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ASME MFC-4M - MEASUREMENT OF GAS FLOW BY TURBINE METERS Organization: ASME
Date: 1986-07-15
Description: (a) This Standard applies to: (1) axial full-flow turbine meters with mechanical and/or electrical outputs whose rotating member is driven by a compressible fluid; (2) the measurement of gas by a turbine meter; the meter's construction, installation, operation, performance characteristics, data computation and presentation, calibration, field checking, and other related considerations of the meter.
ISO 9951 - MEASUREMENT OF GAS FLOW IN CLOSED CONDUITS - TURBINE METERS - FIRST EDITION; CORRIGENDUM 1: 1994 Organization: ISO
Date: 1993-01-01
Description: This International Standard specifies dimensions, ranges, construction, performance, calibration and output characteristics of turbine meters for gas flow measurement.
AGA XQ0684 - GAS MEASUREMENT MANUAL - PART 4: GAS TURBINE METERING - XQ0684 Organization: AGA
Date: 1985-01-01
Description: This section recommends installation specifications, calibration, testing, applications, operation and maintenance procedures, and computations used in the calculations of flow related to the axial flow type gas turbine meter. Reference to other documents should be made for discussions of accessory equipment used to measure pressure, temperature, and density of the flowing gas, or for devices to automatically compute volumes at base conditions.
BSI - BS 7834 - TURBINE METERS USED FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF GAS FLOW IN CLOSED CONDUITS Organization: BSI
Date: 1995-10-15
Description: Specifies dimensions, ranges, construction, performance, calibration and output characteristics of turbine meters for gas flow measurement (but not for fuel gas for fiscal purposes).
API MPMS 4.5 - MANUAL OF PETROLEUM MEASUREMENT STANDARDS CHAPTER 4.5 MASTER METER PROVERS - FOURTH EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: This standard covers the use of displacement, turbine, Coriolis, and ultrasonic meters as master meters. The requirements in this standard are intended for single-phase liquid hydrocarbons.
MODUK - DEF STAN 66-32: PT 2:SEC 1 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR FLOW MEASUREMENT IN CLOSED CONDUITS PART 2: CALIBRATION AND APPLICATION OF FLOWMETERS COVERED IN PART 1: SECTION 1 - ISSUE 1; 06.84; BRITISH STANDARDS COVER NOD REQUIREMENTS Organization: MODUK
Date: 1984-06-01
Description: The flowmeters in Part 1, Section 10f this Code of Practice are: a) differential pressure meters (orifice plates, nozzles, venturi' nozzles and venturi tubes), b) turbine meters, c) positive displacement meters, and d) variable-area meters.
API TR 2571 - FUEL GAS MEASUREMENT - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2011-03-01
Description: This Technical Report (TR) provides guidance in the following areas to allow the user to achieve a targeted uncertainty of measurement: — selection of flow meter type; differential pressure (DP), displacement, ultrasonic, Coriolis, vortex, turbine, thermal, and others; — associated instrumentation for measuring fluid properties and flowing conditions, such as pressure and temperature transmitters, densitometers, gas chromatographs; — obtaining and use of gas composition or other analytical data; — design and installation requirements of the measurement system; — inspection, verification and calibration practices of flow meters and their associated accessory instrumentation; and — simplified uncertainty calculations with examples to illustrate the methodology.
IGEM - IGE/GM/4 - FLOWMETERING PRACTICES. INLET PRESSURE EXCEEDING 38 BAR AND NOT EXCEEDING 100 BAR - EDITION 2 Organization: IGEM
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: These procedures gives guidance on the specification, design, installation and operation of meter installations for high accuracy flow measurement of piped natural gas operating within the pressure range exceeding 38 bar and not exceeding 100 bar. They cover orifice meters, turbine meters and ultrasonic meters. They only apply to installations supplied with Natural Gas, Liquefied Natural Gas and Simulated Natural Gas in the gaseous phase where the gas temperatures at the meter are between -20°C and 75°C.
NASA-LLIS-1340 - LESSONS LEARNED – SSME 2032 TEST 901-674 SHUTDOWN MISHAP INVESTIGATION BOARD REPORT OF MARCH 3, 1992 Organization: NASA
Date: 1992-03-03
Description: The main objectives of test 901-0674 were: reacceptance of flight engine 2032 with replaced oversized piston ring seal wave spring, facility flow meter calibrations, and the greenrun of the following flight hardware: Controller U/N F48, High Pressure Fuel Turbopump U/N 2226, Low Pressure Fuel Turbopump U/N 4018, Low Pressure Oxygen Turbopump U/N 2035, and Chamber Coolant Valve Actuator (CCVA) S/N 037-71008.

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