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2014 European Flow Measurement Workshop: Ultrasonic & Coriolis Metering Publications

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Effect Of Reynolds Number In Coriolis Flow Measurement
Author(s): Christof Huber Michael Nuber Martin Anklin
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In Hydrocarbon measurement changing process conditions are the norm. Studies with highly viscous fluids have indicated there may be a shift i the calibration factor of Coriolis mass flow meters.
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Factors Affecting Coriolis Flowmeters
Author(s): Chris Mills
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NEL VISCOSITY / REYNOLDS NO TEMPERATURE & PRESSURE TWO PHASE OIL & GAS CONCLUSIONS
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On Line Conditioned Based Maintenance Of Gas Ultrasonic Flow Meters
Author(s): Stephen Peterson Jan Peters
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Combined business unit of: - Shell UK Exploration & Production (Shell) - Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij B.V. (NAM) ! Area of operations is the Southern North Sea (Europe) ! Operational Asset Management by NAM ! NAM is a 50/50 joint venture from Shell/ExxonMob
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Comprehensive Survey Of Coriolis Gas Calibration Results
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Natural Gas Applications Surrogate fluid calibration Water Air Effect of compressibility? Second order meter effects Differential producers Turbine meters Coriolis
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Influence Of Regulator Noise On Ultrasonic Meters - A Review
Author(s): Toralf Dietz Claus Girschik Volker Herrman
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Explain potential influence of regulator noise on USM What is regulator noise? How can it be reduced? What measures are implemented in the USMs? Some tests Practical experiences platform Underground storage Terranet regulator station Are USMs immun against noise? What kind of application security do we have?
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Bunkering, A Metrological Nightmare
Author(s): Wim Volmer
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What is Bunkering? Pre-Coriolis Bunkering Today Future
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Linearity Of Coriolis Mass Flowmeters
Author(s): Dean Standiford
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Purpose To answer the customers question, How do I know the output from my Coriolis flow meter is valid beyond the calibrated mass flow range? Scope: High Capacity Coriolis flow meters 6, 8, 10 25% of maximum flow range Based on water calibration
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Calibration Of Prover Tanks Using A Coriolis Mass Flow Meter As The Master Meter. Is This Possible For Pipe Prover Calibration Too?
Author(s): Erik Smits
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NEW VSL Conditioning plate! It is not based on Reynolds! Is based on the Golden Ratio! Will be named after the inventors: The van der Beek / Smits plate or VDBSP Is beyond all doubt! You all have at least one with you today! And you are already looking at the design
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Systematic Effects Using CFD Analysis And End User Practice
Author(s): F. Javier Lezaun Antonio Gomez Bruque Mario J.Miana Maria Garcia Borja Fats
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Border Station in Almeria (South-east Spain) Unidirectional connection to MEDGAZ (natural gas from Algeria 6 BCM / 70 TWh in 2013 4 x 16 metering runs: Redundant 2xUSM E-I QSonic-4C. Q max : 11,800 m 3 /h. Double pressure and temperature transmitters (Rosemount), and one flow computer (E-I FC2000), per USM Two gas chromatographs (E-I Encal3000), delivering gas composition to F.C. E-I Supervisory system connected to F.C. and G.C. Each metering package: FC + 10D spool + USM1 Pay/Duty + 3D spool + USM2 Check, calibrated at 62 bar in Westerbork (NL), in 2010
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Coriolis Master Metering
Author(s): Aart Pruysen
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Economical reasons to use Coriolis meter as reference Requirements for a master meter Different applications of Coriolis master metering
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Accuracy And Long-Term Stability Of Ultrasonic Gas Meters At Varying Operating Pressures And Different Liquid Loadings - Field Experience
Author(s): Jrg Wenzel Theo Warmenhoven Alexander Jakschik Dr. Volker Herrmann
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High demands on metering technology: - ! Offshore ambient conditions - ! Reduced accessibility for maintenance Changing process conditions USM emerging in production segment High turn-down ratio No pressure drop Low maintenance Diagnostic capabilities Proven long-term stability
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Document ID: 918280F5

Fluxys Border Stations Equiped With Ultrasonic And Turbine Meters In Series
Author(s): Laurent Cordie
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Multi-line Measuring system to ensure operational flexibility The meter runs are ideally located between separate collector Two independents Measuring systems in series to insure reliability the average of both systems is used for invoicing purpose Two different flow meter technologies to reduce uncertainty Ultrasonic and turbine meters in series
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LNG Primary Flow Standards Out Of Space Dreaming?
