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Direction-specific characteristics of a three-component electrodiffusional velocity probe

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Abbreviations

A i, B i :

calibration coefficients

d:

electrode diameter (mm)

κ:

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)

α:

angle between the normal to the electrode and flow direction (degree)

γ:

angle of the electrode to the probe axis (degree)

Φ:

angle of rotating frame inclination (degree)

ϕ:

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

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  • Physical Chemistry
  • Velocity Probe