Transient thermal response of a hotwire anemometer

@inproceedings{Morris2003TransientTR,
  title={Transient thermal response of a hotwire anemometer},
  author={Scott C Morris and J. F. Foss},
  year={2003}
}
The ability of a thermal anemometry system to accurately measure unsteady fluid velocity depends on the electrical control system as well as the thermal properties of the sensor. The present work is a numerical study of the thermal transient response of a hot-wire. A conventional constant temperature anemometer with an ideal feedback amplifier as well as a pulse width modulated system were used to model the electrical current supplied to the sensor to maintain a nominally constant sensor… CONTINUE READING

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