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Obtaining Accurate Viscosity Measurements for Food and Beverages

In the food processing industry, manufacturers are looking for two things: taste and texture. Texture is the “feeling” in the mouth when the product is eaten. It is usually assessed by measuring the product’s viscosity, defined as the resistance of a fluid that is being deformed by either shear or tensile stress, but usually thought of as its “thickness.”
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KROHNE Offers Online Academy

KROHNE, Inc. announces the availability of the KROHNE academy, featuring Web-based training on measurement technologies and other topics of interest to process measurement personnel.
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Improving accuracy and reliability in electromagnetic water meters

Electromagnetic water meters are becoming popular for bulk measurement of residential and commercial drinking water as pricing and metering gain traction for more efficient use of water. Metering enables billing based on actual water consumption. The more valuable water gets, the more interested the market is in accurate, reliable measurement.
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Larger Coriolis mass flowmeters take center stage

A brief discussion of measurement needs and practices in North America’s oil and gas industry
Accurate liquids measurement is important for the oil and gas industry. But it’s essential for bulk-transfer devices where large product volumes are moved and monitored, including crude oil depots, gasoline and jet fuel tank farms, refineries and even cruise line terminals.
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