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.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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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.
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.