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Title: The Effects Of Liquid Properties On The Performance Of A Turbine Flowmeter
Author: Richard E. Zimmermann
Source: 1979 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1979
Abstract: IDEALLY, THE OUTPUT OF A TURBINE FLOWMETER SHOULD DEPEND ONLY UPON THE VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE OF THE FLUID PASSING THROUGH IT. HOWEVER, AS WITH ANY INSTRUMENT, THERE ARE VARIABLES OTHER THAN THE ONE WHICH IS TO BE MEASURED WHICH INFLUENCE THE OUTPUT. IN THE CASE OF A TURBINE METER, PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE, FLUID DENSITY AND FLUID VISCOSITY MAY ALL HAVE AN INFLUENCE ON THE OUTPUT. ACCURATE MEASUREMENTS CANNOT BE MADE WITHOUT ACCOUNTING FOR THE EFFECTS OF THESE VARIABLES.


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