Identify anomalies among base prover volumes of bidirectional prover

C.N. Bhatasana, Saudi Aramco

It is important to accurately measure hydrocarbon commodities transferred through pipelines or marine terminals at the point where ownership of the commodity is transferred. To ensure accurate measurement, it is essential to quantify and adjust for the performance of flowmeters (e.g., turbine meters, ultrasonic meters, Coriolis meters) for the variations in the characteristics of fluid, operating process conditions, etc. In the oil and gas industry, it is well-established to use a prover that provides a meter factor (MF) to facilitate defensible and traceable measurement. Bidirectional provers are one of the common types used in the industry. A typical bidirectional prover has a length of p


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