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How a Coriolis mass flow meter can operate in two-phase (gas/liquid) flow

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It has been well documented over many years that Coriolis mass flow meters are unable to perform well when presented with two-phase (gas/liquid) flow. There are two aspects to the problem: it can be difficult to maintain flowtube oscillation at higher levels of two-phase flow (typically 2-20% of gas by volume), and even at low levels of gas entrainment, where the flowtube continues to resonate, mass flow errors can be severe. This paper provides an overview of how to provide good Coriolis mas...

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Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
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Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
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Oxford, MPLS, Engineering Science
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The International Society of Automation Publisher's website
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ISA Technical Papers
Publication date:
2004-12-05
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pubs:430740
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uri:8fb8db12-d9dc-4b19-9f9e-0c0f91e012a9
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