Monthly Archives: March 2013

Reducing Wastewater Treatment Energy Consumption in the Activated Sludge Process Using Thermal Dispersion Flow Meters

As pressure increases to monitor and manage wastewater treatment energy consumption, facility operators are looking at the activated sludge process for energy reduction opportunities. Compressed air is normally injected into wastewater to mix it with the activated sludge.  Controlling the … Continue reading

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Magnetrol Teams Up With Team UT to Support Student Career Development

As the Baltimore Ravens battled to Super Bowl victory last month, TEAM UT – with a little help from Magnetrol – came out the real winners, scoring real-world learning experiences in preparation for careers in the sports and management industries. … Continue reading

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Thermal Dispersion Flow Meter Technology – Principle of Operation and Calibration Verification

While there are many technologies to measure the flow rate of air and gas, most of these methods measure the flow rate at the actual operating pressure and temperature, and require pressure and temperature correction to obtain the mass flow. … Continue reading

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Flow Metering for Emissions Measurement and Other Energy Management Applications

In today’s process industries, strategic energy management includes effective greenhouse gas and emissions measurement to meet increasing regulatory, environmental, social and bottom line demands. From energy recovery to pollution reduction, flow meters can provide data for regulatory compliance, carbon trading … Continue reading

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Technology Considerations for Measurement of In-Plant Natural Gas Consumption

The control of in-plant natural gas consumption has become a critical component of strategic energy management measures in process industries. Better information about consumption patterns of natural gas flow to discrete combustion sources creates the opportunity to optimize combustion performance … Continue reading

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