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2017 European Flow Measurement Workshop & 2017 Metrology for LNG Workshop Publications

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Metrology For LNG/ European Flow Measurement Workshop
Author(s): Cees Dikker
Abstract/Introduction:
Early 1900s there were various petroleum retailers Low quality fuels Engine failure Volumes sold varied often disadvantageous for the customer Result: Low customer confidence in fuel custody transfer Key differentiation for a retailer: customer trust Introduction of sight glasses Visual check of the volume received Clarity of the fuel (quality).
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Document ID: 285E905E

The Challenge Ship-To-Ship Sts Transfer
Author(s): H-P Visser Terry Williams
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To prove a reliable and accurate vaporization of the ASAP LNG Phazer at 0,9 Barg LNG line pressure
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Document ID: 47683489

LNG According To ISO, Oiml And Mid
Author(s): Marc Schmidt
Abstract/Introduction:
Legal Metrology and Gaming Testing, certification, verification and calibration Notified Body and Issuing Authority (national, EU, OIML) Turnover 12,5 million Euro 100% Market 130 employees Located in Dordrecht, UK, Italy, Japan, Canada
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Document ID: F9C1F129

New Technologies For LNG Measurement
Author(s): Na
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1.Natural gas 2.Metering challenges 3.Ultrasonic 4.Coriolis 5.Installation considerations 6.Calibration
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Document ID: FFDD1D79

Products Solutions Services Long Term Stability Of Coriolis Flowmeters In Cryogenic Fluids
Author(s): Kyle Kergen
Abstract/Introduction:
Benefits of Coriolis meters in cryogenic fluids Temperature compensation Applicability of water calibration factors Road tanker filling at Linde Gas Measurement and long term stability results New Coriolis technology for cryogenic fluids
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Document ID: E3DBAA40

Using Coriolis Meters On LNG Trucks
Author(s): Anders Andersson
Abstract/Introduction:
Use of LNG is increasing also in Scandinavia and the infrastructure is growing. Picture show LNG tank built in Nynashamn, outside Stockholm. Terminals have been built/ are under construction in several places.
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Document ID: 8C1BBE1B

LNG Measurement For Small Scale Applications: Static Vs. Dynamic Systems
Author(s): F. Javier Lezaun Susana Sanz
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Major international player as a result of our technological expertise, gas infrastructure construction skills, highly effective operations and maintenance programs and sound financial structure.
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Document ID: 4596FE08

Experience From LNG Flow Tests For Ship-To-Ship Transfer And Bunkering
Author(s): Huib Blokland Bas Van Den Beemt Peter Liptroth Jesper Van Der Putte
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Flow measurement systems are being introduced in small scale LNG transfer Safe transfer of LNG is essential for ships and trucks Current transfer and bunker solutions are not standardized.
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Document ID: 113E1B07

Preliminary Design Of Nims LNG Flowrate Primary Standard
Author(s): Liang Zhang Tao Meng
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In 2016, China consume 150 million tons of natural gas. 24 million tons imported LNG (5 million is transported in LNG status), 8 million tons local made LNG About 21% of natural gas have been traded through LNG.
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Document ID: FA2873DD

NIST/CEESI LN2 Calibration System
Author(s): Thomas Kegel
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Compressed Gas Association (CGA): model code for cryogenic fluid flow metering (1967) California: code for cryogenic fluid measurement devices becomes law (1968) Instrument Society of America (ISA): ad-hoc committee provides extensive review and definition of national needs for cryogenic measurements and standards (1967) NBS facility into operation (early 1970s)
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Document ID: B9AE6C94

The VSL LNG Research And Calibration Facility
Author(s): Mijndertvan Der Beek Oswin Kerkhof Dushyant Parkhi Nikola Pellevic Gertjan Kok Peter Lucas Rens Van Den Brink Erik Smits Gerard Blom
Abstract/Introduction:
First primary standard for flowing LNG is realized, Qmax 5 kg/s. Uncertainty: 0.120.15% Must be improved (0.10% within reach) Gained much experience safely operating LNG! 3 CFM, deviations from watercal: 0.1% 0.5% Also applicable for larger flow meters? Upscaling to a larger facility!
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Document ID: DDB4176D

Thermodynamic Properties Of Liquefied Natural Gases
Author(s): m. Thol R. Lentner C. Tietz R. Kleinrahm R. Span m. Richter
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Research on LNG Properties at RUB Measurements on Liquefied Natural Gases (LNG) Multi component mixtures Binary mixtures Equations of State Enhanced revised Klosek-McKinley equation (eRKM) Binary mixtures Multi component mixtures.
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Document ID: 261DCEFF

Miniaturized Gas Composition Sensor For Natural Gas And Biogas
Author(s): Arjen Boersma Jorgen Sweelssen Huib Blokland
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The challenges Ever increasing level in legal and consumer spec limitations More and more stringent product specs High first time right % essential Changing recipes (in same installation) Perfect full process control necessary ( track & trace etc.) And this with High fluctuations in raw material composition Plants build for Food and Feed now produce IFT/Pharma grade Limited history in the company on Process control
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Document ID: E318C2CA

