Full Description This standard covers selection, installation, commissioning, calibration and verification of Hybrid Tank Measurement Systems HTMSs for the measurement of level, static mass, observed and standard volume, and observed and reference density in tanks storing petroleum and petroleum products. It is up to the user to define which measurements are required for custody transfer or inventory control purposes standard volume, mass, or both. Therefore, this standard also provides a method of uncertainty analysis, with examples, to enable users to select the correct components and configure an HTMS to more closely address the intended application. See Appendix B.
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The list bclow is the roster of the Electronic Gas Measurcment Working Group at the time of publication but is by no means a complete list of individuals who participated in the development of this document. Berry, Applied Automation, Inc. Boyd, Halliburton Services R. Chittim, American Petroleum Institute F. Glazebrook, Tcnneco Gas J.
Griffeth, Bristol Babcock Inc. Ice, Aramco Services Co. Leitschuh, Tenneco Gas Transportation Co. Riddick, Enron Corp. GPA Liaison W. Shiflet, Lone Star Gas Co. Liaison G. Simmons, Amoco Production Co.
Stark, Williams Natural Gas Co. Teyssandier, Texaco Inc. E Van Orsdol, Chevron U. Williams, Oryx Energy Co.
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Akidal So, I want to give thanks to the many people of the ISA who work on securing the future of the organization just as the original founders had. Moreover, it provides a versatile solution, which allows different hardware and communication protocols to be used and allows DCS as a platform for software inventory calculations. Deviating from these requirements can generate unpleasant challenges and errors in measurement. Automation Federation completes third review and update of the original Automation Competency Model. Latest Press Releases ISA to provide end-user perspective in new international smart manufacturing collaboration. GWR technology has many advantages, which make appi an attractive option for inventory tank gauging:. We want to hear from you!
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