June 2015
Features

New approaches to inline fluid density and viscosity measurements

Despite the importance of density and viscosity, they are notoriously difficult to measure under the extreme conditions found in the oil and gas industry. Resonant fluid property sensors are pushing back the limits of measurements thought to be possible only with laboratory-grade instruments.
Joe Goodbread / Rheonics, Inc. Sunil Kumar / Rheonics, Inc. Bill Befeld / Rheonics, Inc.

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