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IMPORTANT READ INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING, Be sure that these instructions are carefully read and understood before any operation is. attempted Improper use of this device in some applications may result in damage or injury The. user is urged to keep this book filed in a convenient location for future reference. These instructions may not cover all details or variations in equipment or cover every possible. situation to be met in connection with installation operation or maintenance Should problems arise. that are not covered sufficiently in the text the purchaser is advised to contact Emerson Process. Management Remote Automation Solutions for further information. EQUIPMENT APPLICATION WARNING, The customer should note that a failure of this instrument or system for whatever reason may. leave an operating process without protection Depending upon the application this could result in. possible damage to property or injury to persons It is suggested that the purchaser review the. need for additional backup equipment or provide alternate means of protection such as alarm. devices output limiting fail safe valves relief valves emergency shutoffs emergency switches. etc If additional information is required the purchaser is advised to contact Remote Automation. RETURNED EQUIPMENT WARNING, When returning any equipment to Remote Automation Solutions for repairs or evaluation. please note the following The party sending such materials is responsible to ensure that the. materials returned to Remote Automation Solutions are clean to safe levels as such levels are. defined and or determined by applicable federal state and or local law regulations or codes Such. party agrees to indemnify Remote Automation Solutions and save Remote Automation Solutions. harmless from any liability or damage which Remote Automation Solutions may incur or suffer due. to such party s failure to so act,ELECTRICAL GROUNDING. Metal enclosures and exposed metal parts of electrical instruments must be grounded in. accordance with OSHA rules and regulations pertaining to Design Safety Standards for Electrical. Systems 29 CFR Part 1910 Subpart S dated April 16 1981 OSHA rulings are in agreement. with the National Electrical Code, The grounding requirement is also applicable to mechanical or pneumatic instruments that.
include electrically operated devices such as lights switches relays alarms or chart drives. EQUIPMENT DAMAGE FROM ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE VOLTAGE. This product contains sensitive electronic components that can be damaged by exposure to an. electrostatic discharge ESD voltage Depending on the magnitude and duration of the ESD this. can result in erratic operation or complete failure of the equipment Read supplemental document. S14006 for proper care and handling of ESD sensitive components. ControlWave Flow Measurement Applications Guide,Chapter 1 Introduction 1 1. 1 1 Components of the ControlWave Standard Gas Flow Measurement Application 1 1. 1 2 Overview of the Standard Gas Flow Measurement Application 1 2. 1 2 1 Data Acquisition Static Pressure Differential Pressure Temperature Variables 1 2. 1 2 2 Flow and Volume Calculations 1 3, 1 2 3 Flow Rate and Flow Time Calculations AGA3 1 3. 1 2 4 Flow Rate and Flow Time Calculations AGA7 1 3. 1 2 5 Extension Calculation and Analog Averaging 1 4. 1 2 6 Energy Calculation 1 4,1 2 7 Volume and Energy Integration 1 4. 1 2 8 Downstream Pressure Tap 1 4, 1 2 9 Historical Data Storage Audit Records Archive Files 1 4. 1 2 10 Run Switching 1 6,1 2 11 Sampler and Odorizer 1 7.
1 2 12 Chromatograph Interface 1 7,1 2 13 Nominations 1 7. 1 3 Scope of the Manual 1 7,Chapter 2 Getting Started 2 1. 2 1 Before You Begin 2 1,2 2 Application Files 2 2. 2 3 Starting the Application in TechView 2 3, 2 3 1 Startup Sequence for ControlWave GFC GFC Plus Corrector 2 3. 2 3 2 Startup Sequence for ControlWave EFM 2 3,2 3 3 Startup Sequence for ControlWave XFC 2 3.
2 4 TechView Screens 2 3, 2 4 1 Logging Onto the ControlWave Flow Computer EFM GFC XFC 2 4. 2 5 Accessing Pages of the Flow Measurement Application 2 5. Chapter 3 Using the Measurement Group Data Tab 3 1. 3 1 Accessing the Data Tab 3 1,3 2 Meter Run Overview 3 2. 3 3 Station Summary 3 6,3 3 1 Forward Reverse Summary 3 11. Chapter 4 Using the Measurement Group Config Tab 4 1. 4 1 Accessing the Config Tab 4 2,4 2 Meter Run I O Configuration 4 3. 4 3 Alarm Configuration 4 13,4 4 Analog Input Output Configuration 4 19.
