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Title: Calibration Of Liquid Provers Using Master Meter And Water Draw
Author: Charles H. Drane
Source: 1983 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1983
Abstract: A mechanical displacement meter prover is a critical element in many liquid metering installations because the prover is the volumetric standard against which the flow meters are calibrated. It is for this reason that the Base Volume of the prover must be accurately determined. A prover is calibrated, in order to determine its base volume, by either the water withdrawal method or the master meter method of calibration. These methods are presented separately and the unique features of each discussed. The illustrations, Figures 1 thru 3, located following the conclusion of the text will be referred to in the discussions of the calibration procedures and of the equipment required.