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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of manometers

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of manometers:
/mɑnɑmətɹ̩z/

Derived Form of manometers

noun
root word: manometer
plural: manometers
verb
root word: manometer
Noun: manometer
1
a pressure gauge for comparing pressures of a gas
Type ofpressure gage*, pressure gauge*,
Typestensimeters,

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  1. the central screen that houses 3 Nanni Diesel manometers to check
  2. This is the filter and we can have different manometers to measure the head loss at different
  3. and then we are seen the manometers then automatic measurements equipments like burden gage.
  4. of the good example is mercury in glass manometers all of you are familiar with. How
  5. small range, suppose I can calibrate with some standard mercury in glass manometers.
  6. Now, typical range for this U tube manometers it range from, starting from the actually
  7. well type manometer or it is called the system manometers. So, well type manometer
  8. large, so change of height, because you see in the, all U tube manometers we have seen
  9. Now, we have another manometer which is called inclined tube manometers or draft
  10. Now, all these manometers as you know is basically indicating sort of instruments as I
  11. manometers, we are using u tube manometer, we are using some differential pressure
  12. later; mercury in glass manometers are few examples of second order system. Now,
  13. A set of joysticks, manometers,
  14. Elbow fitting, gate valve fitting and metri fitting. There is also set of manometers
  15. connected to the system and there is air connector valve to control the height of the manometers
  16. Now, remove the hose, and open the valve slowly to allow air to come through the manometers until you get your height (100-200 mm).
  17. and note that all the manometers heights are the same when there is no flow rate.. I mean
  18. Then take the readings of the manometers heights
  19. Which is where manometers and barometers come in.
  20. Then, we covered how manometers and barometers measure pressure.