4 5 Auto Adjust Configuration 4 22,4 6 Transmitter Configuration 4 26. 4 7 Basic Flow Setup 4 28,4 7 1 Basic Flow Setup AGA3TERM 4 28. 4 7 2 Basic Flow Setup AGA3I 4 31,4 7 3 Basic Flow Setup AGA7 4 35. 4 7 4 Basic Flow Setup Coriolis 4 38,4 8 Flow Equation Selection and Details 4 40. Issued Oct 2014 Contents iii,ControlWave Flow Measurement Applications Guide.
4 8 1 Differential Measurement AGA3I 1992 equation 4 41. 4 8 2 Differential Measurement AGA3TERM 1985 equation 4 45. 4 8 3 Linear Measurement AGA7 4 48,4 8 4 Coriolis Measurement 4 51. 4 9 Compressibility Setup 4 53,4 10 GC Summary 4 57. 4 11 Chromatograph Component Range Setup 4 64, 4 12 Sampler and Odorizer Output Configuration 4 69. 4 13 Mechanical Counter Configuration 4 72,4 14 Nominations 4 73. 4 15 Flow Control and Valve Control 4 78,4 16 Run Switching 4 85.
Chapter 5 Using the Measurement Group Logs Tab 5 1. 5 1 Accessing the Logs Tab 5 1, 5 2 Viewing Archives Meter Run Archive Files Alarms 5 1. 5 2 1 Using the Float Format dialog box 5 6,5 2 2 Working with the Archive Grid 5 7. 5 3 View Audit Trail 5 8,5 4 Archive File Collection 5 11. Chapter 6 Using the Device Group Config Tab 6 1,6 1 Accessing the Config Tab 6 1. 6 2 Meter Run Save Load Configuration 6 2,6 2 1 Creating a Recipe 6 4.
6 2 2 Saving the Recipe 6 5, 6 2 3 Recalling a Saved Recipe and Sending Its Values to the ControlWave 6 5. Chapter 7 Using the Device Group Comm Tab 7 1,7 1 Accessing the Config Tab 7 1. 7 2 Radio Control 7 1,Chapter 8 Using the Device Group Specials Tab 8 1. 8 1 Accessing the Specials Tab 8 1,8 2 RTU Date and Time 8 1. Appendix M Modbus Coil and Register Maps M 1,Index IND 1.
iv Contents Issued Oct 2014,ControlWave Flow Measurement Applications Guide. Chapter 1 Introduction, This manual focuses on how you can configure and use the standard gas. measurement application program available with ControlWave flow. computer products,The ControlWave flow computer products include. ControlWave Gas Flow Computer GFC, ControlWave Gas Flow Computer Plus GFC in enclosure. ControlWave Gas Flow Corrector,ControlWave Electronic Flow Meter EFM.
ControlWave Explosion Proof Flow Computer XFC, This chapter provides an overview of the ControlWave flow computer. application and details the structure of this manual. In This Chapter, 1 1 Components of the ControlWave Standard Gas Flow Measurement. Application 1 1, 1 2 Overview of the Standard Gas Flow Measurement Application 1 2. 1 2 1 Data Acquisition Static Pressure Differential Pressure. Temperature Variables 1 2,1 2 2 Flow and Volume Calculations 1 3. 1 2 3 Flow Rate and Flow Time Calculations AGA3 1 3. 1 2 4 Flow Rate and Flow Time Calculations AGA7 1 3. 1 2 5 Extension Calculation and Analog Averaging 1 4. 1 2 6 Energy Calculation 1 4,1 2 7 Volume and Energy Integration 1 4.
1 2 8 Downstream Pressure Tap 1 4, 1 2 9 Historical Data Storage Audit Records Archive Files 1 4. 1 2 10 Run Switching 1 6,1 2 11 Sampler and Odorizer 1 7. 1 2 12 Chromatograph Interface 1 7,1 2 13 Nominations 1 7. 1 3 Scope of the Manual 1 7, 1 1 Components of the ControlWave Standard Gas Flow Measurement. Application, The ControlWave standard gas flow measurement application consists of.
