July 2010 Vol. 237 No. 7


Solving The Wet Gas Flow Measurement Challenge

One of the biggest problems encountered in measuring natural gas flows occurs when liquids flow with the gas. Traditional gas meters are not designed to cope with such wet gas flows. The main issues when dealing with wet gas flows include (1) knowing how wet the gas is, (2) knowing how wet gas affects flow measurement and (3) knowing what systems exist to correctly measure the wet gas flow. Wet gas flow metering is of increasing importance to the natural gas production industry. Therefore, wet gas flow testing facilities are also of increasing importance to the industry. State-of-the-art wet gas flow testing facilities allow the research and development and verification of wet g

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