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Title: Theory And Application Of Pulse Interpolation To Prover Systems
Author: Daniel m. Comstock
Source: 1993 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1993
Abstract: Meter factors are reported to four decimals, or to one part in ten thousand. Therefore, in order to achieve the proper resolution of data collected during a meter proving with a conventional pipe prover, there should be at least 10,000 pulses accumulated for each pass of the displacer. If the product of pulses per unit volume emitted, times the volume (in consistent units) displaced between the two detectors is less than 10,000 pulses, the prover is defined as a small volume prover for that particular proving situation.