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 pdf fileMultiphase Flow Meter Handbook
The need for multiphase flow measurement in the oil and gas production industry has been evident for many years. A number of such meters have been developed during the last few years by research organisations, meter manufacturers, oil & gas production companies and others.

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 pdf fileHANDBOOK OF MULTIPHASE FLOW METERING Revision 2
Multiphase metering, and a handbook for providing the users, manufacturers and others some form of guidelines for handling multiphase flow measurement has been wanted by the industry from the start. The Norwegian Society for Oil and Gas Measurement (NFOGM) first developed a handbook to serve as a guideline and provide a common basis for the in-line multiphase measurement system. With help from the manufacturers and the users the first revision of the handbook was published in 1995.

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 pdf fileSTANDARD HANDBOOK OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING Chp 1 to 3
Petroleum engineering now has its own true classic handbook that reflects the profession’s status as a mature major engineering discipline. Formerly titled the Practical Perroleurn Engineer’s Handbook, by Joseph Zaba and W. ’1’. Doherty (editors), this new, completely updated two-volume set is expanded and revised to give petroleum engineers a com- prehensive source of industry standards and engineering practices. It is packed with the key, practical information and data that petroleum engineers rely upon daily. The result of a fifteen-year effort, this hand- book covers the gamut of oil and gas engineering topics to provide a reliable source of engineering and reference informa- tion for analyzing and solving problems. It also reflects the growing role of natural gas in industrial development by integrating natural gas topics throughout both volumes. More than a dozen leading industry experts- academia and industry-contributed to this two-volume set to provide the best, most comprehensive source of petroleum engineer- ing information available.

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 pdf fileSTANDARD HANDBOOK OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS ENGINEERING Chp 5 to 7
Reservoir Engineering, Production Engineering, This petroleum and natural gas engineering two-volume handbook is written in the spirit of the classic handbooks of other engineering disciplines. The two volumes reflect the importance of the industry its engineers serve (i.e., Standard and Poor’s shows that the fuels sector is the largest single entity in the gross domestic product) and the profession’s status as a mature engineering discipline.

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 pdf fileFlow Handbook
Chapter 1: Basic properties of fluids . 2 Chapter 2: Positive displacement meters 8 Chapter 3: Inferential meters 12 Chapter 4: Oscillatory flow meters . 17 Chapter 5: Differential pressure meters 24 Chapter 6: Electromagnetic flow meters . 35 Chapter 7: Ultrasonic flow meters 45 Chapter 9: Open channel flow measuring . 60 Chapter 10: Common installation practices 66 Chapter 11: Bibliography 69

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 pdf fileMASS METERS FOR LIQUID MEASUREMENT
There are several types of flow meters that respond to the mass of the flowing fluid rather than volume, area, or velocity. Examples of mass flow meters are thermal mass meters, gyroscopic mass meters, angular momentum mass meters, and Coriolis mass meters. This paper will address only the Coriolis flow meter.

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 pdf fileCalibration and Standards in Flow Measurement
1 General Principles 1 2 Gravimetric Calibration of Liquid Flowmeters 2 3 Volumetric Calibration of Liquid Flowmeters 3 4 Calibration of Gas Flowmeters 3 5 Mixed or Multiphase Flowmeters 4 6 In Situ or Field Calibration 5 References 5

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 pdf fileGuide for Flow Measurement
FUNDAMENTALS Flowmetering terms can often seem cryptic. Here are definitions of some of the most commonly used.

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 pdf fileFlow Measurement
• The Flow Pioneers • Flow Sensor Selection • Accuracy vs. Repeatability, Primary Element Options • Pitot Tubes • Variable Area Flowmeters, Positive Displacement Flowmeters • Turbine Flowmeters • Other Rotary Flowmeters, Magnetic Flowmeters • Vortex Flowmeters • Ultrasonic Flowmeters, Coriolis Mass Flowmeters • Thermal Mass Flowmeters • Hot-Wire Anemometers

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 pdf fileORIFICE METERING FUNDAMENTALS
THEORY OF ORIFICE MEASUREMENT The law of conservation of energy applied to a fluid under the condition of steady, uniform flow requires the total energy of the system to remain constant. Therefore, the sum of the potential energy, pressure energy, internal energy, and kinetic energy upstream of a constriction must equal the sum of the potential energy, pressure energy, internal energy, and kinetic energy downstream of the constriction, assuming that no heat has been added or lost.

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