The SmartBob sensors are strategically located in the vessel to monitor critical measuring points and using eBob software, are programmed to measure materials at scheduled time Intervals or on demand.
What does MP stand for?
MP stands for Measuring Point
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The sensors are strategically located in the vessel to monitor critical measuring points and using eBob software, are programmed to measure materials at scheduled time intervals or on demand.
4th STEP: Determination of emission for each emission measuring point separately for arriving traffic by equation (1), departing traffic by equation (2), and total traffic by equation (3).
The greatest iron concentration is in the sample taken at measuring point P01, while manganese concentration is the greatest at measuring point P06.
With up to 20 universal inputs, Memograph M is the ideal data manager for use across the process industries for tasks such as measuring point analysis, quality assurance and even laboratory applications.
Unlike financial accounting, which requires using assumptions in measuring point estimates (with exceptions in areas such as options accounting), Hubbard's approach to using measurement as a tool to reduce uncertainty involves statistical measures.
With three measuring points each, plus duplex sensors for redundancy, the multipoints are made with full stainless steel sheath for high corrosion resistance.