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Title: Fundamentals Of Pressure Regulators
Author: Thomas Weyer
Source: 2008 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 2008
Abstract: Gas pressure regulators have become very familiar items over the years, and nearly everyone has grown accustomed to seeing them in factories, public buildings, by the roadside, and even in their own homes. As is frequently the case with many such familiar items, we all have a tendency to take them for granted. It is only when a problem develops or when we are selecting a regulator for a new application that we need to look more deeply into the fundamental of the regulators operation.