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Title: Turbulence And Its Effect In Measuring And Regulating Stations
Author: Mike Mckay
Source: 1993 Western Gas Measurement Short Course
Year Published: 1993
Abstract: For several years, gas men have been giving more thought to aerodynamcc turbulence within their pipeline systems and, in particular, the turbulence that is a result of pressure regulaiion. Considering the noise from a measurement or regulating station, it is generally conceded that measurement facilities alone will rarely be a major source of noise, since we can design the pipe to give a desired and normally tranquil velocity. On the other hand, we must expect that, in a regulator station, control of the gas veloctty is possible only up to the inlet side of an active regulator.

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