CONTRIBUTORS WANTED

Dear Colleague,

We are working on the 5th edition of my Instrument Engineer’s Handbook and are looking for experts to update existing or prepare new chapters in Volume 1, which deals with Measurement and Analysis.

If you feel qualified or if you know colleagues who are experts  in the various areas of measurement and analysis, please review the Contents below and contact the Volume Editor, Mrs. Kriszta Venczel at: kvenczel@gmail.com (not me!) indicating which existing chapter you would like to update or which new one you would like to prepare?

Béla Lipták, PE
President of Béla Lipták Associates, PC
Automation and Safety Consultants
84 Old N. Stamford Rd, Stamford CT. 06905
T/F: 203-357-7614, E: liptakbela@aol.com
www.BelaLiptakPE.com

 

 

IAEH, 5th Edition: CONTENTS

(299-137 unassigned~50%)

General Considerations  1

(14 Total – 1 Unassigned)

 

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Ed. Author

5th Edition Author

Assigned

1

1.6

Accuracy

Lipták

Lipták

1a

 

Accracy, Stochiastic and Economic

 

Bagajewich

2

1.12

Binary Logic Diagrams (ISA 5.2)

Gilbert

Gilbert

3

1.8

Calibration

Hashemian

Becker

 

4

1.6

Configuring Intelligent Devices

Berge

Has..

Pinceti

5

1.11

Evaluation and Life Cycle

Smith

Berge

L.Rajagopalan

7

1.7

Installation

Gibson

 

Yuwono

9

-

Maintenance

None

 

Becker

 

10a

-

Performance

-

Moreno

11

1.9

Response Time and Drift Testing

Hashemian

 

 

12

7.18

Soft Sensors

Bain

ROMEL S BHULLAR

13

1.3

Terminology and Testing

Lipták

Lipták

 

 

14

1.5

Uncertainty: Estimation, Propagation, and Reporting

Dieck

Rheinhart

 

 

 

Flow Measurement Devices  2

(42 – 17 Unassigned)

 

 

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assignedr 2

15

2.1

Flowmeter Selection

Lipták

Lipták

 

16

-

Service: Abrasive, Corrosive, Slurry, Viscous

-

Connella

17

-

Service: Bi-Directional Flows

 

 

 

18

-

Service: High and Low Temperature

 

 

 

19

-

Service: Semi-filled Pipes or Multi-Phase Flows

-

Gambir

20

2.17

Service: Polyphase Flows of Oil, Water and Gas

Gibson

Gambhir

21

-

Service: Non-contact, Non-Penetrating Designs

 

 

 

22

-

Installation: D/P Sensors and Transmitters

-

Conella

23

-

Installation: Types of Manifolds

-

Ofoh

Conella

24

-

Maintenance and Calibration

-

Ohof

Wagelin

25

2.2

Anemometers

Lipták

 

 

26

2.3

BTU Flowrate in Heat Exchangers

Lipták

 

 

27

2.4

BTU Flowrate Provided by Gaseous Fuels

Lipták

 

 

28

2.5

Cross Correlation Design

Hashemian

 

 

29

2.6

Elbow Taps

Gibson

 

 

30

2.7

Flow Switches

Boyes

Muhammad Fahad

31

2.8

Jet Deflection Design

Lipták

 

 

32

2.9

Laminar Flow Measurement

Arant

 

 

33

2.10

Magnetic Flowmeters

Eren

Thomson,

 

34

2.11

Mass Flow – Coriolis

Anklin/Drahm

Martin Anklin/Wolfgang Rahm

 

35

2.12

Mass Flow – Miscellaneous

Jamison

 

 

36

2.13

Mass Flow – Thermal

Baan

Baan

 

37

2.14

Metering Pumps

Boyes

 

 

37a

-

Multiphase Measurement

-

Gambhir

38

2.15

Orifice Plates, and Their Sizing

Arant

Connella,

39

-

Orifices for Restriction

-

Yuwono,

 

40

2.16

Pitot and Area Averaging Tubes

Lipták

 

 

41

2.18

Positive Displacement Gas Meters

Yoder

Ofoh

 

