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Title: Thermiometry In Measurement
Author: Stephen T. Stark
Source: 1997 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1997
Abstract: Temperature is one of the more critical variables which must be precisely measured to reliably quantify natural gas. This is especially true in custody transfer applications since small temperature measurement errors can have a significant economic impact. The technical aspects of thermometry in flow measurement can best be applied to practical situations by first understanding the relationship between temperature and the fundamental gas laws, and then using this knowledge to design, install, and operate temperature measurement systems.