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Title: Effect And Control Of Pulsation In Gas Measurement
Author: Ira J. Meador
Source: 1974 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1974
Abstract: Webster defines pulsation as a rythmical throbbing or vibrating. This definition does very well for describing pulsation encountered in natural gas measurement work. It can further be said that pulsation in a gas stream takes the form of a pressure wave originating from the source of the pulsation in all directions. This means the wave travels both downstream and upstream irregardless of the direction of gas flow. It is known that this pressure wave travels through the gas at the speed of sound in that gas.