Monthly Archives: January 2013

Joint Technical Meeting 2013

Perhaps everyone who needs to know is already aware of this, but just in case … APIA is part of a tripartite research agreement with PRCI (mostly US) and EPRG (Europe).  Every two years there is a joint technical meeting … Continue reading

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Measurement length – oil, LPG and CO2 pipelines

Received a good question the other day about the measurement length applicable to pipelines carrying oil, LPG or even CO2.  I’ve previously written a bit about measurement length here and here, but the emphasis was on gas pipelines. Radiation contours from … Continue reading

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Dramatic failure

A combination of general busyness and the holiday season means it has been nearly two months since my last post.  I thought I’d start the new year with a bang – almost literally.  This YouTube video from security cameras illustrates dramatically … Continue reading

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