Posts Tagged ‘ultrasonic flow measurement’

Flowmeter Calibration Questions and Answers

Posted in Flow on Thursday, September 4th, 2014. 2 comments so far
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When it comes to measurement instrumentation, calibration is a frequent topic of discussion. In a Flow Control magazine article, Q&A: A Roundtable Discussion on Flowmeter Calibration, Emerson’s Karl Stappert of the Flow Solutions team joined with other industry flow experts to address a series of calibration-related questions. Here are the questions along with Karl’s responses. […]

How Reproducible is Your Repeatable Measurement System?

Posted in Flow on Friday, August 29th, 2014. 3 comments so far
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When it comes to flowmetering systems in your facility, what is the best way to measure its true performance? In a Flow Control magazine article, R & R: How reproducible is your highly repeatable metering system?, Emerson’s Karl Stappert, of the Flow Solutions team, addresses these important concepts—repeatability and reproducibility. Karl opens defining the two […]

Reliable Fiscal Metering at Highly Complex Reliance Refinery

Posted in Flow, Refining on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014. 3 comments so far
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Author: Khadra Helminski Emerson’s Trilochan Gupta shared a case study with the readers of Hydrocarbon Processing magazine. The article, Major refinery uses reliable fiscal metering system, describes how Reliance refinery, the world’s largest refinery located in Jamnagar, India, employed 76 large engineered Daniel flow metering systems from Emerson to monitor oil and gas valued at […]

LNG Custody Transfer Reduced Measurement Uncertainty

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014. No comments yet
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Liquefied natural gas (LNG) custody transfer has traditionally involved fiscal risk given the uncertainties in traditional tank measurement technologies. Quantities are invoiced in units of transferred LNG energy based on a calculation of volume, density, and gross caloric value, which in turn are a combination of direct and derived measurements. The end result is measurement […]

Optimize Separator Flow Points

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014. 3 comments so far
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Author: Lee Rumbles The separation process in upstream holds the key to maximizing oil and gas production. We’ve explored the importance of flow measurement for separators, now let’s examine ways in which these flow points can be optimized so they help achieve your operational goals. Why optimize? There are few process units in oil and […]