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WG 3.2 Flow Rate Measurement

Focus

The "Flow Rate Measurement" working group addresses issues including the following topics in the context of its experience exchange, its concept developments, formulation of requirements to be met by automation solutions and its involvement in national and international standardisation:

  • Application areas of flow measuring instruments in the production and engineering environment
  • Requirements and technical concepts
  • Selection of measurement procedures for different application areas in the process industry
  • Radar function for current market and technology developments

Advantages

  • Gathering of worldwide experience on measuring instruments and measurement procedures in industrial use to facilitate decision-making
  • Definition of operator requirements for improvement and development to avoid errors
  • Easier communication by documenting of requirements relating to devices, of inspection procedures and equipment in NAMUR Recommendations and Worksheets
  • Improvement of efficiency and reliability by representation of operator interests in relations with manufacturers, inspection organisations, associations and the authorities
  • Observation, interpretation, initiation and contributing to national and international standardisation and legislation

Recommendations and worksheets

Please refer to the following list for recommendations (NE) and worksheets (NA) managed by the working group:

No. ▾ Title Edition Responsible Subject area Info
0015NA 015 Flow meters for gaseous media meeting increased accuracy requirements
Durchflussmesstechnik mit erhöhten Genauigkeitsanforderungen für gasförmige Medien
15005880002017-07-21
WG 3.2 Sensors Abstract
0070NE 070 Magnetic Inductive Flowmeters (MIF)
Magnetisch Induktive Durchflussmessung (MID)
11382300002006-01-26
WG 3.2 Sensors Abstract
0132NE 132 Coriolis Mass Meter (CMM)
Coriolis-Massemesser (CMM)
12432024002009-05-25
WG 3.2 Sensors Abstract
0147NE 147 Energy accounting Measurements in Chemical Parks
Energie-Verrechnungsmessungen in Chemieparks
14288760002015-04-13
WG 3.2 Optimisation Abstract

Contact

Dr. Armin Brucker
BASF SE
Tel. +49 621/60-56564
armin.brucker[at]basf.com

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