Crabtree, Michael Anthony (2009) Industrial flow measurement. Masters thesis, University of Huddersfield.

This thesis discusses the intrinsic worth of a published work, ‘Industrial Flow
Measurement’ (Appendix A), a handbook written and revised by the author over a
period of 30 years. The author first discusses the need to measure flow and then
moves on to the raison d’être of the handbook before looking at a brief history of flow
measurement. Although not claiming that any single attribute of the handbook is
unique, the author nonetheless postulates that because it incorporates several
distinctive features, at a number of different levels, these agents combine to make it
one-of-a- kind.

The author moves on to an overview of existing flow metering technologies discussed
within the handbook. Finally, he looks at what he considers is a major gap in the
collected body of knowledge – the field of multiphase and water-cut metering and
provides a justification, not only for its inclusion in the future but for future

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