Author(s): Mijndert Van Der Beek Gerard Blom Oswinkerkhof Gertjankok Peter Lucas Maria Mirzaei Erik Smits
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he research leading to the results discussed in this slide pack has received funding from the European Metrology Research Programme (EMRP)
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Adjustment Procedures And Their Corresponding Uncertainties
Author(s): Jos Van Der Grinten
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Adjustment methods (correction) Linear adjustment Polynomial adjustment Piecewise linear or multipoint adjustment Ultrasonic meters allow methods in combination Question: most accurate procedure? Residues Uncertainties
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Reduction The Impact Of Thermal Expansion Coefficient On The Crude Oil Quantity Calculation Using Coriolis Flow Meter
Author(s): Hamid.M Twaty
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The effect of volume corr ections factors on crude oil quantity determination is extremely important due to the loss or profit of the quantity. Volume correction factors that used on the quantity calculations are published by ASTM , these factors were derived from a set of samples in the world .and the samples have been supplied an d individual physically studied by NBS to show the behavior of crude oils and to determine the coefficient of thermal expansion (alpha) for each crude sample
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Plate Waveguide Ultrasonic Transducer System
Author(s): m. Laws S. N. Ramadas S. m. Dixon L. C. Lynnworth
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!!#%& & CIU Centre for Industrial Ultrasonics 3 Flowlab facilities Material preparation room Transducer assembly and characterisation lab Includes phased array system, impedance analyser, laser interferometer, water tank, microphones .etc. Flow rig Access to facilities for active piezoelectric material development, electronics, software development, CFD etc
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Gusm Installation Effects Test Results
Author(s): John Lansing
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Diagnostic Analysis Of Velocity Profile Using An 8-path Gas Ultrasonic Meter
Author(s): Dr Gregor Brown
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The original promise of gas USMs was that they would deliver the benefits of being non- intrusive and low maintenance ! However, with experience, use of flow conditioning has become very common ! There is an underlying assumption in the early multipath designs that each path supplies a measure of axial velocity
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Challenges In Ultrasonic Flare Meter Field Installations
Author(s): Mart Gloudemans Sebastian Stoof Sven Holzbacher
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Waste gas from chemical and petrochemical processes Associated Petroleum Gas from oil exploratio
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Evelopment Of A Microflow Primary Standard - Ipq Medd - Metrology For Drug Delivery
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With the development of science and nanotechnology, the measurement of fluid flow quantities is getting smaller, in the order of microliter per minute or even nanoliter per minute. ! In order to provide traceability to industry and laboratories, in such fields as health, biotechnology, engineering and physics, it was identified the need of developing primary standards for microflow measurement. ! In the scope of the EMRP project MeDD , a new standard for micro flow measurements was developed at the Portuguese Institute for Quality
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A Comparison Of Ultrasonic And Pd Flow- Meters Installed In Crude Oil Measurement At Zawai Terminal
Author(s): Ali Alsaadi
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In 2002 Akakus Oil Operation Company commenced a project to investigate the use of Ultrasonic flow meters in crude oil measurement for custody transfer purpose by installing one 20 Khrone Altosonic V flow meter in series with existing 10 positive displacement flow meters size 12
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Two Methods For Measuring Large Volume Of LNG: Usm Vs Custody Transfer Handbook
Author(s): ngel Benito
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pril 2011 - April 2013 Suitable scenario only in 12 unloadings Two comparisons: USM-Terminal tank & USM-LNG carrier
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Oil & Gas Development Of Testing Guidelines And Correction Algorithm For Ultrasonic Flow Meters In Wet Gas Applications
Author(s): Dennis Van Putten Henk Riezebos
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Main drivers for USM wet gas field application: Proven track record for accurate fiscal metering purposes in dry gas Generic design well equipped for wet gas field development: Large range-ability as compared to dp flow technologies Nearly full bore and negligible differential pressure Continuous improvement of USM design for wet gas environments (geometry, diagnostics) US clamp-on technologies developments USMs are already used widely in wet gas applications, but: No generic test guidelines or qualification program for USMs in wet gas No agreed correction algorithm for gas volume flow w.r.t. wetness fractio
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Optimize With Optimass
Author(s): Hassan Al-Rawni
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Theory of operation Density 13 Coriolis mass flow meters May 2011 Coriolis mass flowmeter Independent density measurement Hookes law spring equation k Spring constant m Spring system mass f Resonant frequency of the spring mass system Mass attached to a spring Mass reduces, frequency increases Mass increases, frequency reduces Resonant frequency (f) depends on mass of spring system
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Results Of Several Tests And Field Applications Of Us Clamp-On Meters
Author(s): Lennart Van Luijk Henk Riezebo
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Who we are (you might know us already) Goals and requirements for metering Toolbox with verification measurements Test results Audits + Field verification measurements: Energy measurements comparison Reproducibility tests in-field Field installation for 26 weeks - performance evaluation
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A Review Of A Four-Channel Clamp-On Ultrasonic Flowmeter
Author(s): Bernhard Funck Peter Liptro
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Introduction Flow profile influences Compensation with a multi channel flowmeter CFD-Analysis Laboratory tests
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Coriolis And Ultrasonic Meters, What Else?
