Hall, K. R.

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas

Improved equations for the Standing-Katz tables

Hall, K. R., Texas A&M University; Iglesias-Silva, G. A., Instituto Tecnologico de Celaya

Using these calculations can predict natural gas density and improve flowrates

The design benefit method: Allocate joint costs among shared products

Hahn, J., Jang, W. H., Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University; Hall, K. R., Texas A&M University

This accounting technique can provide more accurate results than traditional practices

Consider slotted orifice flowmeters

Hall, K. R., Texas A&M University

Accuracy can be an order of magnitude better with less permanent head loss