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Test Cell Mass Fuel Flow Measurement Using Coriolis Flow Meters
- Aerospace Standard
Published June 14, 2017 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
The scope of this information report applies to the steady state measurement of direct mass fuel flow in gas turbine engine test cells. A measurement accuracy, and hence uncertainty of between ±0.1 to ±0.2% of value is believed to be achievable for liquid flow applications with some meter models/installations.
Whilst capable of general transient measurement in 50 to 100 Hz region, this type of fuel meter is not capable of rapid transient measurement (in 100 to 250 Hz region). It is also not currently considered suitable for "in flight" fuel flow measurement.
AIR6202 has been reaffirmed to comply with the SAE Five-Year Review policy.
|Aerospace Standard||Site Selection Considerations for New Re-Located Gas Turbine Engine Test Facilities|
|Technical Paper||Dynamic Fuel System Simulator for Automatic Trouble Shooting|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|Unnamed Dataset 1|
EG-1E Gas Turbine Test Facilities and Equipment
The SAE EG-1E, Gas Turbine Engine Test Facilities & Equipment committee addresses all facets of test facility design, operation, maintenance, calibration and measurement, relating to gas turbine engine testing. The group is dedicated to creating, preparing, and maintaining all relevant specifications, standards, and requirements in this field.
|AIR5026||TEST CELL INSTRUMENTATION|
|ARP4990||TURBINE FLOWMETER FUEL FLOW CALCULATIONS|
|AS5304||Standard Specification for Turbine Flowmeters|
|ASTMD1250||This document is not part of the subscrption.|
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