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Effects of Changing Vapor Phase Conditions on Radiation-based Continuous Level Measurement

July 072015
Effects of Changing Vapor Phase Conditions on Radiation-based Continuous Level Measurement

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Effects of Changing Vapor Phase Conditions on Radiation-based Continuous Level Measurement

By Geoffrey Bowers, Vega Radiation-based continuous level gauges provide highly reliable measurements because no part of the instrument system is exposed to the process fluid and requires no penetration into the process vessel. This paper presents a discussion on the effects of a dynamic vapor space, where the atmosphere above the process fluid changes due to reaction of process fluids and/or changes in temperature and pressure.

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