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Gurevich A.,De Montfort University | Selvaratnarajah S.,Advanced Measurement and Analysis Group Inc. | Abdalla I.,De Montfort University
Canadian Nuclear Society - 31st Annual Conference of the Canadian Nuclear Society and 34th CNS/CNA Student Conference 2010 | Year: 2010

Advanced Measurement and Analysis Group Inc. (AMAG) is a developer and manufacturer of the non-intrusive ultrasonic cross correlation flow meter CROSSFLOW, which is installed in nuclear reactors in Canada and around the world. To meet growing demand for better accuracy, AMAG and De Montfort University started a joint project to develop a mathematical model of the meter, based on turbulence dynamics. In the first year, a simplified model was developed. Predictions made by this model were confirmed by conducted experiments and computational flow simulations. The model can be used to predict the effect of flow disturbances on meter readings. Source

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Our ReachThe CROSSFLOW and CORRTEMP technology have been installed in several nuclear plants in North America, Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia. The technology has been used to monitor instrumentation drift such as due to fouling in feed water venturis, both continuously and periodically ...

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Welcome To AMAGThe Performance Enhancement TechnologyAMAG is a high-tech Canadian company that provides several services related to improvement of plant performance in the power and process industry. The company was founded in 1993 by former utility employees with specialized experience over 20 years in plant performance monitoring and diagnostics ...

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KINS Approved Crossflow Topical Report - Feeder Flow MeasurementIn November 2008, following a detailed review of the CROSSFLOW Technology, KINS (Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety), approved a Topical Report that allowed the installation and the use of CROSSFLOW system to monitor the feeder flows in the CANDU Safety Channels in Wolsong Unit 4.Typically, for CANDU reactors including the Wolsong reactors, these safety channels use on-line intrusive orifices to provide flow rate indication ...

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