42

2.19

Positive Displacement Liquid Meters and Provers

Lipták

Ofoh

 

43

2.20

Purge Flow Regulators

Lipták

Djkman

Von Goethem

 

44

2.21

Segmental Wedge

Lipták

 

 

45

2.22

Sight Flow Indicators

Sanders

 

 

46

2.23

Solids Flowmeters and Feeders

Lipták

 

 

46a

-

Sonar Flowmeter

-

Muhammad Fahad

47

2.24 

Target Meters

Boyes

 

 

48

2.25 

Turbine and Rotary Element Designs

Arant

Von Goethem

 

49

2.26 

Ultrasonic Meters: Transit-Time and Doppler

Yoder

Baker

50

2.27 

Variable Area (Rotameters), Gap and Vane Designs

Baan

Von Goethem

Djkman

 

51

2.28 

V-Cone

Boyes

Voss

 

52

2.29 

Venturi Tubes, Flow Tubes and Flow Nozzles

Arant

Connella

 

53

2.30 

Vortex and Fluidic Meters

Boyes

Connella

54

2.31 

Weirs and Flumes for Open Channels

Pawlowski

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 Level Measurement

(27 – 9 unassigned)

 

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assignedtus

55

3.1

Selection of Level Detectors

Roede

Mark H. Murphy

√√

55a

-

Installation considerations

 

Oscar Castañeda Vazquez

56

-

Applications – Interface, foam, boiling services

 

Rob E.V. Koene, Simon

57

-

Applications – Non-contacting, non-penetrating

 

Mark H. Murphy

58

-

Applications: – Water level in nuclear reactor core

 

Lipták,

58a

-

Applications: – Oil and LNG Tank Gauging

-

 

 

59

 

Applications: Slurry, sludge, coating fluids

 

Murphy

 

60

 

Applications: Solids Including Sticky Solids

 

Murphy

 

60a

-

Application – Sulfur

-

Alejandro Varga

 

61

 

Accessories: Manifords

 

Murphy

 

62

 

Accessories: Chemical Seals

 

Murphy

 

63

3.2

Bubblers

Langford

Cullen Langford,

 

64

3.3

Capacitance and Radio Frequency Admittance

Roede

David L. Ubert

65

3.4

Conductivity and Field Effect Level Switches

Lipták

 

 

66

3.5

Diaphragm Type

Roede

 

 

67

3.6

Differential Pressure, Hydrostatic Designs

Nay

Allen D. Houtz,

68

3.7

Displacer Devices

Langford

Cullen Langford,

 

69

3.8

Float Type Sensors

Langford

Michael Connella III

70

3.9

Laser Sensors

Vujicic

Michael Connella III

71

3.10

Level Gauges Including Magnetic

Nyce

David S. Nyce

71a

-

Magnetostrictive

-

David S. Nyce

72

3.11

Microwave  Switches

Boyes

 

 

73

3.12

Optical Level Sensors

Lipták

 

 

74

3.13

Radar, Non-Contacting

Boyes

GAMBHIR/Yadav

 

75

3.14

Radar, Contacting Designs (TDR, GWR, PDS)

Carsella

Robert J. Botwinski

 

76

3.15

Radiation Type Sensors

Rodgers

Andrew J. Livingston

77

3.16

Resistance Tapes

Lipták

 

 

78

3.17

Rotating Paddle Switches

Boyes

 

 

79

3.18

Tape and Float Designs

Lipták

SREENEVASAN

80

3.19

Thermal Sensors

Lipták

 

 

81

3.20

Ultrasonic Detectors

Jamison

Michael Connella III

82

3.21

Vibrating Switches

 

Lipták

 

 

 

 

Temperature Measurement    4

(21 – 10 unassigned)

 

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assignedus

83

4.1

Selection of Temperature Sensors

Adler/Moore

Deepak Deore

84

 

Applications – Cryogenic

 

Jesús Gallego Otero

85

 

Applications – High Temperature

 

Huaichun Zhou

86

 

Applications in Hostile Environments

 

 

 

87

 

Applications to Eliminate Interferences

 

 

 

