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Self-Calibrating Sensor for Measuring Density Through Stainless Steel Pipeline Wall

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Margaret S. Greenwood, Judith A. Bamberger

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, P.O. Box 999, Richland, Washington 99352

J. Fluids Eng 126(2), 189-192 (May 03, 2004) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1677462 History: Received November 01, 2002; Revised June 04, 2003; Online May 03, 2004
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References

Workman,  J., Veltkamp,  D. J., Doherty,  S., Anderson,  B. B., Creasy,  K. E., Koch,  M., Tatera,  J. F., Robinson,  A. L., Bond,  L., Burgess,  L. W., Bokerman,  G. N., Ulhman,  A. H., Darsey,  G. P., Mozayeni,  F., Bamberger,  J. A., and Greenwood,  M. S., 1999, “Process Analytical Chemistry,” Anal. Chem., 71(12), pp. 121R–180R.
Greenwood,  M. S., Skorpik,  J. R., Bamberger,  J. A., and Harris,  R. V., 1999, “On-line density sensor for process control of liquids and slurries,” Ultrasonics, 37, 159–171.
Greenwood,  M. S., and Bamberger,  J. A., 2002, “Ultrasonic sensor to measure the density of a liquid or slurry during pipeline transport,” Ultrasonics .
Povey, M. J. W., 1997, Ultrasonic techniques for fluids characterization, Academic Press (New York).

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Schematic diagram of experimental apparatus
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Oscilloscope trace showing multiple echoes with 6.4-mm-thick steel plate
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A graph of the logarithm of the FFT amplitude versus the echo number for 10% sugar water in contact with 6.3-mm-thick SS plate
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A graph of the LN (FFT Amplitude) versus echo number for a range of pulse widths

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