Jesse Yoder, Flow Research


Energy, Power October 1, 2000

Raising the Bar for Primary Elements

New measurement technologies are flowing through the stream measurement marketplace. New flowmeters such as ultrasonic, vortex, and Coriolis are causing a fundamental shift in the market away from traditional technologies and towards the new technologies. User concerns with reliability, cost of ownership, maintenance requirements, and improved accuracy are driving these changes.

By Jesse Yoder, Flow Research
Process Instrumentation and Sensors April 1, 2000

Making Contact with Temperature

Temperature is among the most—if not the most—measured of physical variables. However, defining temperature is not so easy. Humans primarily experience temperature as a feeling or sensation of hotness or coldness.The temperature that we experience is an objective quality we feel as hot or cold.

By Jesse Yoder, Flow Research
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