88

4.3

Calibrators and Simulators

Edvi/Jamison

John Thompson,

 

89

4.14

Installation Considerations and Thermowells

Lipták

Michael Connella III

 

90

4.2

Bimetallic Thermometers

Edvi/Jamison

Michael Connella III

91

4.4

Cones, Crayons, Labels, Paints and Pellets

Edvi/Jamison

 

 

92

4.6

Filled Bulb and Glass Stem Thermometers

Jamison

 

 

93

4.7

Integrated Circuitry (IC), Transistor and Diode Designs

Lipták

 

 

94

4.8

Miscellaneous Sensors

Sloneker/Jamison

 

 

94a

-

Multipoint Sensors

 

Bhagyashree Pataskar

95

4.5

Optical Fiber Thermometers (OFT)

Lipták

Dennis Horwitz

96

4.9

Pyrometers – Radiation and Infrared (IR)

Lipták

 

 

97

4.10

Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs)

Lipták

Michael Connella III

98

4.11

Temperature Switches and Thermostats

Adler/Moore

 

 

99

4.12

Thermistors

Giráo

 

 

100

4.13

Thermocouples (TC)

Lipták

Daniel Alonso-Alvarez

 

100a

4.14

Thermowells

Lipták

Mark H. Murphy

101

4.15

Ultrasonic and Sonic Thermometers

Lipták

 

 

 

Pressure Measurement    5

(23 – 13 unassigned)

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assignedatus

102

5.1

Orientation and Selection

Nay

 

 

103a

5.2

Accessories: Calibrators

Nay

Pantay Patel???

Alejandro Varga ???

 

103b

5.2

Accessories: Chemical Seals

Nay

Pantay Patel???

Alejandro Varga ???

 

104

5.3

Bellows Type Sensors

Jamison/Edvi

 

 

105

5.4

Bourdon and Helical Sensors

Jamison/Edvi

 

 

106

 

Capacitance Sensors

 

Ajay V. Deshmukh

107

5.5

Diaphragm or Capsule Elements

Jamison

 

 

108

5.6

Differential Pressure (D/P) Detectors

Lipták

Michael Connella III

109

8.20

Differential Vapor Pressure Sensors

Lipták

 

 

110

-

D/P Installations and Manifolds

-

Emmanuel Ujiro

 

111

5.7

Electronic Pressure Sensors

Lipták

Keith Sommers???

 

112

5.8

High Pressure Sensors

Lipták

 

 

113

 

Magnetic (Inductive, Reluctive and LVDT)

 

Ajay V. Deshmukh

114

5.9

Manometers

Welch

 

 

115

 

Optical detectors

 

 

 

116

 

Piezoelectric Detectors

 

Ajay V. Deshmukh

117

 

Potentiometric Sensors

 

Mehul Pancholi

118

5.11

Pressure Gauges

Jamison/Edvi

Mark H. Murphy

119

5.12

Pressure Repeaters

Lipták

 

 

120

5.10

Pressure Scanners

Lipták

 

 

121

5.13

Pressure and D/P Switches

Lipták

John W Thompson

122

 

Resonant Wire Elements

 

 

 

123

 

Strain Gauge Type Sensors

 

Mehul Pancholi

124

5.14

Vacuum Sensors

Gilbert

 

 

 

 

 

DENSITY    6

(12 – 6 unassigned)

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assignedus

125

6.1

Application and Selection

Jamison/Edvi

Victor Vagelin

126

-

Accoustic Densitometers

-

 

 

127

6.2

Displacement and Float Densitometers

Jamison/Edvi

 

 

128

6.10

Gas Densitometers Including Position Based

Langford

Cullen Langford

129

6.3

Hydrometers

Lipták

 

 

130

6.4

Hydrostatic Densitometers

Lipták

Hesham Fandy

131

6.5

Coriolis Densitometer

Jamison

Emmanuel Ujiro

132

6.6

Nuclear Radiation Densitometers

Livingston

Andrew J. Livingston

 

133

6.7

Ultrasonic Sludge and Slurry Densitometers

Lipták

 

 

134

 

Torsional Vibration Type

 

 

 

