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Title: Fluid Flow Measurement Using Insertion Turbine Meters
Author: Donald E. Davis
Source: 1990 International Symposium on Fluid Flow Measurement
Year Published: 1990
Abstract: There are many different types of flow measurement devices now available to the user. One of these devices is the Insertion Turbine Flowmeter. This type meter can be installed through an isolation valve into an active pipeline without line shutdown. It measures both liquids and gases accurately with minimum cost. The Insertion Turbine meter can be used in line sizes from 38mm (1 1/2 inches to 1.219m (4 feet), and offers special advantages, such as internal RTD, for measurement of line temperature, pressure tap for measurement of line pressure and bi-directional flow measurement. All this is accomplished with only one pipeline entry.