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Title: The Effect And Control Of Pulsation In Gas Measurement
Author: G. G. Less
Source: American Gas Association 1975
Year Published: 1975
Abstract: With the increased cost of natural gas, it is becoming more and more important to do a better job of measurement. The reduction or elimination of pulsation errors could result in saving millions of dollars in unaccounted-for gas. The problem of induced pulsation has long been recognized by the natural gas industry. However, the cure proves to be much more difficult and expensive than the diagnosis of the problem. This paper will briefly review with you what pulsation is, the types and sources of pulsation, what types of measurement devices are affected by pulsation, new devices for detecting pulsation, and what can be done to possibly correct the problem.