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Title: Light Hydrocarbon Liquid Sampling
Author: Thomas F. Welker
Source: 1993 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 1993
Abstract: WITH THE MEASUREMENT AND ACCOUNTING OF LPG AND LIGHT PRODUCTS BECOMING MORE IMPORTANT, THE COLLECTION OF A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE AND ITS ANALYSIS IS ALSO IMPORTANT. MANY MEASUREMENT STATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN IN THE FIELD FOR YEARS ARE NOT DESIGNED TO COLLECT A SAMPLE OF A STREAM THAT IS CONTAMINATED WITH WATER, AMINE AND NATURAL GASOLINE. THE STREAMS THAT ARE CONTAMINATED WITH CO2, METHANE, N2, AND THE LIGHTER CONTAMINATES ARE ALSO DIFFICULT TO SAMPLE. IF THE SYSTEMS ARE NOT DESIGNED TO SPECIFICALLY HANDLE ALL OF THESE CONTAMINATES, THE MASS MEASUREMENT AND COMPONENT BALANCES OF THE PLANTS AND PIPELINES WILL BE INACCURATE.


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