Posts Tagged ‘Coriolis flow’

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 […]

Reducing Oil & Gas Lost and Unaccounted for Production

Posted in Oil & Gas on Thursday, April 13th, 2017. No comments yet
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In oil & gas production, lost and unaccounted for (LUAF) production is: …the difference of the physical inputs and the physical outputs of the pipeline system… A “LOSS” occurs whenever the physical inputs are greater than outputs of the pipeline system. Flow measurement is a critical component in measuring for losses and for accurate custody […]

Natural Gas Flowmeter Selection

Posted in Flow on Thursday, January 19th, 2017. No comments yet
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Flow measurement is critical in fiscal measurement applications from custody transfer to allocations between parties. The choice of technologies is broad and dependent on the fluid being measured and properties of the application. In an Applied Automation article, Selecting flowmeters for natural gas, Emerson’s Dan Hackett describes the need for different flow measurement technologies across […]

Accurate Multiphase Flow Measurement

Posted in Flow, Oil & Gas on Thursday, July 21st, 2016. No comments yet
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Many industries, such as oil & gas production, require flow measurement for fluids with gas and liquid phases. In this quick 1:49 video, 5700 with Advanced Phase Measurement, Emerson’s Kevin Borden describes how advanced phase measurement (APM) technology provides multiphase Coriolis flow measurement for challenging gas or liquid applications. APM technology is available in the […]

Urea Production Automation Challenges

Posted in Chemical, Flow on Tuesday, July 5th, 2016. One comment so far
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Urea is a key component in nitrogen-rich fertilizers. Typically, the urea production process begins with hydrogen from natural gas and nitrogen in the air to produce ammonia. Urea is produced from the combination of ammonia and carbon dioxide. Urea producers must balance throughput with efficiency and the quality of the urea produced. In a new […]