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Part Number: MSP430FR6043
GAS flow measurements are performed on a pipe with 200-kHz, 400-kHz, and 500-kHz transducers available from Jiakang, Hurricane, CeramTec, and Audiowell.
How do different frequencies affect measurements?Which frequency has the best accuracy theoretically?
And where to download the 3D printable pipe design?
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In reply to Cash Hao11:
I have downloaded the above pipe design from TI.
But I can not find the below pipe design,
I need the below 3D pipe design , thanks.
In reply to user5137323:
You can try this one.jk_500kHz_windowed.stl
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