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Flow Conditioner Location Effects in Orifice Flowmeters
Jennifer L. Scott, Charles F. Sindt & Michael A. Lewis. Orifice meters are used extensively to measure the high-volume flow of fluids (such as natural gas) through a pipe. Asymmetric & swirling flows (caused by nearby upstream bends, tees, or constrictions such as a partially closed valve) can make orifice meters inconsistent, so a flow conditioner of one kind or another is generally placed upstream between the meter & its disturbance. This report describes experimental results for 4 kinds of conditioners & 2 sizes of orifice meters, with various sizes of orifice plates & various degrees of roughness, using nitrogen gas.
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