The Vortex flowmeter is used for measuring the flow velocity of gases or liquids in the pipelines flowing full. The measuring principal is based on the development of a Karman vortex shedding street caused by a bluff body build into the pipeline. The periodic shedding of eddies (vortices) occurs first from one side and then from the other side of a vortex shedding bluff body installed perpendicular to the pipe axis. Vortex shedding generatres a so-called "Karman vortex street" with alternating pressure conditions whose frequency is proportional to the flow velocity.
- Biogas, biomass gas flow measurement
- Boiler Steam Measurement
- N2 Blanketing for storage tanks
- industrial gas monitoring