Definition of velocimeter in English:

velocimeter

Syllabification: ve·lo·cim·e·ter
Pronunciation: /ˌveləˈsimitər, ˌvēlə-
 
/

noun

An instrument for measuring velocity.
More example sentences
  • In-plane vibrometers measure movements perpendicular to the beam axis, similar to the laser surface velocimeter.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Latin velox, veloc- 'swift' + -meter.

Derivatives

velocimetry

noun
More example sentences
  • Laser Doppler velocimetry has been successfully applied to the measurement of speeds of everything from blood corpuscles to rolled steel.
  • In the type of ultrasound examination called Doppler velocimetry, a hand-held transducer uses sound waves to measure patterns of fetal blood flow.
  • In countries outside the United States, Doppler flow velocimetry is used to monitor uteroplacental blood flow.

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