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Title: Managing Noise In Natural Gas Facilities
Author: James L. Robertson Robert C. Becken
Source: 2017 Western Gas Measurement Short Course
Year Published: 2017
Abstract: Webster defines noise as a sound, especially one that lacks agreeable musical quality or is noticeably unpleasant. In the gas industry, objectionable sounds can come from relief valve discharges, gas blowdowns, compression equipment running, control valves throttling, and normal (and abnormal) pipeline flows . Noise emanating from pipelines can be caused by reasons other than gas flowing. Debris left in a pipeline after construction can cause metallic noises. Noise can also be generated by liquids moving in the gas flow stream.

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