Archive for the ‘Flow’ Category

Connectivity from Wireless Transmitters to Controllers via EthernetIP

Posted in Flow, Wireless on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017. One comment so far
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For manufacturers in the discrete and hybrid manufacturing industries, packaging is an important part of their processes. For reliable and flexible operations connecting the information from the various packaging lines is important. Sensors with online diagnostics play a key role and wireless sensors has enabled easier availability to measurements to increase reliability and operational performance. […]

More Efficient Terminal Product Transfer Operations

Posted in Event, Flow, Oil & Gas on Friday, August 25th, 2017. One comment so far
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The Bulk Liquids Storage Terminals webinar series continues next week on Wednesday, August 30 at 1pm CDT. The webinar, Reduce Uncertainty in Product Transfer, will be hosted by Emerson’s Marc Buttler. He will discuss the latest solutions to help achieve efficient and profitable liquid loading and unloading product transfer operations. These include technologies that enable […]

Characterizing and Configuring Micro Motion Coriolis Meter How-To Video

Posted in Flow on Monday, July 17th, 2017. No comments yet
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Here’s another in the great series of Micro Motion flow and density measurement “how to” videos. This 8:14 video, Micro Motion Coriolis Meter Characterization and Configuration Using the Transmitter Display describes how to characterize and configure a Micro Motion Coriolis meter, using the Model 5700 field-mount transmitter display. The goal of the video is to […]

How to Install Micro Motion Transmitters Video

Posted in Flow on Tuesday, May 30th, 2017. No comments yet
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In the continuing series of “how to” videos across the Emerson Automation Solutions YouTube channels, the Micro Motion channel has a recent Installing a Micro Motion Coriolis transmitter video (run time 6:51). This video walks you through the steps in how to install a Micro Motion transmitter. It will help you to become familiar with […]

Avoiding Missed Gas Volume Flow Measurements in Plunger Lift Wells

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Thursday, April 20th, 2017. No comments yet
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Measuring flow rates on producing gas wells can be difficult on plunger lift applications. The mechanical plungers are used to remove water slugs which build up and reduce production rates. When the plunger pulls up the well bore, the differential pressure (DP) flow measurement can spike beyond the range of the DP transmitter. This spike […]