FLOWMETERS- WORKING & PRINCIPLES

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FLOWMETERS- PRINCIPLES & functioning:

FLOWMETERS- PRINCIPLES & functioning CO-ORDINATOR- Dr. Nidhi PRESENTOR – Dr. Akanksha

INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION LAMINAR FLOW- Hagen - Poiseuille formula : with constant π / 128 Q = π ∆P r4 / 128 η l TURBULENT FLOW – Depends on: Velocity of fluid Diameter of tube Density Viscosity Q= νρ d/ η

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TUBE- length > diameter ORIFICE- diameter > length Flow rate through orifice depend on: Diameter of orifice Difference in pressure on either side of orifice

Flow Rate ∞ √ Pressure Diff.:

Flow Rate ∞ √ Pressure Diff.

Flow Rate ∞ (Diameter)2 :

Flow Rate ∞ (Diameter) 2

Effect of density :

Effect of density

FLOW METERS:

FLOW METERS Indicates rate of flow of gas passing through them Also called as flow indicators, flow tubes or rotameters

HISTORY:

HISTORY Principle described by Kueppers in 1908

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In 1910- rotameters were used to measure N 2 O & O 2 in anesthetic app. Since then were used in industry In 1937 at suggestion of R.H. Salt- modified to familiar form & incorporated in anesthetic app.

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2 types of flow meters Dry or bobbin type Water depression / pressure guage

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Flowmeters in common use have : Constant pressure diff. across an orifice or annular space, area of which varies with flow rate of gas. eg . Rotameter Fixed constriction with pressure diff. on either side which varies with flow rate of gas. eg . Tubular Flow meter, Orifice Flowmeter , Venturi Flowmeter

VARIABLE ORIFICE METERS:

VARIABLE ORIFICE METERS Coxeter bobbin meter

ROTAMETER:

ROTAMETER

DESIGN:

DESIGN Mechanical Electronic

MECHANICAL:

MECHANICAL Gas flow measurement depend on principle that flow past a resistance is proportional to pressure Measure the drop in pressure that occurs when gas pass through a resistance

PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES:

PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES

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Rate of flow through tube depend on 3 factors: Pressure drop across the constriction: Size of the annular opening: Physical characteristic of the gas- low flow- laminar and depend on viscosity High flow- turbulent and depend on density

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Orifice – density of gas play imp. part in determining its flow rate For ideal orifice across which pressure diff is constant: Vol. flow rate of gas= 1/ 2 √ density

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If gas A passed through an ideal orifice in a meter calibrated for gas B Actual flow of gas = 2 √ density of gas A flow indicated on B meter density of gas B

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Temperature & pressure effects: Calibrated at atm pressure & room temp (200c) Slight change with temperature Hyperbaric chamber- deliver less gas than indicated Decreased pressure- flow rate greater than indicated

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Correction factor for changes in atm. Pressure F1= F0 x ( d0/d1) Where F1= flow at ambient presure F0= flow on scale calibrated at sea level d0= density of gas at sea level d1= density of gas at ambient presure

FLOW METER ASSEMBLY:

FLOW METER ASSEMBLY Consists of: Tube Indicator Stop Scale

Flowmeter assembly:

Flowmeter assembly

INDICATORS:

INDICATORS

STOP & SCALE:

STOP & SCALE

TUBE ARRANGEMENT:

TUBE ARRANGEMENT

Arrangement of the Flow-Indicator Tubes:

Arrangement of the Flow-Indicator Tubes

PROBLEMS WITH FLOWMETERS:

PROBLEMS WITH FLOWMETERS Inaccuracy Indicator problem Leaks Using wrong flowmeter

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AUXILLARY FLOWMETER FOR OXYGEN-

HYPOXIA PREVENTION SAFETY DEVICES:

HYPOXIA PREVENTION SAFETY DEVICES Mandatory minimum oxygen flow: 50-250ml/min Minimum oxygen ratio Mechanical linkage

PROPORTIONIG SYSTEM:

PROPORTIONIG SYSTEM Mechanical integration of the N2O and O2 flow-control valves Automatically intercedes to maintain a minimum 25% concentration of oxygen with a maximum N2O:O2 ratio of 3:1

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MECHANICALLY LINKAGE : -

Limitations of Proportioning Systems:

Limitations of Proportioning Systems Machines equipped with proportioning systems can still deliver a hypoxic mixture under the following conditions: Wrong supply gas Defective pneumatics or mechanics (e.g.. The Link-25 depends on a properly functioning second stage regulator) Leak downstream (e.g.. Broken oxygen flow tube) Inert gas administration: Proportioning systems generally link only N2O and O2

FLOW ADJUSTMENT CONTROL:

FLOW ADJUSTMENT CONTROL Two types: Mechanical Electronic

MECHANICAL:

MECHANICAL

ELECTRONIC FLOWMETERS:

ELECTRONIC FLOWMETERS

HEIDBRINK METER:

HEIDBRINK METER

CONNEL FLOW METER:

CONNEL FLOW METER

FIXED ORIFICE METERS:

FIXED ORIFICE METERS 1.PRESSURE GUAGE METER

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2.WATER DEPRESSION METER

3. METERS WITH CAPILLARY CONSTRICTION :

3. METERS WITH CAPILLARY CONSTRICTION

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4. FOREGGER METER

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5. WATER SIGHT- FEED METER

THANK YOU:

THANK YOU

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