Software for designing of multipath ultrasonic flow meters

Keywords: designing, software, ultrasonic flow meter, acoustic paths, chordal scheme, numerical integration methods


Analytical dependencies for calculating location coordinates and weighting coefficients of acoustic paths of 5- and 6-channel chordal ultrasonic flow meters were developed in the work. The algorithm for calculating the recurrent equations of the Jacobi polynomial is also implemented. This made it possible to improve the designing algorithm of multipath chordal ultrasonic flow meters. To implement this algorithm, a software for designing multipath ultrasonic flow meters has been improved


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Roman , V., & Iliuchok, V. (2023). Software for designing of multipath ultrasonic flow meters. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, (52), 24-31.