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Title: Multiphase Flow In Coriolis Mass Flow Meters - Error Sources And Best Practices
Author: Joel Weinstein
Source: 2010 North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop
Year Published: 2010
Abstract: Coriolis mass flow meters are used throughout the oil and gas industry, from upstream allocation and net oil measurement to custody transfer of pipeline quality oil. Coriolis meters have an inherent advantage over volumetric meters in measuring pure liquid quantities in applications involving liquids with entrained gas because the mass flow rate of an aerated mixture is close to that of the liquid flow rate. Likewise, volumetric meters may be preferred for measurement of wet gas, as the volumetric flow rate of a wet gas is close to that of the gas flow rate, which is typically the desired quantity. With that in mind, multiphase flow in the context of this paper refers to any mixture of two or more components in which the base phase is a liquid. This includes bubbly liquids, particle-laden flows, slurries, emulsions, and multi-liquid mixtures.




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