The aneroid gauge:
a. Is small, extremely portable, and not as sensitive to vibration and level as gas
b. May be filled with a variety of media ranging from alcohol to mercury.
Is used when great accuracy and in low pressure systems are needed.
d. Is used when extreme accuracy is essential as well as sensitivity to vibration.
a. May be filled with a variety of media ranging from alcohol to mercury.
b. Are used when great accuracy in low pressure systems are needed.
Are used when extreme accuracy is not essential or in high
pressure systems will suffice.
d. All of the above.
What is/are the principle limitations of the aneroid gauge?
a. Reading them.
d. The nonlinear flow.
What is a critical point on any pressure-measuring device?
a. Location of the hole.
b. Type of hole.
d. Static leg.