Posts Tagged ‘ultrasonic meter’

Selecting the Right Flowmeter

Posted in Flow on Thursday, October 4th, 2018. No comments yet
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Selecting the right flowmeter is an expert panel session at the 2018 Emerson Exchange conference. The panel included Emerson’s Trever Ball, Karl Stappert, Dan Hackett, Jeff Foster, and Steve Ifft. Types of flow measurement devices in the panel discussion include magnetic flowmeters, Coriolis, Ultrasonic, Vortex, Turbine and differential pressure (DP) flow. Trever described how magnetic […]

The Longest Heated and Insulated Oil Pipeline in Action

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Wednesday, March 28th, 2012. One comment so far
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At last October’s Emerson Exchange in Nashville, I highlighted a story told about a custody transfer application on the world’s longest heated and insulated pipeline. Here’s a quick summary of the story: Emerson’s Daniel business unit provided a custody transfer metering system for the world’s longest heated and insulated oil pipeline. The customer was Cairn […]

Electronic Flow Management System Design Fundamentals

Posted in Remote Automation on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012. 2 comments so far
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In the Emerson Exchange 365 community, I saw a new thread, Fundamentals of Electronic Flow Meter Design, Application & Implementation. It included a download link to a whitepaper with the same name by Emerson’s Jim Griffeth. Jim is a member of the Remote Automation Solutions team. I wanted to highlight some of his thoughts from […]

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Flow Measurement in Wet Gas Conditions

Posted in Measurement, Oil & Gas on Thursday, June 10th, 2010. No comments yet
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I received a question a few days ago about flow measurement and wet gas. Here is a paraphrased version of the question: The meter would be used to measure gas in and out of storage. The gas may be wet–depending on pressure and temperature. I do not know yet how wet it can be. Ultrasonic […]