135

6.8

Vibrating and Resonance Densitometers

Murer

Martin Apschner

136

6.9

Weight Based Densitometers

Lipták

 

 

 

 

SAFETY SENSORS    7

(26-7 unassigned)

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assigned

136a

-

Alarm System Management

-

Lipták

137

 

Air – Quality and Safety

 

 

 

139

8.16

Combustibles

Tatera

Gupta

140

8.19

Corrosion Monitoring

Lipták

 

 

141

7.5 

Excess Flow and Regular Check Valves

Lipták

 

 

141a

-

Deluge Systems

-

Jef Snoeys

142

-

Explosion Proofing

-

Simon Lucchini

143

7.6 

Explosion Suppression and Deluge Systems

Lipták

Raju

144

7.7 

Flame Arresters, Emergency Vents

Lipták

 

 

145

7.8 

Flame, Fire and Smoke Detectors

Lipták

Hesham Fandy

146

-

Inert Gas Purging

-

Kumar

147

7.2 

Intrinsic Safety

Rohr

Hesham Fandy

148

7.9  

Leak Detectors

Lipták

Simon Lucchini

148a

-

Nuclear Radiation Detectors

-

Dr. Ajay V. Deshmukh

149

-

Pipe Condition Detectors, “Pigs”

-

Béla Lipták

150

1.10

Redundant and Voting Systems

Berge

Simon Lucchini

151

7.15 

Relief Valves – Capacity Determination

 

Mark Murphy,

 

152

7.16 

Relief Valves – Sizing, Specification, Installation

 

Mark Murphy

 

153

7.17 

Rupture Discs

Miller

Dean Miller

154

-

Safety – Fracking

-

 

 

155

-

Safety – Nuclear Power Plants

-

 

 

156

-

Safety – Offshore Drilling

-

ROMEL S BHULLAR

157

-

Safety – Pipeline Operation

-

ROMEL S BHULLAR

157a

-

SIS Systems, SIL Calculations

-

Wright

 

158

8.59

Toxic Gas Monitoring

Jarvis

Gupta

158a

-

Vacuum Breakers and Air Release

-

 

 

159

7.22 

Vibration, Shock, Acceleration

Eren

Bapat Jayprakash Gajanan

 

        

 

 

  ENERGY INDUSTRY INSTRUMENTS     8

(18 – 11 unassigned)

New Ch.No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assigned

161

8.14 

Coal Analyzers

Lipták

 

 

162

8.21

Dioxin Analysis

Lipták

 

 

163

 

Electric Meters – Bi-Directional

 

 

 

164

7.3   

Electric Meters – Conventional

Giráo

 

 

165

 

Electric Meters – Smart 

 

 

 

166

7.4    

Energy Management, Load Shedding

Lipták

ROMEL S BHULLAR

167

 

Fuel Cell Sensors

 

 

 

168

 

Geothermal Sensors

 

 

 

169

8.8   

Heating Value Calorimeters

Lewko

 

 

169a

-

Multiphase Oil & Gas Sensors

-

Ofoh Emmanuel Ujiro

170

-

Natural Gas Measurements

-

David Gallego

171

-

Nuclear Reactor Measurements

-

 

 

172

-

Oil Quality Analyzers

-

 

 

174

-

Solar -  Collector Positioning Sensors

-

Daniel Alonso-Alvarez

175

-

Solar – Converters

-

Seethepalli

176

-

Solar – Insolation Sensors

-

 

 

177

8.3   

Stack Particulate Sampling

Lipták

 

 

178

-

Wind Turbine Instruments 

-

Ramirez, Raul Garduno

 

 

PROPERTIES and CONDITIONS    9

(45-29 unassigned)

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assigned

178a

8.7

BOD, COD, TOD

Tatera

 

 

179

7.1

Boroscopes, Visual Inspection Tools

Lipták

 

 

180

 

Coagulation Related Measurements

 

 

 

181

8.17 

Conductivity Measurement

Gray

 

 

182

8.15 

Colorimeters

Reed

 

 

183

8.18

Consistency Measurement

Waller

 

 

184

 

Earthquake Monitoring, Tremor Seismographs

 

 

 

