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anay • Jun 18, 2012

Why should we use planted RTD in process industry to the flow?

Ha ha 😁 ! Please pull in few of your friends and start discussing instrumentation related topics. That'll motivate others to join in. We look forward to starting a separate section for Instrumentation engineering.
sir ,
topic i have
why should we planted RTD in process industry to the flow? we have studied plantation must be in agianst the flow...
The question is incomprehensible as stated. Can you please explain a bit more? What do you mean by 'planted RTD' and 'plantation against the flow'?
anay • Jun 26, 2012
sir , my question is during the training i saw the RTD is fitting in the pipe to the flow ...but some study material says it should be against the i confuse what way prefer for fitting RTD "to the flow" or "against the flow".?
RTD is a resistance temperature detector. It is a probe. It is usually placed in a flowing fluid to monitor its temperature. Since it is a single probe, co-current or counter-current has no meaning, which is the reason why I asked my question.
All I can say is that it is usually placed in the flow.
anay • Jun 29, 2012
thank you sir...
akshetty • Aug 18, 2012
bioramani sir is rite. it is use to measure the temperature of the flow. u can mount at any angel but water u have to mount rtd in inclined angel.
anay • Aug 19, 2012
hello Mr. akshetty
for rtd mount perticular angle is 30 degree fix for all. u can't take any of angle for mount.
akshetty • Aug 19, 2012
hello mr.anay to measure the temperature of gas line u can mount rtd at angle of 30 degree to 45 degree.
anay • Aug 21, 2012
mr. akshetty u are not specified about which fluid,liquid or gas.
that's why i told about 30 degree for process industry in general.
Mounting at an angle reduces flow interference and gives a smaller external profile.
I realize this is a very limited growing time, but I am asking because I'm interested in incorporating it into a college freshman orientation program in our garden. Other options can be plants that may be planted in early or later and harvested around early September.
Can you provide a translation in simple English about what this has to do with the thread.

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