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In-situ validation of three-phase flowmeters using cpacitance sensing techniques.

Ahmed Ali Mohamed Abouarkoub

In-situ validation of three-phase flowmeters using cpacitance sensing techniques.

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Published by University of Derby] in [Derby .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph. D.) - University of Derby, 2003.

ContributionsUniversity of Derby. School of Computing & Technology.
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Open LibraryOL15601793M


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In-situ validation of three-phase flowmeters using cpacitance sensing techniques. by Ahmed Ali Mohamed Abouarkoub Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Conductance and Capacitance Combination Sensor (CCCS) system is designed and validated for measuring water holdup from 0% to % in two-phase flow. Two sensors of CCCS system set up each own sensing field in the same sensing volume by fast electronic by: Various techniques have been de- 33 veloped for multiphase flow phase fraction estimation, for example, wire-mesh sensors can 34 provide information about local, cross-section or in-situ.

A flowmeter, and a method of, measuring the flow of a multi-phase fluid is described. The flowmeter has a first pressure sensor located in a conduit for measuring a first pressure differential at a first location and a second response sensor spaced along the conduit for measuring a second pressure differential at a second location.

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In this paper, we present a novel method for in situ estimation of two-phase transport properties of porous media using time-lapse resistivity, pressure, and flow rate data from permanent downhole pressure, electrode resistivity array (ERA), and production logging by: Phase wetting detection and water layer thickness characterization in two-phase oil-water flow using high frequency impedance measurements L.D.

Paolinelli*, J. Yao, A. Rashedi Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Technology, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Ohio University, W. State Street, Athens, OHUSA.