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- A i, B i :
electrode diameter (mm)
coefficient in Equation 3
- l :
electrode length (mm)
- u :
liquid velocity (ms−1)
- u e :
effective velocity (m s−1)
- U :
effective velocity for the normal flow orientation (m s−1)
- I i :
probe current for i-oh electrode (A)
- I m :
probe current for the normal orientation (A)
angle between the normal to the electrode and flow direction (degree)
angle of the electrode to the probe axis (degree)
angle of rotating frame inclination (degree)
angle of probe rotation (degree)
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Kashinsky, O.N., Randin, V.V., Timkin, L.S. et al. Direction-specific characteristics of a three-component electrodiffusional velocity probe. J Appl Electrochem 24, 694–696 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00252097
- Physical Chemistry
- Velocity Probe