Wed, April 04, 2018
Runtime: 67 min - Click the register button below to view the recording.
Date: Wednesday April 4, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Presenter: Brendan Robson, TÜV SÜD NEL
Project Team Leader: Dan White, TransCanada
PRCI Project Manager: Gary Choquette
Brendan Robson of TÜV SÜD NEL will be presenting information on PRCI project MEAS-7-1 Gap Analysis in Liquid Volume Proving Methods”. This webinar will describe the best practices in measurement system design and proving procedures in order to reduce liquid measurement uncertainty. This is in recognition that improvements made to the calibration of flow meters would have a direct correlation in reducing system measurement uncertainty, improving overall pipeline balancing, and, amongst other benefits, reducing the minimum detection thresholds of leak detection systems.
The project includes an extensive literature review of proving practices, standards, developments and case studies. This was balanced by an industrial survey which collected views, experiences and priorities. A gap analysis was then conducted on the literature and survey results to meet the project’s recommendations on areas of improvement and derived priorities.
Expected Benefits/Learning Outcomes
After attending this webinar the participants will: Understand the basic operation of Small Volume Provers.
Who Should Attend?
Liquids pipeline operators that use, control or maintain small volume provers and standards organizations:
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• Final Report: PR-363-17602-R03 Gap Analysis in Liquid Volume Proving Methods
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