Coriolis mass flow and density measurement is used in a multitude of applications such as custody transfer, dirty/wet gas, cryogenic, critical phase fluids, sanitary, corrosive liquids, and more. Emerson's Micro Motion team has put together and excellent 4:10...
Calibrating Coriolis Flowmeters In-Situ
Emerson's Jonas Berge added a comment to a post, Mass Flow Measurement for Fuel Gases. In his comment, he pointed to a Control Engineering Asia article, Time for Calibration?, that he had written a couple years ago. In the article, Jonas explains how advanced...
Hidden Benefits in Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rules
I chatted briefly with Emerson's Patrick Truesdale when he was in Austin the other day. You may recall Patrick from several energy efficiency-related posts. He shared with me that he had a couple of presentations that he'd be giving at Automation Week in Houston,...
Questions and Clarifications on Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rules
I caught up with Emerson's Tom O'Banion to get the latest on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Reporting Rule. Tom is the Director of the chemical industries in the Micro Motion Coriolis Flow & Density...
Flow Meter Verification
Emerson's Trever Ball presented Smart Meter Verification Enhancements Improve Safety and Process Availability at the 2009 Emerson Exchange conference. Trever began by defining terms. Calibration is performed at the factory. It establishes the relationship between flow...
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