Almost every industry that use liquids and gas in any form has a need to measure flow, temperature and pressure. This text is a practical guide on how to accurately use these measuring instruments to control processes in manufacturing industries for food, beverages, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, oil, water and waste water, power, etc. With higher prices of raw materials and more severe requirements for safety and environmental issues, there is a growing demand to measure with higher precision. The book includes a number of practical examples from various industries. It discusses how to comply with safety standards regarding measurements and explains how legal control systems apply to measurements. The aim is to help any process industry reduce the risk of high costs and damage to both people and equipment.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Anders Andersson is a metrologist for Gustaf Fagerberg AB, a process control company in Sweden. His everyday work includes design and review of measurement systems with focus on uncertainty, safety, and quality. Andersson is active in the Swedish instrumentation organisation ITF and the International Society of Automation (ISA) as President Elect in the Sweden section. He organises seminars and courses and holds lectures on measurement technology at various events and schools.
After an education in electronics, Andersson started his career at SP Swedish National Testing Institute. His work in the fluid flow group has included research, standardisation, certification, and legal metrology. In 2003, Andersson published a book in measurement technology in Sweden: "Mätteknik för processindustrin." For a period of time Andersson ran his own consultancy company, but since 2012 he has been employed as senior advisor at a private company.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Application examples
Chapter 2 Flow
Chapter 3 Pressure
Chapter 4 Temperature
Chapter 5 Level
Chapter 6 In-line analysis
Chapter 7 Electrical signals
Chapter 8 Valves, pumps and pipes
Chapter 9 Safety
Chapter 10 Calibration and traceability
Chapter 11 Measurement uncertainty
Chapter 12 Foundations of metrology
Chapter 13 World of metrology