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Title: New Application Of Orifice Meters And Automatic Controls
Author: Giles m. Crabtree
Source: 1966 Southwestern Gas Measurement Short Course (Now called ISHM)
Year Published: 1966
Abstract: With the present day trend toward further automation in all phases of industry, the application of existing and, or, new equipment to perform new tasks is finding widespread use in the gas industry. These new applications involve differential gauges, both Dri-flo bellows and mercury type, pneumatic control with or without telemetering, pressure recorders, single diaphragm and two diaphragm pilot regulators. The time allotted to this paper does not permit a detailed discussion of orifice meters nor of control therefore, since actual installations will be discussed, the description of the instruments used in these installations will be limited.