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Flow Measurement Engineering Handbook, 3rd Ed. McGraw Hill Book Company

Process Instruments and Control Handbook, Chapter 4, McGraw Hill Book Company

Driving Torques in a Theoretical Model of a Turbine Meter, J. Basic Eng., Trans. ASME,

An Experimental Study of the Capabilities of Measuring Gas Mass Flow, Flow Measurement Symposium Proceedings, ASME

A Large Hydraulic Laboratory to Meet Today's Needs, Advances in Instr

Hydraulic Calibration Laboratory, Instruments and Control Systems

Experimental Study of The Effects of Orifice Plate Eccentricity on Flow Coefficients, J. Basic Eng.,Trans. ASME

Precise Measurement of Differential Pressure When Calibrating a Head Class Meter, J. Basic Eng., Trans. ASME

A Comparison Between Orifice and Flow Nozzle Laboratory Data and Published Coefficients, J. Basic Eng., Trans ASME

A Vortex Flowmeter, FLOWCON symposium, Brighton, Sussex, UK

A Vortex Flowmeter, Calibration Results, NBS Flow Symposium, NBS

Numerical Analysis of Swirling Turbulent Flow Through a Target Meter, ASME WAM,San Francisco

A Comparison Between the Stolz Equation and Laboratory Data, ASME WAM

A Study of Inter-laboratory Comparisons of Calibrations on Ten Orifice Plates, FLOMEKO, Groningen, The Netherlands

National and International Orifice Coefficient Equations Compared to Laboratory Data, IMEKO, Tokyo

A New Coefficient Equation for Concentric Sharp Edged Orifice- Part 1 Fundamental Considerations, ASME, WAM, New York

A New Coefficient Equation for Concentric Sharp Edged Orifices- Part II Statistical Analysis, ASME

The Stolz and ASME Equation Compared to Laboratory Data, ASME, J. Fluid Eng

The Uncertainty Values for the ASME-AGA and ISO 5167 Flange Tap Orifice Equation, ASME

The Orifice Flowmeter-The State of the Art, NBS Orifice Workshop, Gaithersburg Md.

The History of Flow Measurement: Past Present and Future, Proceeding of Texas A&M Instrumentation Symposium, Texas A&M

Vortex and Orifice Flowmetering of Natural Gas, ASME

Flow Measurement in the Natural Gas Industry, Int'l Symposium Measurement Properties and Utilization of Natural Gas, Montreal, Quebec

Constants for virtually every model of Orifice Plate, Nozzle, Venturi,  Multi-Port Averaging Pitot, V-Cone,  Solve for Liquid, Gas, Vapor fluid states, Exclusive engineering features, continual checks for Cavitation, Flashing Flows, Critical Flowrate computations, Choked Flow-Rate Computations, Restrictive Orifice Computations, Energy, Overall Pressure Loss, Unique solutions derived by R.W. Miller for computations outside standard limits.