Designing data-acquisition systems for natural-gas composition and properties
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General principles are formulated for the design of data-acquisition systems for determining the physicochemical compositions and properties of materials. These principles have been used in systems employed in the oil industry, e.g., in determining the properties and composition of natural gas. Experimental estimates are given of the relative errors in measuring the concentrations of natural gas components.
KeywordsHydrogen Sulfide Isobutane Volume Flow Rate Mercaptan Calcium Carbide
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