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How to Measure Direct Mass Flow in Large Diameter Pipes and Ducts

The demand for industrial safety measures, emissions monitoring, and energy and process efficiencies continues to grow. This webinar will address the best practices of measuring direct mass flow of air and gases in large ducts and pipes and how to overcome the challenges these applications present.

Date: September 22, 2022
Time: 2 PM EDT (11 AM PDT / 8:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Measuring in large ducts and pipes is often required for ventilation (safety), flare and flu gas (emissions) control, and feed air and fuel gas (process efficiency), which presents challenges such as dust, large cross-sectional area, short installation straight runs and compliance to U.S. EPA and QAL1 EN15267 environmental regulations.

This course reviews the challenges of evaluating flow measurement in large ducts and pipes and the options available to optimize performance. It includes an overview of the government environmental regulations and their recommendations for sizing, how to evaluate the application for flow measurement, how to overcome short process straight run limitations, and installation best practices.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn how to optimize the number of flow measurement points required for your application and accessibility for installation.
  • Understand what is recommended for selecting flow measuring point locations per ISO 10780 emission reporting requirements.
  • Discover how to improve performance for applications with short upstream or downstream straight pipe


Richard Koeken, Regional Sales Manager, Europe, CIS, and Africa, FCI

Richard Koeken is the Regional Sales Manager for Europe, CIS, and Africa for Fluid Components International (FCI), a manufacturer of flow and level measuring instrumentation utilizing thermal dispersion technology. Richard has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He has worked with FCI for more than 5 years and has over 10 years experience in process field instrumentation for various industries (power generation, oil & gas, marine, petrochemical, wastewater, pharmaceutical, semiconductor).

Steve Craig, International Sales Manager, FCI

Steve Craig is the International Sales Manager for Fluid Components International (FCI). He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology from Iowa State University and has worked with FCI for more than 25 years in Engineering and Sales.