December 2015 Vol. 242, No. 12

TechNotes

Xodus, TNO Enter Phase 2 of Multiphase Flow Research

International energy consultancy Xodus Group and the Dutch company TNO have completed the first phase of a pioneering joint industry project (JIP) into the dynamic forces that affect the integrity of piping systems, in particular through multiphase flow. The second phase of the project, which is expected to be run across three stages, is now open for new participants to join. Eight companies were involved in the first phase of the project: BP, Statoil, Total, Suncor, Shell, Lundin, Aker Solutions and FMC. TNO carried out the bulk of the test work at their facilities in The Netherlands, while Xodus managed the program and developed CFD schemes to be able to reproduce the measured results. B

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