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Industrial flow measurement

By Michael Anthony Crabtree


This thesis discusses the intrinsic worth of a published work, ‘Industrial Flow\ud Measurement’ (Appendix A), a handbook written and revised by the author over a\ud period of 30 years. The author first discusses the need to measure flow and then\ud moves on to the raison d’être of the handbook before looking at a brief history of flow\ud measurement. Although not claiming that any single attribute of the handbook is\ud unique, the author nonetheless postulates that because it incorporates several\ud distinctive features, at a number of different levels, these agents combine to make it\ud one-of-a- kind.\ud \ud \ud The author moves on to an overview of existing flow metering technologies discussed\ud within the handbook. Finally, he looks at what he considers is a major gap in the\ud collected body of knowledge – the field of multiphase and water-cut metering and\ud provides a justification, not only for its inclusion in the future but for future\ud investigation

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