held in Houston, TX in May 1-4, 2017
The company focuses on major hydrocarbon production regions in Eastern hemisphere, and has strong experience oil and gas related activities in arctic offshore and demanding onshore climates.
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Electrical Tomography (ET) is an imaging non-nuclear imaging technique used to determine the permittivity distribution of dielectric media within the region of interest. The technology enables real-time imaging and measurement of media inside process pipes and separator tanks. The technology works well in processes with multiphase flows, including for example oil, water, gas and solids.
Process imaging and monitoring is based on the permittivity/conductivity distribution of the media.
Measurement Principle - Electrical Tomography (ET)
Voltage is injected between electrodes of the tomographic sensor installed into a process pipe or tank. As a result, measured currents are sent to the electrical unit. This enables calculations that form the process image and trends.
Examples of Permittivities and Conductivities
|Water / humidity||80.4|
|Medium||Conductivity, σ (S/m)|
|Drinking water||5.00×10−4 to 5.00×10−2|
|Air||3×10−15 to 8×10−15|
See our products to find out how we apply ET technology to industrial processes.
Multiphase Pipe Flow Visualization with ET TechnologyClick here to see more videos of flow visualization in a multiphase loop with various oil/water/gas contents.
- Deposition buildup in pipes
- Sanding in pipes
- Emulsion layer and multiple interfaces in separator tanks