Theoretical Basis of Non-Intrusive Ultrasonic Cross Correlation Flow Measurement Technology
NURETH-14 - 2011 September 25-30


Presented at:
NURETH-14
2011 September 25-30
Location:
Toronto, Canada
Session Title:
F5-1 Instrumentation Technique

Authors:
Alexander Gurevich (De Montfort University)
Ibrahim Abdalla (De Montfort University)
Armando Lopez (Advanced Measurement and Analysis Group Inc.)
  

Abstract

The non-intrusive ultrasonic cross correlation flow meter CROSSFLOW, developed and

manufactured by Advanced Measurement and Analysis Group Inc. (AMAG) is installed in

nuclear reactors in Canada and around the world. AMAG and De Monfort University (UK) are

cooperating in an ongoing research project to develop a theoretical basis for cross correlation

flow measurement technology, with the goal of improving measurement accuracy. The project

involves theoretical development, laboratory testing, and computational flow simulations.

This paper describes the recent progress of this project.

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