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,QWURGXFWLRQ The Gibson method, or pressure-time method, for flow measurements in closed conduits was proposed in 1923 by Normal Rothwell Gibson [1]. The method is based on the Newton’s Second Law of Motion. The force on a mass of water is related to the change in momentum as the mass desaccelerates. To apply the method, the difference in pressure between… (More)

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