FMI Conference – Presentations Now Available

Flow Measurement Institute Conference
11th July 2017, Coventry University, UK

The third Flow Measurement Institute Conference was hosted by Coventry University (UK) on the 11th July 2017.

A number of the speakers  agreed to share their presentations – these are available below.

Plenary Flow Measurement – Andrew Hunt Coventry University

Better understanding towards better compatibility – Liyun Lao Cranfield University

Study of the effects of geometrical features on flow patterns in a multiphase Venturi flowmeter – Patrick G. Verdin Cranfield University

How does flow measurement error affect history matching in a wet gas reservoir? – Seyed Shariatipour Coventry University

MetroHyVe – The EMPIR Metrology for Hydrogen Vehicles Project – Norman Glen NEL

An Introduction to Prism Signal Processing – Manus Henry Oxford University

Prism Signal Processing for Diesel Engine Fuel Injection Monitoring – Felix Leach Oxford University

Prism Signal Processing for Dual Mode Coriolis Flow Metering – Michael Tombs Oxford University

Profiling the response of Coriolis Flow Metering Technology in extreme ambient temperature environments – Gordon Lindsay NEL

The Future of Flow Measurement: An Industry Perspective – Simon Bittleston Schlumberger

Oil and Gas Economic Outlook and The Metering Challenges for the Industry – Martin Bragg Honeywell

1Future Funding Opportunities – Gillian Jones Coventry University

Research and development of ultrasonic gasflow meters for the measurement of steam in process and custody transfer applications. – Dick Laan Krohne

A Differential Pressure Meter for Low Reynolds Numbers – Craig Marshall NEL

Development of Clamp-On Microwave Sensing for Oil-Water flow – Prafull Sharma Cranfield University

DP Meter Verification System – Multiple Field Results – Jennifer Rabone Swinton Technology


Pre-Event Information:

Conference Programme and  FMI Conference Booking

The conference is open to everyone with research interests in flow measurement from all disciplines and sectors. The themes for this year’s conference are:

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

The plenary speakers are Dr Simon Bittleston, VP Research at Schlumberger and Prof Andrew Hunt, Executive Director of the Flow Measurement and Fluid Mechanics Research Centre.

The full programme  is available: Download Conference Programme

The delegate rate is only £50, to make the event as affordable as possible and ensure a large number of attendees.

To register for the conference click here: FMI Conference Booking



Conference Papers Available

Presentations from the 2016 FMI Conference, held at Coventry University on 19 and 20th July are available to download.

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

Crossing Industry Sectors

NEL, in partnership with the National Measurement Systems and the FMI, hosted a one day conference at the Westminster Conference Centre, London on Wednesday 30 September.

Presentations made at the event are available here.