Mass Flow Measurement in Bulk Solids

Mass Flow Measurement

Mass Flow Measurement in Bulk Solids

It would be good to use a measuring technique to measure mass flow in solids without cumbersome load cell loss in weight systems, mechanical weighing systems, impact weighing systems, weigh feeders, coriolis feeders, etc. Although those conventional systems perform a good job, they are expensive to install, they take up valuable process “real estate”, etc.
(ed. WoMaMarcel - 29/7/2013)
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The reason that “magflow meters” are used for the measurement of liquids is because of their ease of installation, ease of calibration and they are relatively maintenance free. It would be good to use a measuring technique to measure mass flow in solids without cumbersome load cell loss in weight systems, mechanical weighing systems, impact weighing systems, weigh feeders, coriolis feeders, etc. Although those conventional systems perform a good job, they are expensive to install, they take up valuable process “real estate”, they require specialist commissioning, they require on going maintenance and calibration, etc. This white paper discusses an alternative philosophy utilising microwave and electromagnetic principles that makes the measurement of mass flow in solids as easy as using a thermocouple to measure temperature or a magflow meter to measure liquid flow
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