25 April 2019
No measurement is ever completely exact; there is always a degree of doubt about its accuracy. This degree of doubt is quantified by the uncertainty. The effects of measurement uncertainty manifest themselves across all industrial sectors, resulting in significant financial exposure. In the field of flow measurement, measurement uncertainty is particularly important when the fluid being metered is of high value where small errors in flow measurement could potentially cost the operator large amounts of money.
This webinar delivered by Marc MacDonald explains the importance of uncertainty in flow measurement and suggests methods of evaluating and minimising measurement errors.
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EXPERT PROFILE | Marc MacDonald
Marc is a Chartered Chemical & Process Engineer with over six years’ experience in flow measurement. He is leading the Clean Fuels Flow Metrology group at TUV SUD NEL with a focus on hydrogen flow metrology research. Marc has worked on the design, modification and upgrade of TUV SUD NEL’s National Standard flow facilities and has practical experience working with all types of flowmeters including Coriolis, ultrasonic, turbine, differential pressure and multiphase.
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