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[Imported] Wet Gas Calculation

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[Imported] Wet Gas Calculation

>>Message imported from previous forum - Category:Realflo Electronic Flow Measurement<<
User: mchartrand, originally posted: 2018-10-17 18:57:57 Id:86
This is a re-posting from the obsoleted (October 2018) "Schneider Electric Telemetry & SCADA" forum.


Can anyone advise on how to calculate wet gas used Realflo ? Thanks_**


We've added the parameter Wet Gas Meter Factor in RealFLO 6.01. Basically the user can find out what the water content for the gas is and then apply a factor to adjust the flow volumes accordingly. The excerpt form the user manual is :

** Wet Gas Meter Factor: This parameter is an adjustment to the volume, mass and energy values when there is water in the flow. Typically a test is conducted to determine the water content of the gas to be measured. The Wet Gas Meter Factor is applied to the volume, mass and energy values to get a corrected value. For example: if the water content is determined to be 5% then the meter factor is 0.95.