Flow Measurement Engineering Handbook by Richard W. MillerFlow Measurement Engineering Handbook by Richard W. Miller

Flow Measurement Engineering Handbook

byRichard W. Miller

Hardcover | March 22, 1996

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A new edition of the authoritative, single-source handbook to the selection, design, specification, and installation of flowmeters measuring liquid, gas, and steam flows. Miller (president, RW Miller Consulting) supplies the key information on seven-place equation constants and simplifying equations and includes many examples, graphs, and tables to help improve performance, and save time and expense. The revised edition features the latest ISO, ASME, and ANSI-related standards, meter influence quantities for flowmeters, and proposed orifice and nozzle equations. The nine appendices present discussions and proofs, and the generalized properties of liquids and gas. Provides definitive information on selecting, sizing, and performing pipe-flow-rate calculations, using the latest ISO and ANSI standards in both SI and US equivalents. Also presents physical property data, support material for important fluid properties, accuracy estimation and installation requirements for all commonly used flowmeters, guides to meter selection and accuracy, and coverage of linear/differential producers. Includes tabular and graphical representations of equations and extensive cross-referenced appendices.
Title:Flow Measurement Engineering HandbookFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1168 pages, 9.3 × 6.2 × 2.3 inPublished:March 22, 1996Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education

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ISBN - 10:0070423660

ISBN - 13:9780070423664

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Table of Contents

Introduction.Fluid Properties.Measurement.Accuracy.Influence Quantities.Flowmeter Selection.Introduction to the Differential Producer.Installation.The Engineering Equations.Design Information.Fixed Geometry Devices.Computations.Critical Flow.Linear Flowmeters.Meter Influence Quantities.