Applications in cooling water, process water and steam measurement show how cutting-edge technology has improved the ability to monitor process flows.
By Brad Buecker
Past experiences can be examined to show how new technologies help improve flow measurement problems. The following examples are taken from the author’s experience from nearly two decades at two coal-fired power plants and another two years at a chemical plant. This article presents several of these applications ranging from measurement of large flow volumes to obtaining accurate readings in lines with little straight-run piping.
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