Definition of Flowmeters

1. Noun. (plural of flowmeter) ¹



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Definition of Flowmeters

1. flowmeter [n] - See also: flowmeter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flowmeters

flowers of zinc
flowery
floweth
flowfield
flowfields
flowier
flowiest
flowing
flowing hyperostosis
flowingly
flowingness
flowings
flowk
flowks
flowmeter
flowmeters (current term)
flowmetric
flowmetry
flown
flown the coop
flown the nest
flowrate
flowrates
flowre
flowres
flowret
flowrets
flows
flows of emotion
flowsheet

Literary usage of Flowmeters

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1. Subsurface Characterization and Monitoring Techniques: Vol. 1: Solids ...by J. Russell Boulding by J. Russell Boulding (1996)
"... centimeter/minute compare to 3 centimeter/minute for thermal flowmeters, and an order of magnitude lower than impeller flowmeters); (2) measures flow ..."

2. Guide to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"Facilities include five ultrahigh vacuum systems, two low-range flowmeters, a mid- range flowmeter, high-accuracy mercury manometers, oil and gas piston ..."

3. Laboratory Manual of Colloid Chemistry by Harry Nicholls Holmes (1922)
"A flowmeter calibrated as above may be used as a standard in calibrating other flowmeters of approximately the same capacity. Air- Silica it«l FIG. 23. ..."

4. Workshop on Advanced Nuclear Reactor Safety Issues and Research Needs: Paris by International Atomic Energy Agency, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2002)
"Most important is the development of pressure gauges, flowmeters (magnetic, ultrasonic and turbine principle), wall heat flux (eg heat emitting temperature ..."

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