Multiphase flow measurement using gamma-based techniques

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2011-03

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Cranfield University

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Thesis or dissertation

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The oil and gas industry need for high performing and low cost multiphase meters is ever more justified given the rapid depletion of conventional oil reserves. This has led oil companies to develop smaller/marginal fields and reservoirs in remote locations and deep offshore, thereby placing great demands for compact and more cost effective soluti8ons of on-line continuous multiphase flow measurement. The pattern recognition approach for clamp-on multiphase measurement employed in this research study provides one means for meeting this need. Cont/d.

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Github

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Gamma densitometry, multiphase flow, multiphase measurement, measurement uncertainty, pattern recognition, flow regime, signal analysis, drift flux, phase inversion

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© Cranfield University 2011. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the written permission of the copyright holder.

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