Next Level Of Standards Needed In The Ift Industry Process Technology @ Frieslandcampina
Author(s): Karel Horn
Abstract/Introduction:
The challenges Ever increasing level in legal and consumer spec limitations More and more stringent product specs High first time right % essential Changing recipes (in same installation) Perfect full process control necessary ( track & trace etc) And this with High fluctuations in raw material composition Plants build for Food and Feed now produce IFT/Pharma grade Limited history in he company on Process control
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Document ID: 150FFCD6

Metrological Life Cycle Management Theory And Practice
Author(s): Wim Volmer Rene Stoelinga
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Turns out to be Custody Transfer / Taxation Poor Installation Fluid Composition (billing based on Energy / Mass / Density, instead of Volume) No re-calibration / maintenance options - 1 Large meter (too large for re-calibration) instead of multiple parallel meters - No redundancy / spares - No prover connections Installation modification expensive!
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Document ID: 951265D5

Cost Saving Metering Station Maintenance For Allocation Systems
Author(s): Ranveig N. Bjrk Astrid Marie Skalvik Camilla Stre Armin Pobitzer
Abstract/Introduction:
Definitions: -Metering station -Maintenance Measurement uncertainty Field allocation uncertainty Risk of loss due to misallocation Risk-cost-benefit analysis example : Investigating changes to maintenance strategy and the effect on economic risk.
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Document ID: 7204D9D7

A Review Of Sonic Nozzle Operation, Uses Of Sonic Nozzles In The Metering Industry
Author(s): Blaine Sawchuck
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Nozzle Review -Subsonic -Supersonic Over range protection CPA range extension CPA stepped nozzle How to specify a nozzle throat diameter AGA -6
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Document ID: 9823C61A

The Importance Of Calibrating At Service Conditions Pressure-, Temperature, Viscosity & Reynolds Number Effects
Author(s): Chris Mills
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What has that got to do with flow measurement? Operating conditions can vary dramatically from calibration conditions UK Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) Guidelines
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Document ID: 00B0E29A

Making The Most Of On- Site Work By Starting With A Proper Paper Review
Author(s): Erik Smits
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A (metrological) paper review of a metering system can include many review aspects like design of pipe work, calculations done by the system, measurement uncertainty evaluation. The focus for this presentation is manly on the following items: - How can we pre calculated the measurement uncertainty for gross volume (as an example) to be sure that the requested accuracy and/or tolerance(s) for the LACT system is achieved? -Do we update the pre -calculated values at the moment that the system is operated? Do we maintain updated calculation during the life cycle of the system?
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Document ID: 4751C80C

Additional Benefits Clamp- On Ultrasonic Flowmeters Can Add To Operation Processes And Safety
Author(s): NA
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Individual path Flow Velocity Sound speed Signal Amplitude / Gain SNR SCNR VariTime(Turbulenz) VariAmp Path differences for all values Trends over time
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Document ID: 1DD2155D

Venturi Vs. Ultrasonic Meters The- Heretical Unauthorized Version
Author(s): Gary Fish
Abstract/Introduction:
USMs are marketed as offering four main benefits over Venturimeters: 1.Larger turndown 2.Lower permanent pressure loss 3.The most comprehensive diagnostics system 4.Lower flow rate prediction uncertainty
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Document ID: 7974B034

32 Beam USM At CEESI Oil Calibration Facility
Author(s): Terry Cousins Denis Laurent Julien Porre
Abstract/Introduction:
Proving challenges With relatively small Volume Time of prove at high speed Meter non linearity at low end Existing Meter correction (previous adjustment, linearization,...) Installation effect Loop conditions stability -Flowrate, (fluctuations, pulsating flow,swirl , velocity profile ) -Temperature, -Pressure.
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Document ID: 795A52F9

Liquid Usm Path Configurations Chasing... The Unicorn
Author(s): Tom Ballard
Abstract/Introduction:
Chasing the Unicorn 3 A legendary creature that has been described since antiquity as a beast with a single large, pointed, spiraling horn projecting from its forehead...(Wikipedia) In folklore... representation of strength, a magical elusive creature.. In flow measurement -the perfect flow meter?
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Document ID: B620318C

Testing ISO/TR 11583 Outside Its Range Of Applicability: Areas For Possible Improvement
Author(s): Michael Reader-Harris Emmelyn Graham Claire Forsyth
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ISO/TR 11583 -covers two -phase wet-gas flow through Venturi tubes and orifice plates -has now been in use for about five years -works well within its range of applicability (Reader) -Harris (NSFMW, 2012) and van Putten et al. (NSFMW, 2016)) This presentation describes two tests outside its range of applicability: a Venturi tube in three -phase flow an orifice plate of 0.75
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Document ID: D27AE064


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