Natural Gas Measurement Handbook

  • ID: 3692787
  • Book
  • 425 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Measurement is the basis of commerce between producers, royalty owners, transporters, process plants, marketers, state and federal government authorities, and the general public. In fact, accurate measurement of hydrocarbon fluids and materials has a significant impact on the Gross National Product of exporting and importing countries, the financial performance and asset base of global companies, and the perceived efficiency of operating facilities. The need for accurate fiscal measurement is obvious.

This information-packed volume covers all aspects of natural gas measurement and provides a clear presentation of the measurement principles, state-of-the-art technology, and its applications in the real world.

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1 Introduction
2 Composition and Quality
3 Physical Properties and Process Conditions
4 Measurement Concepts
5 Orifice Flowmeter
6 Ultrasonic Flowmeter
7 Turbine Flowmeter
8 Rotary Displacement Flowmeter
9 Calculations
10 Secondary and Tertiary Devices
11 Electronic Gas Measurement
12 Uncertainty
13 Measurement System Design
14 Orifice Flowmeter Design
15 Ultrasonic Flowmeter Design
16 Turbine Flowmeter Design
17 Rotary Displacement Flowmeter Design
18 Inspection, Testing, Verification, Calibration, and Certification
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Gallagher, James E.
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