TUV SUD NEL is very active in the creation and development of standards and regulations relating to flow metrology. Dr Michael Reader-Harris, Chairman of ISO/TC 30/SC 2 (differential pressure meters) and ISO/TC 30/SC 7 (water meters), and Principal Flow Measurement Consultant will outline the main flow measurement standards, why they are important, and how they benefit industry.
The webinar will cover national, European and international standards for flow measurement, and the interaction between ISO (International Organization for Standardization) and OIML (International Organization of Legal Metrology): harmonisation of standards is an important concern, as this both avoids discrepancies and leads to efficiency in their production.
Delegates will also hear from Dr Reader-Harris about progress in the development of the draft of ISO/TR 21354 for multiphase flow measurement and about other standards that are being developed at present.
Join us on Tuesday 10th July, 14:00
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EXPERT PROFILE | Dr Michael Reader-Harris
Who is Michael?
Michael Reader-Harris read maths at Oxford and has a PhD from St Andrews. He has worked in flow measurement for over 35 years particularly in the area of differential-pressure meters: he derived the orifice plate discharge coefficient equation in ISO 5167-2:2003. He was Chairman of the ISO Flow Measurement Committee, TC 30, from 2002 to 2016. He is Chairman of ISO/TC 30/SC 2 (differential pressure meters), and has been Chairman of OIML TC 8/SC 5 (water meters) since 1995. In addition to his work on single-phase flow (including CFD, installation effects, flow conditioners, subsonic nozzles and the effect of static hole error on Venturi tubes) he works in wet gas and was Convenor of ISO/TC 30/SC 2/WG 15, which produced ISO/TR 11583. He is Project Leader of the project to produce ISO/TR 21354 on multiphase flow measurement. He has published 90 papers and a book, ‘Orifice plates and Venturi tubes’ (Springer 2015).