By G P Russo
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2. The probe is fixed in a reference direction (fixed method): the pressure difference between opposite taps is read and the corresponding angle between the axis of the probe and the direction of stream velocity is obtained from a calibration curve. The first method is more immediate because it does not require calibration but has the disadvantage that the probe must be oriented with precision, which is particularly difficult if the probe is to be moved in a closed test chamber, or two angles in two orthogonal planes are to be measured (3D probes).
2. 34 the corresponding ratio between the average speed and the speed on the axis. 3. Measure the speed on the axis. 4. Calculate the average speed. 5. Calculate the Reynolds number. 6. Start again from step 2 until the speed difference between two consecutive iterations is less than the desired approximation. 35). The idea is that at 3/4 of the radius the speed is a constant fraction of the average speed in a wide range of Reynolds numbers and surface roughness. 35 The Preston tube 59 Aerodynamic measurements The Preston tube is an ideal instrument to measure the flow in a duct connected to a pumping system of limited power because inherent losses are negligible.
Flattened tubes are very sensitive to the angle of incidence and are not suitable for use in highly turbulent flows because of the considerable delay (of the order of seconds) that they introduce in the transmission of pressure signals. 3 Effects of the proximity of a wall The correction to the reading of a Pitot tube placed near a wall are less immediate than the corrections for the gradient of stagnation pressure since the error depends on the whole speed profile between the tube and the wall.