In an earlier post, How Coriolis Meter Drive Gain Indication Works, Emerson’s Marc Buttler addressed questions on how the Micro Motion Coriolis meter drive gain diagnostic is calculated. We received two additional questions.
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Process Diagnostics for Oil and Gas Separators
With advances in operational analytics, smart instruments and the applications they feed can now help identify problems in the process early in order to maintain optimum performance levels. I caught up with Emerson’s Drew Baker in the Permian Basin Service Center to share some onshore oil & gas production examples with me.
How Coriolis Meter Drive Gain Indication Works
The Drive Gain diagnostic value that a Micro Motion Coriolis meter from Emerson reports is a very good indicator of when there is gas vapor in the oil leg. That is why is it important to monitor, because it can tell you very definitively if the oil leg on your separator is experiencing gas carry-under.
Solving Refinery Coating Challenges in Flow Meters
Collaborative problem solving occurs in all kinds of ways—face-to-face, over the phone, via email, and online in blogs, on-line communities, wikis, and social networks. I mention this because I saw some great guidance on flow meter coating challenges in refining...
Production Optimization via Coriolis Diagnostics
Emerson's Laura Schafer described how diagnostics in a Micro Motion Coriolis flow measurement in oil & gas production. Laura opened with the objective for oil & gas producers to maximize the return on investment. One way to do this is to take advantage of the...
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