How Can You Measure Viscosity With Coriolis Flowmeters?

What Is Coriolis Force, Who Discovered It and How Is Viscosity Defined?

By Katherine Bonfante

Share Print Related RSS

Senior Technical Editor Dan Hebert wrote the article "Measuring Viscosity With Coriolis Flowmeters" a few years back explaining how Coriolis flowmeters can be used to measure viscosity.

The article gave a quick explanation of what Coriolis force is, who discovered it and how viscosity is defined. Hebert explained how different liquids such as tar, syrup, water, gasoline and even ketchup have different viscosities.

When the article was published, Endress+Hauser had just published a research report that resulted in the introduction of direct viscosity measurement in the company's Promass 83 I line.

Read the article now to learn more.

Share Print Reprints Permissions

What are your comments?

Join the discussion today. Login Here.

Comments

No one has commented on this page yet.

RSS feed for comments on this page | RSS feed for all comments