas by presenting graphs or nomographs for liquid and gas flow for various valve sizes. It was then the customer's responsibility to select the chart that best fit
  • How to Choose a Control Valve
    of the valve due to localized low pressure zones. When the localized pressure falls below the vapor pressure of the fluid, the liquid vaporizes (boils) and forms a vapor pocket. As the vapor bubbles flow downstream, the pressure recovers, and the bubbles violently implode causing damage to the piping system.

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