Coriolis mass flow metering is known to be accurate for steady,single phase flows.Current research within the UK is examining the dynamic response of coriolis meters and improving their two-phase flow performance. In joint research between the Univerisities of Brunel and Oxford, the sources of measurement delay have been analysed,and a new transmitter has been developed with a deadtime of 16ms.High measurement precision allows short batching of <0.4s duration with 1% repeatability. Two-phase flow research between the Universities of Cranfield and Oxford have produced a coriolis meter which can maintain operation at high levels of gas void fraction (GVF).On-line techniques have been developed to provide corrections to mass flow and density errors.
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Jan 2005|
- Coriolis metering
- Dynamic response of coriolis meters
- Two-phase flo
- GVF level