E3S Web Conf.
Volume 124, 2019International Scientific and Technical Conference Smart Energy Systems 2019 (SES-2019)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Automation, Instruments and Control Methods|
|Published online||25 October 2019|
Theoretical and experimental study of vibration-amplitude liquid densimeter on the basis of a high-quality tubular resonator
Sumgait State University, Sumqayit, Azerbaijan
2 Azerbaijan Military Academy named after Heydar Aliyev, Baku, Azerbaijan
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
This paper is devoted to the current model of vibration-amplitude liquid densimeter developed by the authors. Firstly, the necessity to develop vibration-amplitude liquids densimeters with straigt-flow sensing elements (resonators) belonging to the “low cost low accuracy” category is justified. The resonator structure, developed as the result of the search using the heuristic method, is described. The proposed resonator is a tube rigidly fixed at the ends with additional weights attached symmetrically at the vertical axis at the points of the antinodes of the second fundamental oscillation mode in order to improve the resonator qualityfactor by suppressing parasitic harmonics. The structure provides the possibility to restore the resonator natural oscillation frequency (decreased with time) to the primary one. It may be achieved by sequence screwing rods with different lengths into additional masses. The choice of the operating frequency of oscillations equal to 100 Hz is proved. It ensures invariance to the presence of solid inclusions in measured liquid and simplifies the electromagnetic excitation system. There are also theoretical relations obtained as a result of solving a differential equation of natural oscillations of a rigidly fixed tube with additional point masses, which are symmetrically located relatively vertical axis. They allow determining the own resonator oscillations frequencies for given parameters. The description of the operating model of the vibration-amplitude liquids densimeter, obtained experimentally and its calibration characteristic, is given.
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