Article | September 15, 2022

The Challenges Associated With CO2 And Hydrogen Flow Measurement

Source: KROHNE, Inc.

By Hilko den Hollander, Product Manager, KROHNE


Two important pillars of the energy transition are the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier and the capture and storage of CO2 (CCS: carbon capture and storage). Process measurement of hydrogen has been successfully done for years in chemical or petrochemical installations and measurement of CO2 has been done in the food & beverage industry. However, high-accuracy measurement of large flowing volumes using ultrasonic time of flight or Coriolis flow meters still creates unique challenges. Let us explore those technical challenges and the solutions that have been developed.

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