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The design of a modular probe incorporating thick-film sensors for detecting phase interfaces in oil well primary separator plant

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In the extraction of hydrocarbons from the ground, the fluid pumped out of the well is not pure crude oil or natural gas, but a combination of oil, gas, and water, often containing entrained mud and particulate debris. This is usually a well-mixed multiphase flow, which often appears at the wellhead at high temperature and pressure.

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