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Effects of Atmospheric Pressure on Gas Measurement

  • Reference

    998-2095-04-11-12AR0_EN

  • Type

    White paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    01/03/2012

  • Version

    1.0

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  • Reference

    998-2095-04-11-12AR0_EN

  • Type

    White paper

  • Languages

    English

  • Date

    01/03/2012

  • Version

    1.0

Description:

One of the often overlooked or misunderstood parameters in upstream gas measurement is the atmospheric pressure input. Proper electronic flow measurement (EFM) setup requires that the atmospheric pressure be accurately determined for each metering location. This paper explains the differences between gauge and absolute pressure sensors, methods of determining the atmospheric pressure at a location, and the effects on measurement accuracy.

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Description:

One of the often overlooked or misunderstood parameters in upstream gas measurement is the atmospheric pressure input. Proper electronic flow measurement (EFM) setup requires that the atmospheric pressure be accurately determined for each metering location. This paper explains the differences between gauge and absolute pressure sensors, methods of determining the atmospheric pressure at a location, and the effects on measurement accuracy.

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