November 2011, Vol. 238 No. 11

Features

Innovations Dominate Flow Measurement Market

When flowmeters are used to measure flow, they measure one of a number of fluid types. One common way to divide up fluid types is between liquid, gas and steam. These types can be further subdivided. Types of liquid include oil, water and industrial liquids. Types of gas include natural gas, industrial gases and greenhouses gases. However, each of these types can be broken down into more specific gases. For example, types of industrial gases include oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and carbon dioxide. Steam is often divided into wet, saturated and superheated. Gas flow measurement has become increasingly important with rising oil prices. Natural gas has not undergone the same price i

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