International Journal of Innovative Research in                 Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering

A monthly peer-reviewed online and print journal

ISSN Online 2321-2004
ISSN Print 2321-5526

Since  2013

Abstract: According to a study, The Coriolis flow meter market has been one of the fastest growing flow meter markets over the past five years. Many users find Coriolis Effect flow meters a good investment, despite their higher initial purchase price when considering total cost of ownership. As such, many process plants are increasingly selecting Coriolis meters to replace differential-pressure devices, and their use is also growing in the oil & gas industry. One of the most important features of Coriolis effect flow meters is that they measure mass flow. While volumetric flow measurement is sufficient in many cases, mass flow measurement provides certain advantages. For example, many products are sold by weight rather than by volume, and in these cases it is often desirable to measure mass flow. Chemical reactions are often based on mass rather than volume, so mass flow measurement is also often required in the chemical industry. This paper aims to introduce measurement of pressure along with mass flow measurements of the liquid put into use. The pressure sensor (BMP 180) is used to measure the pressure of the liquid present inside the tube. Thus, the entire Coriolis Effect for Mass flow measurement has been executed with an additional feature of pressure measurement at a very minimal price than those available in the markets these days with a very high accuracy of 0.1percent along with technical incorporation of Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce manual interaction and also to access the data from remote sites.

Keywords: Differential Pressure Devices, Wifi- Module, Pressure Sensors, Accuracy, IoT

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJIREEICE.2019.8314

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