We are pleased to announce that Scottish Water has joined our research project which looks at the measurement uncertainty of large diameter flow meters.
Regardless of sector or size, the Covid-19 pandemic has had a detrimental impact on UK business. To provide support, BEIS enlisted the experts of the UK National Measurement System to deliver the Measurement for Recovery programme, bringing tangible benefits to hundreds of companies across the UK.
Each month, we share our expertise related to a specific flow measurement theme. This month, our Flow Focus is on our Elevated Pressure and Temperature (EPAT) Oil Calibration Facility.
An interview with Harry Clark, Facility Lead for the Elevated Pressure and Temperature Facility.
In this webinar, Dr Chris Mills highlights the influence of elevated temperatures, pressures and viscosities on flow measurement and will describe the correct methodology for calibrating Coriolis meters for these conditions.
The EPAT facility allows customers to test equipment at close to field conditions and replicate the effect of high pressure and temperature on instrument performance. The facility has two separate flow lines, covering a wide range of flow rates in different line sizes.
This report covers the measurement uncertainty budget for the EPAT oil flow facility.
This document provides the details of an intra-comparison undertaken between two oil calibration facilities at TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory. This report details the comparison between the EPAT system and the National Standards oil flow facility secondary reference master meters.
Read Dr Chris Mills’ journal paper on calibrating and operating Coriolis meters which was published in Flow Measurement and Instrumentation Journal.
A year on from the first UK lockdown, at that time few could have envisaged the scale of the impact on business. However, a more positive outlook is beginning to evolve for the oil and gas industry.
As the EU moves away from its dependency on fossil fuel, hydrogen will play a key role in our future energy systems, and for delivering on the aim set out in the European Green Deal of achieving carbon-neutrality in the EU by 2050.
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