Published: Jan 1984
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The characteristics of instruments that are available commercially for the measurement of liquid particle sizes are examined critically in relation to the varied needs of users. Deficiencies in the methods employed are discussed, and examples are given of potential sources of error. Recommendations are made to improve the situation.
liquid particle, measurements, commercial instruments
Director of Engineering, Research and Development, Gas Turbine Fuel Systems Division, Parker Hannifin Corporation, Cleveland, OH