Hydrodynamometer

Hy`dro`dy`na`mom´e`ter


n.1.An instrument to measure the velocity of a liquid current by the force of its impact.
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APPLICATION: The Rotating Tank Hydrodynamometer (RTH) is a new device designed to measure the hydrodynamics of different pulp fibers, which may help to predict the separation of different pulp fibers in hydrocyclones.
The Rotating Tank Hydrodynamometer (RTH) was previously validated with spheres, copper wires, and nylon fibers.
A novel device, called the rotating tank hydrodynamometer (RTH), has been developed to study the hydrodynamics of pulp fibers under conditions similar to those in hydrocyclones.