Coriolis Flowmetry

Coriolis flowmetry is a type of flow measurement technique that uses the Coriolis effect to measure the mass flow rate of a fluid. The Coriolis effect is the apparent deflection of a fluid's path due to the rotation of the Earth. In a Coriolis flowmeter, a vibrating tube is placed in the fluid flow path. When the fluid flows through the vibrating tube, it causes the tube to twist and vibrate in a characteristic pattern. This vibration is detected and analyzed to determine the mass flow rate of the fluid.

Coriolis flowmeters are often used in applications where high accuracy flow measurement is required, such as in fuel flow meters for measuring fuel flow rates. Fuel flow meters using Coriolis flowmetry can accurately measure the mass flow rate of the fuel, which is an important parameter for controlling fuel consumption, optimizing engine performance, and minimizing emissions. They can also provide real-time data on fuel consumption, which can be used for monitoring and control purposes.

One advantage of using Coriolis flowmetry in fuel flow meters is that it is not affected by changes in fluid density, viscosity, or temperature, which can be common in fuel systems. This makes Coriolis flowmeters highly accurate and reliable for fuel flow measurement, even in challenging environments.

Please have a look at the our products using Coriolis flowmetry.

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HyFQ-2000 Series
HyFQ-2000 Series

Hydrogen Fuel Flow Meter

FQ Series
FQ Series

Fuel Flow Measurement Systems

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