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Title: Chromatograph Applications & Problems From A Users Standpoint
Author: Duane A. Neefe
Source: 1993 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1993
Abstract: The chromatograph is becoming more important to the pipeline industry due to the demand for Real Time volumes. To obtain volumes which do not need to be corrected for gas properties, it is necessary to have the gas properties such as specific gravity, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and btu values within the flow computers operating parameters. When these values are used within each flow calculation cycle, the accuracy of the measurement obtained is much greater than when corrections for supercompressibility are applied after the volume is accumulated.