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Ultrasonic Transit-Time Principle VR VO V1 V2 α L = Sound propagation velocity in medium at rest = local medium velocity = sound propagation velocity in flow direction = sound propagation velocity counter to flow direction = mounting angle between acoustic path and flow direction = gap between electroacoustic transducers Result Vaverage Vm = VR 2 • (t2 – t1) 2 • L •cos α Prerequisites for measurement • acoustic attachment/sound transmission within the medium necessary • pipes must be filled up (or additionally a level measurement is required) • acoustic path must be situated within the medium Advantages • easy mounting / demounting (clamp-on technology) • hydraulic disturbances within the acoustic path are taken into account in the calculation • insensitive to grease and oils • no minimum conductivity necessary Disadvantages • incorrect measurement or failure in partially filled pipes • measurement failure in liquids with high solid matter contents • i
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