185

8.23

Fiber-Optic Probes

Reed

 

 

187

8.27

Infrared, IR and NIR Measurements

Baughman

Ajay V. Deshmukh

188

8.28

Ion-Selective Electrodes

Durden

 

 

189

7.11 

Machine Vision Technology

Reed

 

 

190

8.29

Mass Spectrometers

Gilbert

 

 

191

7.12 

Metal Detectors

Lipták

 

 

192

8.35

Molecular Weight

Lipták

 

 

192a

-

Multiple Gas FTIR Monitors, Spectrometers

-

 

 

193

7.13 

Noise Sensors

Lipták

Bapat Prakash

194

-

Nuclear Radiation

-

Ajay V. Deshmukh

195

8.38 

Odor Detection

Durden

 

 

195a

8.41

Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP)

Lipták

Michael Connella III

196

8.46

Particulates, Smoke, Dust  and Opacity

Lipták

 

 

197

8.47 

Particle Size and Distribution

Lipták

Simon Wilson

197a

8.48

pH Measurement

Gray(2003)

McMillan (1995)

Michael Connella III

198

8.50 

Physical Properties – ASTM Methods

Verhappen

Ian Verhappen

199

7.10 

Position, Linear and Angular

Berge

Dennis Horwitz

200

7.14 

Proximity Sensors and Limit Switches

Lipták

Paul Katende

 

201

8.51

Raman Analyzers

Sethi

Ajay V. Deshmukh

202

8.52

Refractometers

Lipták

 

 

203

8.53

Rheometers

Magda

 

 

203a

-

Sand and Erosion Detection

-

HARVINDAR S GAMBHIR and Satish Yadav

204

8.40

Spectrometry, Open Path (FT-IR, IR, UV)

Jarvis

Ajay V. Deshmukh

205

7.19 

Tachometers and Angular Speed Detectors

Lipták

 

 

206

8.57

Thermal Conductivity Detectors

Lipták

 

 

207

7.20 

Thickness and Dimension

Lipták

 

 

208

-

Thickness, Conditon of  Pipeline Walls (PIGs)

-

 

 

209

7.21 

Torque and Force

Giáro

 

 

209a

8.58

Total Carbon Analyzer (TOC)

Lee-Alvarez

 

 

210

8.60 

Turbidity, Sludge and Suspended Solids

Lipták

SREENEVASAN

 

211

8.61

Ultraviolet and Visible Analyzers

Lipták

Phil Harris

212

8.62

Viscometers – Application and Selection

Lipták

Victor Wegelin

213

8.63

Viscometers – Laboratory

Lipták

Victor Wegelin

214

8.64

Viscometers – Industrial

Jamison

Martin Apschner

215

7.23 

Weather Stations

Lipták

 

 

216

7.24 

Weight – Design and Application

Lipták

 

 

217

7.25 

Weight – Load Cells

Lipták

Paul Katende

 

218

8.66

Wet Chemistry and Autotitrator

Baughman

 

 

 

FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer)

 

ANALYZERS     10

(41-18 unassigned)

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

Assigned

219

8.1 

Analyzer Application and Selection

Ullman

ROMEL S BHULLAR

220

8.2 

Analyzers, Process Sampling

Lipták

Ian Verhappen

221

-

Air – Automatic Remote Monitoring

-

 

 

222

-

Air – Particulates

-

 

 

223

8.5 

Air – Quality Monitoring, Sampling

Lipták

 

 

224

-

Ammonia

-

David Gallego

224a

8.6

Biometers

Lipták

 

 

225

8.9 

Carbon Dioxide

Lipták

 

 

225a

-

Carbon Dioxide in Liquidsz

-

Martin Apschner

225a

8.10

Carbon Monoxide

Lipták

 

 

226

8.11

Chlorine

Lipták

 

 

227

8.12

Chromatographs – Gas

Annino

ROMEL S BHULLAR

228

8.13

Chromatographs – Liquid

 

Lipták

ROMEL S BHULLAR

228a

-

Cyanide Analysers – Weak-Acid Dissociable (WAD)

