Coriolis mass flow measuring principle
A Mass Flow Meter operating on the "Coriolis principle" contains a vibrating tube in which a fluid flow causes changes in frequency, phase shift or amplitude. The sensor signal is fed into the integrally mounted pc-board. The resulting output signal is strictly proportional to the real mass flow rate, whereas thermal mass flow meters are dependent of the physical properties of the fluid. Coriolis mass flow measurement is fast and very accurate.