Measure extremely accurate fuel consumption by compensating for temperature.
A temperature difference of 60 degrees Celsius between the coldest incoming fuel flow and the hot return flow is not uncommon. As the temperature rises, the fuel expands more and more and, as a result, its volume changes. If this effect is not compensated, the measured value is incorrect.
Lack of compensation has a significant impact on the accuracy of the measure and should not be overlooked.

Measure of fuel consumption with ZFC model differential flow computer along with temperature offset
(which measures the temperature in the incoming and returning flow lines). In this case, it is ensured that the incoming and returning volumes are measured with reference to the same temperature and therefore remain comparable.