Ultrasonic, turbine, Coriolis, and differential meters are commonly used to measure the flow rate of gas for billing and other purposes. Some of these flow meters are used without a flow calibration specific to the working fluid. This practice may reduce the initial installation investment, but may prove costly for the user over the life of the meter. In most applications, there are significant financial benefits and risk reductions that can be realized by flow calibrating a meter. Flow calibrations are performed using one or more master meters to characterize the meter so that corrections can be implemented either within the meter itself or within an external flow computer.
This free webinar will present examples of the flow calibration process and results for different technology meters for natural gas measurement in applications with elevated pressure.
Presenter: Terry Grimley.
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