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Title: Applications Of Flow Computers For Measurement And Control
Author: Robert V. Mcafee
Source: 1968 Southwestern Gas Measurement Short Course (Now called ISHM)
Year Published: 1968
Abstract: Electronic computation of flow through a meter run has been accomplished three ways to date: 1. With a digital computer scanning transducer values at one or more points, 2. With an analog computer computing the flow from multiple points using the time share principle. 3. With an analog computer at each measurement point giving real time measurement. This paper discusses the application of the CAMCO Model 464A Computer Flow Measurement System to the Measurement of fluids using the real time principle. Most of the applications to date have been on natural gas systems, but it has also been used for crude oil, water, and steam measurement.