A ControlWave project file PRO pre programmed for natural gas. measurement, A customized flash configuration profile FCP file that configures. the ports memory audit and archive parameters of the ControlWave. GFC GFC Plus EFM XFC Corrector, A TechView session This includes the TechView session file. TVS associated INI files and a set of HTM menus customized. Revised Oct 2014 Introduction 1 1,ControlWave Flow Measurement Applications Guide. for the gas measurement application You use these menus to. configure the application, 1 2 Overview of the Standard Gas Flow Measurement Application. The ControlWave standard gas flow measurement application collects. static pressure differential pressure and temperature data and computes. flow energy and volume for a station, A station typically refers to a single flow computer and all its associated.
meter runs Each meter run refers to measurement of natural gas through. a single pipeline, There are certain variations in the application depending upon which. ControlWave model you use For example the ControlWave EFM. supports up to four meter runs whereas other models are only configured. to support one or two meter runs, Note If your ControlWave application requires more than four meter. runs you should use the Station Manager application instead See. the ControlWave Station Manager Configuration Manual D5136. for more information, Similarly certain input output I O options only apply to certain models. Common features for all versions of the application are discussed below. 1 2 1 Data Acquisition Static Pressure Differential Pressure. Temperature Variables, The application requires these process inputs for orifice measurement. static pressure SP collected once per second, differential pressure DP collected once per second.
flowing temperature T collected once per second, The application requires these process inputs for measurement using a. positive displacement PD turbine or ultrasonic meter. static pressure SP collected once per second,frequency input collected once per second. flowing temperature T collected once per second, The application also collects self test and compensation variables at. intervals of four seconds or less, Pressure data can come from any of the following sources. Analog pressure transmitters connected to analog input points on a. process I O module in the ControlWave flow computer. Built in multivariable transducer, External multivariable transmitters Bristol or Rosemount using.
BSAP or Modbus communications through an RS 485 communication. 1 2 Introduction Revised Oct 2014,ControlWave Flow Measurement Applications Guide. 1 2 2 Flow and Volume Calculations, Flow and volume calculations conform to American Petroleum Institute. API and American Gas Association AGA standards,Supported flow calculations include. AGA3 1985 NX 19, AGA3 1992 with selectable AGA8 Gross or AGA8 Detail. AGA7 NX 19,AGA7 with selectable AGA8 Gross or AGA8 Detail.
Auto adjust AGA7 NX 19, Auto adjust AGA7 with selectable AGA8 Gross or AGA8 Detail. The application performs a complete flow calculation using the process. variables every second Each calculation includes instantaneous rate. according to API 14 3 compressibility according to AGA 8 Detail or. Gross method and updates of all volumes totals and archive averages. 1 2 3 Flow Rate and Flow Time Calculations AGA3, For orifice flow measurement the application compares the differential. pressure value to a low flow cutoff value every second If the differential. pressure falls below the low flow cutoff value flow is considered to be. zero for that second Hourly and daily flow time is defined to be the. number of seconds for which the differential pressure exceeded the cutoff. value for the period, The values for static and differential pressure and temperature are used as. inputs to the flow equations You can select API 14 3 AGA3 1992 and. AGA8 calculations with compressibility calculations according to AGA. Report No 8 1992 with 1993 errata The application supports both the. detail method and the two gross methods of characterization described in. AGA 8 Users may also select the AGA3 1995 and NX 19 flow equations. to calculate the rate of flow,1 2 4 Flow Rate and Flow Time Calculations AGA7. When using PD meters turbine meters or ultrasonic meters the. application calculates flow rate by applying the correction factor computed. by the AGA7 calculations to the frequency of the input pulses When the. frequency drops below 1 Hz the application sets the flow rate estimate to. zero however volume calculations still accumulate The flow time. recorded is the time for which the flow rate is non zero. Revised Oct 2014 Introduction 1 3,ControlWave Flow Measurement Applications Guide.
1 2 5 Extension Calculation and Analog Averaging, For orifice meters the application calculates the flow extension every. second The extension is the square root of the product of the absolute. upstream static pressure times the differential pressure This extension is. used in the flow rate calculation When there is no flow the application. reports the arithmetic averages of static pressure and temperature This. allows you to monitor static pressure and temperature during shut in. 1 2 6 Energy Calculation, The application offers the option of using a fixed volumetric heating value. or calculating the energy content of the gas according to AGA Report No. 1 2 7 Volume and Energy Integration, The application integrates and accumulates volume and energy at the end. ControlWave Flow Measurement Applications Guide 1 2 Introduction Revised Oct 2014 for the gas measurement application You use these menus to configure the application 1 2 Overview of the Standard Gas Flow Measurement Application The ControlWave standard gas flow measurement application collects static pressure differential pressure and temperature data and computes flow energy and volume

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