2016 FMI Conference Programme

The second FMI Conference will be hosted by Coventry University on 19th and 20th July 2016 and can be booked on line now.

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The cost has been kept to an affordable level to encourage a large uptake of places.  It is £50 per delegate.

The conference is open to anyone with research interests in flow measurement across all disciplines and sectors, with themes that mirror the FMI R&D priorities:

  • Measurement & Meter Technologies
  • Enhanced Data Capture & Analysis
  • Flow Modelling & Fundamental Fluid Mechanics
  • Advanced Calibration Techniques/ Methodologies

The programme is shown below and can be seen here – FMI Conference Programme

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Time Activity Who Organisation
Day 1
10:00 Registration
10:30 Welcome Michael FitzPatrick

Executive Dean of Engineering, Environment & Computing

Coventry University
10:40 Plenary paper –Flow Needs Analysis Findings Muir Porter NEL
11:20 Numerical simulations of gas-liquid flows in pipe sections and a Venturi flowmeter P Verdin Cranfield University
11:40 An Experimental Investigation on the Gas/Liquid Flow Behaviours  in a Venturi Flowmeter K Salam Cranfield University
12:00 Flow Measurement for Carbon Capture and Storage – have we been addressing the right question? Alex Hunt Woodview Technology Ltd
12:20 Poster session including LUNCH
13:50 Two-phase flow metering of heavy oil with Coriolis Mass Flow Metering: formal trials at NEL M Henry Oxford University
14:10 Optimizing separator operations with advanced Coriolis measurement H Cassellas Emerson
14:30 Complex Bandpass Filtering for Coriolis Mass Flow Meter Signal Processing Ming Li Oxford University
14:50 Latest Research of Process Condition Effects on Coriolis Flowmeters T Wang Krohne
15:25 Process Nowcasting – beyond flowmetering Andy Hunt Coventry University
15:45 Two-phase flow measurement through particle filtering and electrical capacitance tomography Ross Drury Coventry University
16:05 Application of Machine Learning Techniques in Flow Meter Diagnostics K Gyamfi Coventry University
16:25 Clamp-on Microwave – A new tool for flow diagnostics P Sharma Cranfield University
16:45 END
 17.00 Conference Dinner – Networking Buffet
Day 2
09:20 Plenary paper – Just what are we calibrating? Ron Sangster FMI Skills Group
10:00 CFD Modelling and Validation of a V Cone meter W Dempster Strathcylde University
10:20 CFD Modelling of a V Cone Meter for Wet Gas Conditions W Dempster Strathcylde University
10:55 The benefits of combining chordal and reflective paths for ultrasonic gas flow meters T Sautier Emerson
11:15 Flexural Ultrasonic Transducers and Phased Array Prototypes for Flow Measurement Applications L Kang Warwick University
11:35 Experimental Study on Oil-Water Two-Phase Flow Velocity Measurement with a Combination of Ultrasound Doppler and Gamma Densitometer B Abbagoni Cranfield University
11:55 Posters Review and Awards TBA
12:15 Networking LUNCH
13:00 Dynamic variability of axisymmetric, non-buoyant jet in a rotating reference frame I Atthanayake Warwick University
13:20 Particle-Laden Rotating-Drum Flows and Positron Emission Particle Tracking P Thomas Warwick University
13:40 Flow measurement  using low frequency flexural transducers and basic, low cost electronic components I Smart Warwick University
14:00 Direct numerical simulation of a turbulent curved pipe flow T Wang Warwick University
14:20 Closing Remarks Andy Hunt Coventry University

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