|Sherman, Robert E.|
Process Analyzer Sample-Conditioning System Technology
Wiley Series in Chemical Engineering
1. Edition February 2002
2002. 648 Pages, Hardcover
- Handbook/Reference Book -
ISBN 978-0-471-29364-4 - John Wiley & Sons
A sample conditioning system extracts a continuously flowing sample, filters it, reduces the pressure temperature and flow, and delivers the sample to the analyzer. This book discusses the equipment that's necessary in order to prepare process samples to be of the same quality as its calibration material to the analyzer. The reader will also discover how to select the proper component combination to perform the sample conditioning as required.
From the contents
Chapter 1: Sample Probes.
Chapter 2: Sample Transfer Lines.
Chapter 3: Particular Filters.
Chapter 4: Sample Coolers.
Chapter 5: Sample Pumps.
Rotary (Centrifugal, Gear, Vane) Pumps.
Metering (Bellows, Diaphragm, Infusion, Peristaltic, Piston, Positive Displacement) Pumps.
Ejector (Jet) Pumps.
Chapter 6: Gas-Liquid and Liquid-Liquid Separation Devices.
Chapter 7: Sample Flow Rate Measurement and Control.
Chapter 8: Sample Pressure Measurement and Control.
Chapter 9: Material Considerations.
Chapter 10: Enclosures and Their Electrical-Hazard Rating.
Chapter 11: Enclosures and Their Climate Control.
Chapter 12: System and Component Examples: Systems That Worked and Why They Worked; Systems That Did Not Work and Why They Did Not Work.
Appendix A: System Component Source Summary (Alphabetic).
Appendix B: System Component Source Summary (Chapter/Subject).
Appendix C: Typical Enclosure and Walk-in Process Analyzer System Shelter Documentation Drawing Packages.
Appendix D: Conversion Factors and Reference Tables for Process Analyzer Sample Conditioning System Design.
Appendix E: ISA Analysis Division Technical Interest Groups.
Appendix F: Two Guides for Sizing Sample Lines and Flow Indicators.