This good practise guide is aimed at people who are inexperienced in the flow measurement of wet gases but who would like to advance their knowledge and understanding.
For those not familiar with wet gases it can be rather daunting to first approach the subject because much of the available literature is normally aimed at people with some experience. Wet-gas flow measurement can be more difficult to comprehend due to the complexities of a combined flow of a compressible fluid (gas) and a non-compressible fluid (liquid). This makes the subject slightly more difficult to grasp than the measurement of single phase flows of just liquid or gas.
The guide provides initial direction and help on what you need to consider and where to start when first faced with the prospect of wet-gas metering. It should enable the reader to be more confident and equipped to understand the terminology used along with the metering principles that are commonly encountered, before moving on to more advanced information.