Coriolis Mass The structure of the flowmeters consists of a pair of inclined (twisted) flow tubes. The working principle is to determine the Coriolis force applied to the flow tubes by the internal mass flow of the liquid.
Coriolis force can only occur under 2 conditions:
1- Normal frequency vibration on inclined flow tubes,
2- Liquids flowing through the pipe.
This force; It is produced on the basis of vibration force and the synthesis of the force applied by the liquid flowing in the tubes. The flow tubes will vibrate in the symmetric center line thanks to the applied force. These signals are regulated and the mass flow is directly detected.
Coriolis Mass flowmeters can be used in pipe diameters range from DN3 to DN100. Advantages of Coriolis Mass flowmeters:
- Simultaneous and direct measurement of mass flow, density, temperature and viscosity.
- It has the principle of measurement independent from the physical properties of the fluid.
- Very high measurement accuracy.
- Not affected by flow profile.
- Input / output straight pipe distances are not required.
This measurement method is used in the processes requiring high measurement accuracy in pharmaceutical, chemical / petrochemical, fuel and gas, food and general trading applications.