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DIN - VDI/VDE 2643 - MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW BY MEANS OF VORTEX FLOW METERS Organization: DIN
Date: 1993-01-01
GOST R 8.740 - RUSSIAN LANGUAGE - STATE SYSTEM FOR ENSURING THE UNIFORMITY OF MEASUREMENTS. FLOW RATE AND QUANTITY OF GAS. MEASUREMENTS PROCEDURE BY TURBINE, ROTARY AND VORTEX FLOWMETERS AND GAS METERS Organization: GOST
ASME MFC-6 - MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW IN PIPES USING VORTEX FLOWMETERS Organization: ASME
Date: 2013-07-31
Description: This Standard (a) describes the use of vortex flowmeters, including their physical components, principle of operation, installation, performance, influence factors, and calibration in a closed conduit running full for the measurement of volumetric flow rate and volume flow total of single-phase liquids or gases, including vapors such as steam (b) describes the use of vortex flowmeters in combination with one or more other process measurements for the inferential measurement of mass flow rate, mass flow total, base volumetric flow rate, base volume total, and heat flow metering (c) is limited to full-bore flowmeters and does not include the special case of insertion-type flowmeters
ASME MFC-6M - MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW IN PIPES USING VORTEX FLOWMETERS Organization: ASME
Date: 1998-07-04
Description: This Standard:    (a) describes vortex shedding flowmeters in which alternating vortices are shed from one or more bluff bodies installed in a closed circular conduit;    (b) describes how the frequency of the vortex pairs is a measure of the fluid velocity; how volume, mass, and standard volume flowrate is determined; and how the total fluid that has flowed through the meter in a specified time interval can be measured;    (c) applies only to fluid flow that is steady or varies only slowly with time, is considered single-phased, and when the closed conduit is full;    (d) provides only generic information on vortex shedding flowmeters, including a glossary and a set of engineering equations useful in specifying performance;    (e) describes the physical components of vortex shedding flowmeters and identifies the need for inspection, certification, and material traceability;    (f) addresses phenomena that may negatively affect vortex detection, as well as shift the K factor, and describes guidelines for reducing or eliminating their influences; and    (g) provides calibration guidance.
API VORTEX SHEDDING - VORTEX SHEDDING FLOWMETER FOR MEASUREMENT OF HYDROCARBON FLUIDS Organization: API
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: This document: a. provides information on vortex shedding flowmeters, operation and terminology; b. provides sets of engineering equations useful in specifying performance; c. describes how the vortex shedding frequency is used to determine the velocity in order to infer the volume, mass, and energy flow rate and how the total fluid flow through the meter over a specific time interval can be measured; d. describes the physical components of vortex shedding flowmeters and identifies need for inspection, certification, and material traceability; e. provides guidance on application and installation design; f. addresses the effect of fluid properties, installation, and process conditions that may affect vortex shedding accuracy, and describes guidelines for reducing or eliminating their influences; g. defines the method for calculating uncertainty of the flow rate measurement; h. defines the meter output requirements and necessary information pertaining to the meter output for the purpose of fiscal measurement of hydrocarbon fluids; and i. provides calibration and/or performance verification guidance.
ISO DIS 12764 - MEASUREMENT OF FLUID FLOW IN CLOSED CONDUITS - FLOWRATE MEASUREMENT BY MEANS OF VORTEX SHEDDING FLOWMETERS INSERTED IN CIRCULAR CROSS-SECTION CONDUITS RUNNING FULL Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-06-24
Description: This Standard: 1) describes the use of vortex shedding flow meters for liquids, gases, and steam, including a glossary and a set of engineering equations used for specifying performance; 2) provides technical information to assist the user in selecting, specifying and applying vortex shedding flowmeters, including influence effects; 3) describes typical construction and provides recommendations for inspection, certification, and material traceability; 4) describes availability of diagnostics associated with vortex flow meters; 5) provides calibration guidance; 6) does not apply to insertion type flow meters; 7) applies only to closed conduits running full; 8) applies only to fluid flow that is steady or varies only slowly with time; 9) applies to fluids considered to be single-phased.
API 4238 - STUDY OF ULTRASONIC VORTEX EFFECT AND TRACER GAS METHOD ON MEASUREMENT OF AUTOMOTIVE MASS EMISSIONS Organization: API
Description: These techniques utilized a tracer gas injected into the exhaust stream and an ultrasonic vortex flow meter (UVF). Both techniques were used with conventional exhaust gas analyzers.
SAE J244 - MEASUREMENT OF INTAKE AIR OR EXHAUST GAS FLOW OF DIESEL ENGINES Organization: SAE
Date: 2011-06-01
Description: The measurement methods discussed have been limited to metering systems and associated equipment found in common usage in the industry, specifically nozzles, laminar flow devices, and vortex shedding. The procedure establishes accuracy goals as well as explains proper usage of equipment.
API TR 2571 - FUEL GAS MEASUREMENT - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2011-03-01
Description: This Technical Report (TR) provides guidance in the following areas to allow the user to achieve a targeted uncertainty of measurement: — selection of flow meter type; differential pressure (DP), displacement, ultrasonic, Coriolis, vortex, turbine, thermal, and others; — associated instrumentation for measuring fluid properties and flowing conditions, such as pressure and temperature transmitters, densitometers, gas chromatographs; — obtaining and use of gas composition or other analytical data; — design and installation requirements of the measurement system; — inspection, verification and calibration practices of flow meters and their associated accessory instrumentation; and — simplified uncertainty calculations with examples to illustrate the methodology.
AWWA M33 - FLOWMETERS IN WATER SUPPLY - SECOND EDITION Organization: AWWA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: The flowmeters discussed in this manual include the Venturi, modified Venturi, orifice plate, electromagnetic (mag), turbine and propeller, transit-time ultrasonic, vortex, averaging Pitot, and averaging insertable electromagnetic (mag).

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