To tackle this challenge, Colorado Engineering Experiment Station Inc. (CEESI), based in Nunn, Colo., will hold a wet gas measurement course, providing training and knowledge to senior technicians and engineers, on March 25 and 26 in Houston.
The course will be conducted by Richard Steven, director of the CEESI Wet Gas Test facility, said to be the world’s largest wet gas loop. According to CEESI’s website, Steven has worked on two-phase flow metering projects with the U.K. government and was McCrometer’s multiphase meter development manager, working on wet gas metering with differential pressure (DP) flowmeters, prior to joining CEESI. He is the chair of wet gas metering for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ standards committee for fluid flow measurement in closed conduits.
Course topics will include:
- Definitions of wet gas
- Flow patterns of horizontal, vertical, and angled flows
- Wet gas flow worked examples
- Single-phase DP meters and single-phase non-DP meters
- Wet gas metering concepts
- Common field problems.
The course costs $1,500. It will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott Houston Westchase. For more, visit here for additional course information.
CEESI performs NIST traceable primary and secondary calibration for flowmeters and fluids. In addition to calibrations, it offers calibration-related engineering services, valve testing, and flow measurement training services.