The CFD approach allows us to model and analyse fluid flows, numerically solving the equations that govern the flow phenomena. This method is used in a wide range of industries and in the case of flow meters, it can either be employed in the initial design process to ensure the meter is installed in the most suitable location, or as a method of assessing errors related to installation effects.
This webinar, presented by Calum McLaughlin, discusses the impact of flaring and the operation of ultrasonic flow meters. Furthermore, it provides insights on how CFD can be used to correct ultrasonic flow meters in complex and non-ideal installations.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Engineer
I am a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Engineer involved in engineering consultancy and research projects. I deliver innovative engineering solutions and offer customers technical advice on how to improve their products and services. I use state-of-the-art software and hardware to help our customers reach their performance goals.