Overview of Control and Monitoring Specification Study to Help Reach Net Zero in the UK for Hydrogen Flow Measurement Network

Authors

  • Adeena Fatima Department of Physics, University of Management & Technology, Lahore – Pakistan
  • Fozia Hafeez Department of Applied Science, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48112/jestt.v1i1.727

Abstract

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Currently, environmental damage appears a worldwide issue that affects everyone on the globe. With the goal of a net-zero carbon footprint by the year 2050, many nations have passed legislation, provided aid, and raised both public and private investment to encourage the use of renewable energy sources instead of traditional pathways like fossil fuels. Many other countries have made similar intentions to initiate their journey to an economy with no emissions at all including the UK. The current objective of this study is to review equipment for monitoring techniques and metering which helps to deal with the modern industry to attain net zero emission through the application of hydrogen. Ultrasonic and Coriolis flowmeters have been compared in terms of measurement techniques for hydrogen in the operative system. It has been identified that the petroleum and natural gas industrial sectors are using mass flow monitoring more frequently. Beyond absolute zero and at atmospheric pressures hydrogen becomes liquified. So, it proved essential to have a huge mass flow measuring apparatus having minimal uncertainty and proper and fixed measurement inaccuracy. Moreover, it has been evaluated that Programmable logic controllers are being used to operate the system to create a trustworthy control framework.

Keywords:

Environmental damage, Flowmeters, Net zero emission, Programmable logic controllers, Renewable energy

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Published

2024-02-29

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Fatima, A., & Hafeez, F. (2024). Overview of Control and Monitoring Specification Study to Help Reach Net Zero in the UK for Hydrogen Flow Measurement Network. Journal of Engineering, Science and Technological Trends, 1(1), 7–15. https://doi.org/10.48112/jestt.v1i1.727

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