October 2015

Bonus Report: Process Control and Instrumentation

Maintaining gas system accuracy and reliability through calibration

In the process industries, laser-based analytical techniques have emerged as a popular method of examining process line samples because of their high level of durability, fast response time and minimal maintenance requirements.

Dickerson, D., AURA Gas Controls

In the process industries, laser-based analytical techniques have emerged as a popular method of examining process line samples because of their high level of durability, fast response time and minimal maintenance requirements. Tunable diode laser (TDL) measurement methods, in particular, have become a common technology used for identifying concentrations of a targeted gas species, as analyzers are selected based upon the component being measured. Within the natural gas industry, TDL analyzers are primarily used to measure analytes, such as hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2), at processing facilities and points of custody transfer to verify product quality and ensure pipeline s

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