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Articles by Jesse Yoder PhD.

The flowmeter technology/application matrix

For example, insertion flowmeters and large pipe diameters have a certain affinity
July 1, 2014
Flowmeters are classified several ways, including as traditional, “new technology” or emerging.
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Ultrasonic flowmeters wow them at CEESI Workshop

October 1, 2013
One of the most notable annual events in the flowmeter world is the Colorado Engineering Experiment Station, Inc. (CEESI) Ultrasonic Meter Workshop. The first was held in Clear Lake, Iowa, in 2001 and drew 37 attendees. In 2013, the conference was in Denver, with more than 180 participants.
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Custody transfer of natural gas: Cooperation leads to success

AGA and API helped make it possible, and suppliers responded with flowmeters that conform to standards
July 1, 2013
Custody transfer is flow’s fastest growing application, with the possible exception of multiphase flowmeter applications, which also tend to be oil-and-gas related.
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A decade dominated by the rise of new-technology flowmeters

April 4, 2013
Expect the trend toward new-technology flowmeters that has been established over the past 10 years to continue. However, the picture is likely to become more complex as emerging technologies begin to make their presence felt.
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LNG: key to supplying Asia Pacific energy needs

Australia uses about half the natural gas it produces, and exports the rest in the form of LNG
January 1, 2013
China and India tend to grab the headlines when it comes to economic growth in Asia. But when it comes to energy, the entire Asia-Pacific region is of extreme interest and encompasses much more than can be contained within those two countries’ borders.
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