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### manometer

1. 1. Introduction• Pressure measurement is one of the most important measurement in continuous process industries.• Manometers measure the unknown pressure by balancing against the gravitational force of liquid heads.
2. 2. Manometer• Manometry refers to the measurement of pressure by comparison to the hydraulic pressure produced by a column of liquid.• With the help of manometer, we can measure comparatively high pressure and negative pressure also.
3. 3. Topic covered• U tube manometer.• Well type manometer.• Barometer.• Inclined tube manometer.• Micromanometer.
4. 4. U tube manometer• Simplest manometer.• Used in the measurement of liquid or gas pressure.• Both legs have same area.• Manometric fluid of known specific gravity is used.• Mercury is generally used as fluid.
5. 5. Well type manometer• One leg is a simple tube, other leg is a large well.• For small displacement of liquid level in the well there will be a large change in the height of simple tube.
6. 6. Barometer• Principle of working: If one end is at zero absolute pressure then “h” indicates the absolute pressure.• Well type absolute pressure gauge.• Its range is from zero absolute to atmospheric pressure.• High vacuum are not measured.
7. 7. Inclined tube manometer• It is slant manometer.• The angle of measuring leg is about 10⁰.• Inclination is done to improve the sensitivity.• This manometer is used to measure very small pressure difference.
8. 8. Micromanometer• One leg is well type and other leg is inclined tube.• Inclined leg consist magnifier.• Initially both well and inclined legs are at same pressure.• Application of unknown pressure causes meniscus to move towards the reference point.• The difference between initial & final reading gives change in height.
9. 9. Advantages and Disadvantages of ManometerAdvantages Disadvantages• Simple. • Not portable.• Accurate. • Need of accurate levelling.• Good repeatability. • Small range about• Wide range of fluid can be 1000kN/m². used.