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Effect of Pulsating and Swirling Natural Gas Fl...

SKU: GRI-05/0220
Effect of Pulsating and Swirling Natural Gas Flow on Ultrasonic and Coriolis Meters

This project evaluated the effects of flow characteristics and installation variables on the accuracy of five commercially available ultrasonic flow meters and one Coriolis mass flow meter.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Final Report
Report Period
11/01 - 11/02
Corporate Source
NOVA Research and Technology Centre, Calgary, AB
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Des Plaines, IL
Pagination
143p
Product Media
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Summary:
This project evaluated the effects of flow characteristics and installation variables on the accuracy of five commercially available ultrasonic flow meters and one Coriolis mass flow meter. Meters tested were: 8-inch, Kongsberg, multi-path ultrasonic meter; 8-inch, Instromet, single-path ultrasonic meter; 8-inch, Instromet, multi-path ultrasonic meter; 8-inch, Daniel, single-path ultrasonic meter; 8-inch, Daniel, multi-path ultrasonic meter; and 6-inch, Endress+Hauser, Coriolis mass flow meter. Gas flow measurement engineers can use the results of this work to evaluate their ultrasonic and Coriolis meter installations and design them to avoid conditions that would compromise flow measurement accuracy.
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