-

SREENEVASAN

229

8.4 

Electrochemical Analyzers

Lipták

Sury Vedula

230

8.22

Element Monitors

Lipták

 

 

231

8.24

Fluoride Analyzers

Lipták

 

 

232

8.25

Hydrocarbon Analyzers

Verhappen and Martin

Ian Verhappen

232a

-

Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN) Monitors

-

SREENEVASAN

233

 

Hydrogen in Steam or Air

 

 

 

234

8.26

Hydrogen Sulfide

Lipták

Phil Harris

235

8.30

Mercury in Ambient Air

Saltsman

PHIL HARRIS

236

8.31

Mercury in Water

Lipták

 

 

236a

-

Metal Particle Detection in Lubricant Oil

-

Simon Wilson

237

 

Methane in Air and Water

 

 

 

238

8.32

Moisture in Air: Humidity and Dew Point

Lipták

Victor Wegelin

239

8.33

Moisture in Gases and Liquids

Tatera

Sury Vendula

300

8.34

 

Moisture in Solids

Lipták

 

 

301

8.36

Nitrate and Total Nitrogen

Lee-Alvarez

 

 

302

8.37

Nitrogen Oxide Analyzers

Lipták

Phil Harris

302a

8.39

Oil in or On Water

Verhappen

Ian Verhappen

303

-

Oil Sand Composition

-

Ian Verhappen

304

8.42 

Oxygen in Gases

Tatera

David S. Nyce

305

8.43 

Oxygen in Liquids (Dissolved Oxygen)

Dztewatkoski

 

 

306

8.44 

Ozone in Gases

Bollyky

L.J. Bollyky

307

8.45 

Ozone in Water

Bollyky

L.J. Bollyky

308

8.49 

Phosphorus Analyzer

Lipták

 

 

309

8.55

Sulfur-in-Oil Analyzers

Lipták

 

 

310

8.56

Sulfur Oxide Analyzers

Lipták

Phil Harris

311

8.54

Streaming Current or Particle Charge Analyzer

Lipták

Alcala Francisco????

 

315

8.65

Water – Quality Monitoring

Lipták

Emmanuel Ujiro

     

 

UNIQUE SENSORS FOR SPECIAL TASKS 11

          (In this Section, please describe ONLY those sensors which are unique to the particular industry or application and give only an overview of these specialized sensors)

(21-13 unassigned)

New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No.

Title

5th Edition Author(s)

Assigned

320

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Agriculture

Mudhalwadkar

321

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Automobiles

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321a

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Biomedical

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322

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Coal Power

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323

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Computer Chip Manufacturing

Béla Lipták

 

323a

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Custody Transfer

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324

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Drilling for Oil or Gas 

Romel Bullhar

325

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Fracking 

Béla Lipták

326

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Home Automation 

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327

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HVAC

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328

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Hydrogen Industry

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329

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Medical Applications

Mehul Pancholi

 

330

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Military Examples

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331

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Mining Safety

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332

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Oil – Deep Sea Drilling

Béla Lipták

Romel Bullhar

332a

 

Oil Platform Remote Data Monitoring

Guha

333

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Oil Sand Processing

Ian Verhappen

334

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Pipelining, Intelligent “Pigs”

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335

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Robotics

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336

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Transportation

Curt Wendt

336a

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Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)

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TRANSMITTERS      12

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New Ch. No.

Old Ch. No. In Volume 2

Title

4th Edition Author(s)

5th Edition Author(s)

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337

V2-3.5

Telemetering Systems

Eren

David L. Ubert

338

V2-3.6

Transmitters: Electronic

Nyce

 

 

339

V2-3.7

Transmitters: Fiber-Optic

Lipták

Dennis Horowitz

339a

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Transmitter Installation for SIF Applications”. 

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Seethepalli

340

 

Transmitters – Miniature

 

 

 

341

V2-3.8

Transmitters: Pneumatic

Lipták

Allen D. Houtz

342

V2-3.9

Transmitters: Self-Checking

Berge

 

 

343

V2-3.10

Transmitters: Smart, Multivariable

Berge

Bhagyashree (Shree) Pataskar

344

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Transmitters – Wireless

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Dick Caro

 

 

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