In recent years there has been growing interest on the dynamic response of flowmeters in general  and that of Coriolis massflow meters in particular. Research carried out at Brunel University (UK) has developed a good model of the dynamic response of the Coriolis flowtube , while workers at Oxford University (UK) have devised novel digital Coriolis transmitter technology with a good dynamic response . Foxboro’s commercial version of the Oxford transmitter has worked well in a number of difficult industrial applications . This paper outlines some of the factors influencing the dynamic response of Coriolis meters, based on a joint research project between Oxford and Brunel, funded by the UK Government. Illustrations are provided from an industrial application and lab trials with batch times as short as 31ms.
|Title of host publication||Technical Papers of ISA|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|