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Gases & Instrumentation International Magazine (G&I) is a source of information for the technology and application of bulk and specialty gases. G&I also addresses gases-related instrumentation for measurement, detection and analysis. as well as gas flow measurement and control, vacuum and compressor technology, piping, and welding. It is designed for anyone involved with detection, analysis or delivery of gases from the university research laboratory to the production line. Vertical markets covered include semiconductors, photovoltaics, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical processing, electronics manufacturing, and food and beverage.

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September/October 2014
Executive Views: Oxygen Generation for Abatement
Gases & Instrumentation had the opportunity to talk to Robert Schlehr, VP of Sales & Marketing at Oxygen Generating Systems International (OGSI) about the safety and economic benefits of on-site oxygen generation for waste gas abatement.
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September/October 2014
Rethinking Gas Analytics: Folded Path TDLs
In chemical plants, petrochemical plants, and refineries, tunable diode lasers (TDLs) are becoming an increasingly common sight. However, installation locations and conditions encountered in some processes have limited their application range. A portfolio of folded path TDLs with a unique range of adaptions has opened the door to measurement opportunities previously considered impossible.
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September/October 2014
The Practical Impact of the Use of Alternative Carrier Gases for Gas Chromatography
Helium is currently the carrier gas of choice for most gas chromatographers in the US because of its desirable chemical and physical properties. However, it is a non-renewable natural resource whose availability is becoming limited. In contrast, alternative carrier gases such as hydrogen and nitrogen are in nearly unlimited supply. This article investigates the relative advantages and disadvantages of these two substitutes for helium.
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September/October 2014
New Developments in Thermal Dispersion Mass Flow Meters: In-the-Field Compensation for Changes in Natural Gas Composition
The measurement of the flow of natural gas in pipelines is often complicated by changes in the composition of the gas. The method described in this article solves the problem of variable composition via a new four-temperature mass flow sensor.
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September/October 2014
Editorial: Gas Technology On The Cutting Edge
This current issue of Gases & Instrumentation International exemplifies the high tech aspect of gas technology. Itís a highly competitive field and the R&D teams seem to be working assiduously pushing the technology frontiers to their limits. This issue discusses many of these frontline issues.
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American School of Gas Management Technology

This year, the School is proud to introduce a new educational track that provides the fundamentals for the first time student.   This new curriculum is designed to educate a new generation of industry personnel on various topics from basic measurement principles to design and installation of measurement facilities.  

The School also offers extensive training on NGL (natural gas liquids) measurement.  The NGL track was introduced last year, and continues to a popular program for all measurement personnel.   With increased emphasis on NGL measurement within the new Shale Gas plays, the ASGMT continues to provide innovative training classes for today’s industry.  The new NGL track will include “Fundamentals of Natural Gas Liquids Measurement”, Fundamentals of Volume Measurement by Turbine meter”, Fundamentals of Mass Measurement by Coriolis Meter”, Fundamentals of Densitometers and Pycnometers”, Fundamentals of a Liquid Meter Station Design”, and “Auditing Liquid NGL Facilities”. 

These courses will provide an essential basic background in NGL and Liquid measurement to both those new to the Gas Industry as well as those experienced Gas Technicians who are now becoming acquainted with the increased production of NGL’s in the Shale Play areas.  The school will be held September 22-25, 2014 in Houston, Texas. To register online or for additional information visit www.asgmt.com.

 

Important Websites to Visit

http://buckley-industrial.co.uk
Buckley Industrial can provide high quality hydrostatic testing facilities to companies worldwide.

www.ogsi.com
OGSI: Manufacturer and marketer of on-site oxygen generators

http://www.instrumentationtechnician.net/
Resources for those interested in becoming an instrumentation technician.
 

Calendar Correction!

Note that the September/October 2014 print issue of Gases & Instrumentation Magazine erroneously listed the calendar item for the Chem Show. It is being held November 17-19, 2015 at the Javits Convention Center, New York, USA. www.chemshow.com

INDUSTRY CALENDAR

American School of Gas Measurement Technology (ASGMT)
September 22-25, 2014
Marriott-Westchase
Houston, Texas USA
www.asgmt.com

SEMICON Europa
October 7-9, 2014
ALPEXPO
Grenoble, France
www.semiconeuropa.org

Gulf Coast Conference
October 14-15, 2014
Moody Gardens Convention Center
Galveston Texas 77554
www.gulfcoastconference.com

Glasstec
October 21-24
Düsseldorf Fairgrounds Hall 9 – 17
Düsseldorf Germany
www.glasstec-online.com
Power Sri Lanka
September 25-27, 2014
Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre
Colombo, Sri Lanka
www.powersrilanka.com
FABTECH 2014
November 11-13
Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, GA, USA
www.fabtechexpo.com
Intersolar India
November 18-20, 2014
Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC)
Mumbai, India
www.intersolar.in
Azerbaijan & Caspian Sea Oil and Gas Week
November 19-21, 2014
Four Seasons Hotel
Baku, Azerbaijan
www.azerbaijansummit.com
SEMICON Japan
December 3-5, 2014
Tpkyo Big Sight
Chiba, Japan
www.semiconjapan.org
AHR Expo
January 26-28, 2015
McCormick Place
Chicago, Illinois, USA
www.ahrexpo.com
FILTECH
February 24-26, 2015
Koeln Messe
Cologne, Germany
www.filtech.de
MIRSENS (mid-infrared laser-based gas sensing)
March 5-7, 2015
Toscanasaal in the Residence of Würzburg
Würzburg, Germany
www.mirsens.com
PITTCON
March 8-12, 2015
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, Louisana, USA
www.pittcon.org
Intersolar China
March 31-April 1, 2015
China International Exhibition Center (CIEC)
Beijing, China
www.intersolarchina.com
Society of Vacuum Coaters TechCon
April 25-30, 2015
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, California USA
East Africa Oil and Gas Expo
April 27-29, 2015
KICC
Nairobi, Kenya
http://oilgas.expogr.com
Sensors Expo & Conference
June 9-11, 2015
Long Beach Convention Center
Long Beach, CA
www.sensorsmag.com/sensors-expo
Intersolar Europe
June 10-12, 2015
Messe München
Munich, Germany
www.intersolar.de
Chem Show
November 17-19, 2015
Javits Convention Center
New York, New York, USA
www.chemshow.com
   


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