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Title: Pressure Gauges And Deadweight Testers
Author: Robert V. Liddle, H. Ray Heit
Source: 1986 Gulf Coast Measurement Short Course (Now called ASGMT)
Year Published: 1986
Abstract: There are many reasons why it may be necessary to measure the pressure of a gas such as air or carbon dioxide, or a liquid such as water or oil. While in some applications only a rough indication of the pressure is needed, In others an accurate measurement may be required to avoid endangerment of personnel and equipment. Pressure gauges were designed and are used for the following reasons: 1. Provide Operating Information 2. Provide Test Data 3. Measuring Quantity 4. Indicating Operational Readiness 5. Measuring Force