Author(s): Dow Terneuzen
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Coriolis mass meters What has changed last 30 years SAme for Ultrasonic? Applications Applications Limits Whats next?
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Watch Out For The Iceberg!
Author(s): Remco Van Den Berg
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Requirements of flow metering Mathematics in uncertainty calculation Real life applications Meet up to the requirements
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The Reynolds Number Correction Of Liquid Ultrasonic Meters And Coriolis Meters
Author(s): Terry Cousins
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We have to remember that in Liquid Custody Transfer Measurement we are looking for 0.1%s This may be a claimed value. ! This may be an aspiration value. It may even be a believed value After 45 years I now know that it is a notional value. The slightest twitch in procedures, installation, design, change in fluid properties etc. will destroy that notion. It is therefore necessary to consider all the aspects of a meter that go into the final performance of a meter - this presentation considers one of them REYNOLDS NUMBER
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Methodology For Liquid Ultrasonic Flow Measurement Within The Laminar To Turbulent Transitional Zone
Author(s): Dave Seiler
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the API classifies heavy oil as crudes with a gravity below 22.3 AP although variously defined, the upper limit for heavy oil is 22 API gravity with a minimum viscosity of 100 cp ( centipoise Heavy oil deposits around the world share only one characteristic: they are challenging to produce The easy crude oil is becoming harder to find
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Installation Effects On Ultrasonic Flow Meters For Liquids Phase
Author(s): Jan G. Drenthe
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Accuracy depends on: ! Acoustic path configuration The number of paths The calculation schedule of individual paths Major issues are: Erratic flow profile changes in the Transition region Profile distortions Temperature stability Most manufacturers only state the accuracy for Reynolds 8.000
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Oil With Water Flow Metering Initial Results From A 4 Coriolis Meter
Author(s): Richard Steven Tom Kegel Terry Cousins
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The necessity to meter oil production with high water cut has grown over the past few years. Measurement without separation is often favoured for economic reasons. It would be reasonable to treat oil with water flow as a two-phase flow, & expect multiphase flow metering uncertianties
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Liquid Ultrasonic Flow Calibration
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High Accuracy Metering Applications Custody Transfer and Fiscal Measurement: Lots of money is at stake Leak Detection: Pipeline Integrity is critical Allocation: Companies and their assets are audited
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Microprocessor Based Measurement Devices - Who Maintains Metrological Software Control And How Would I Know ?
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he compliance of any Software Controlled Measurement Device to MID, OIML R117 - 1, OIML D31 and WELMEC 7.2 Particularly in flow computers, the movement away from embedded Software/Firmware towards PC Tools and the compilation of the Firmware by the user and subsequent download to the measurement device and its impact on the above Standards
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3/29/2014 1 Fluid Flow Conditioning
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Why do we want to use flow conditioners then? Can eliminate up to 80 - 90% of pipeline swirl. Restore flow profile symmetry and eliminate distortions. Isolates the flow meter from upstream disturbances. Allows much shorter meter runs to be used with much higher repeatability. Improves the benefits of many USM diagnostics by providing flow stabilty. Helps with noise or pulsation problems. Helps balance the pressure, velocity and flow rate of meter tubes running in parallel. They UNLOAD the flow meter, helping it become even more accurate.
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Oiml And ISO Perturbation Testing For Type Approval
Author(s): Martin Schlebach Jacob Freeke
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Outline Standards Pipe configuration examples Used meter and equipment Tests & Results CFD versus actual results Final Results Whats next Conclusions
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