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Title: Effectts On Entrained Liquid On Orifice Measurement
Author: C. V. Mooney
Source: 1977 Gulf Coast Measurement Short Course (Now called ASGMT)
Year Published: 1977
Abstract: In the measurement of natural gas in field operations using the conventional orifice meter, all of the factors used in the calculation of flow are based on the assuittion that the gas is dry. This condition is rarely the case in field measurements. The A.G.A. Committee Report No. 3, (1), does not give any information or data regarding the effect water and/or distillate may have upon gas measurement by the orifice meter. It was in this area of gas measurement that graduate- engineering students at Texas ASI University, Kingsville, Texas have conducted research operation in the laboratory and in the field.