Further study on multiphase flow measurement with wire-mesh sensors


  • Ruzairi Abdul Rahim
  • Anita Ahmad utm
  • Navintiran Rajan
  • Leong Lei Yeng
  • Mohd Shukri Manaf
  • Mohd. Hafiz Fazalul Rahiman
  • Yusri Md. Yunus
  • Sallehudin Ibrahim
  • Ahmad Ridwan Wahap
  • Yasmin Abdul Wahab
  • Mimi Faisyalini Ramli
  • Suzanna Ridzuan Aw Abdullah


A relatively new tomography system in the process tomography, wire-mesh sensor is an intrusive and invasive type of sensor used for flow measurement. Several research have been conducted previously to improve the design and accuracy factors of the sensor and still undergoing some changes. Using copper as the medium of electrodes and having two layers of measuring unit transmitter and receiver in a closer distance this sensor proves it is still a viable option in the process tomography for multiphase flow measurement. A 16 x 16 wire-mesh sensor was designed and applied in this study to obtain the raw data from the target flow. The sensor worked together with transceiver circuit and data acquisition and image reconstruction software to visualize the flow condition and void fraction




How to Cite

R. Abdul Rahim, “Further study on multiphase flow measurement with wire-mesh sensors”, TSSA, vol. 5, no. 2, Dec. 2022.