Evaluation of coriolis mass flow meters under real-life operating conditions

D. B. Obradovic, George Vradis, M. V. Otugen

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Abstract

The performance of Coriolis mass flow meters subjected to external vibrations similar to those encountered in field operations was studied experimentally. The two models of the mass flow meters studied were from a single manufacturer which are extensively used in high pressure gas applications. The working fluid used was air. The range of parameters studied, the mass flow rate, gas pressure and vibrational frequencies, correspond to those experienced by such flow meters under realistic working condition in Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) filling stations, as determined through an on-site monitoring program of NGV fueling stations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)421-426
Number of pages6
JournalUnknown Journal
Volume239
StatePublished - 1996

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Natural gas vehicles
Natural Gas
Evaluation
Filling stations
Fueling
Vibrational spectra
Gases
Flow Rate
Vibration
Flow rate
Monitoring
Fluid
Fluids
Air
Range of data
Life
Gas
Model

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Obradovic, D. B., Vradis, G., & Otugen, M. V. (1996). Evaluation of coriolis mass flow meters under real-life operating conditions. Unknown Journal, 239, 421-426.

Evaluation of coriolis mass flow meters under real-life operating conditions. / Obradovic, D. B.; Vradis, George; Otugen, M. V.

In: Unknown Journal, Vol. 239, 1996, p. 421-426.

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Obradovic, DB, Vradis, G & Otugen, MV 1996, 'Evaluation of coriolis mass flow meters under real-life operating conditions', Unknown Journal, vol. 239, pp. 421-426.
Obradovic, D. B. ; Vradis, George ; Otugen, M. V. / Evaluation of coriolis mass flow meters under real-life operating conditions. In: Unknown Journal. 1996 ; Vol. 239. pp. 421-426.
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