ISO DIS 17089-1

Measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits - Ultrasonic meters for gas - Part 1: Meters for custody transfer and allocation measurement

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 11 June 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 135
ICS Code (Flow in closed conduits): 17.120.10
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This part of ISO 17089 specifies requirements and recommendations for ultrasonic gas flowmeters (USMs), which utilize the transit time of acoustic signals to measure the flow of single phase homogenous gases in closed conduits.

This part of ISO 17089 applies to transit time ultrasonic gas flowmeters used for custody transfer and allocation metering, such as full-bore, reduced-area, high-pressure, and low-pressure meters or any combination of these. There are no limits on the minimum or maximum sizes of the meter.

This part of ISO 17089 can be applied to the measurement of almost any type of gas, such as air, natural gas, and ethane.

Included are flow measurement performance requirements for meters of two accuracy classes suitable for applications such as custody transfer and allocation measurement.

This part of ISO 17089 specifies construction, performance, calibration, diagnostics for meter verification and output characteristics of ultrasonic meters for gas flow measurement and deals with installation conditions.

NOTE It is possible that national or other regulations apply which can be more stringent than those in this part of ISO 17089.

Document History

ISO DIS 17089-1
June 11, 2018
Measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits - Ultrasonic meters for gas - Part 1: Meters for custody transfer and allocation measurement
This part of ISO 17089 specifies requirements and recommendations for ultrasonic gas flowmeters (USMs), which utilize the transit time of acoustic signals to measure the flow of single phase...
November 15, 2010
Measurement of fluid flow in closed conduits — Ultrasonic meters for gas — Part 1: Meters for custody transfer and allocation measurement
This part of ISO 17089 specifies requirements and recommendations for ultrasonic gas flowmeters (USMs), which utilize the transit time of acoustic signals to measure the flow of single phase...

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