The Effect of Pressure on Meter Accuracy
ISBN: 1 84057 179 9
A number of small diameter revenue meters have been tested to ascertain if pressure has any influence on meter accuracy. A selection of new meters were tested over a range of flows and pressures. No evidence could be found in the limited number of tests undertaken that there is any relationship between pressure and meter accuracy between 1 bar and 10 bar.
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