Hyok S Lew, Gerald L Schlatter: Rapid pulse NMR cut meter. Engineering Measurement Company, James R Young, November 15, 1988: US04785245 (53 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method and an apparatus for determining the cut (percentage) of one component of a multiphase fluid flowing in a pipeline, for example, oil or other hydrocarbon in a fluid flow that comprises oil, water, gas, and soil components, by use of NMR analysis. The fluid is flowed ...

Charles E Miller, Gerald L Schlatter, Louis T Yoshida: Method and apparatus for measuring steam quality. Engineering Measurements Co, James R Young, July 14, 1987: US04679947 (32 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for measuring steam quality of wet or two-phase flowing steam includes a flow-through densitometer comprised of two parallel tubes connected to two common nodes, a vibrator for causing the tubes to vibrate, and a transducer for detecting the frequency and amplitude of the vibr ...

Glen L Resler, Gerald L Schlatter: Fluid leak alarm system. Burton & Dorr, May 9, 1978: US04088987 (30 worldwide citation)

A fluid leak alarm system for detecting leaks in the fluid delivery lines located for example in a fuel filling or bulk station or other pressure lines is designed to have a detector with a pressure sensor mounted into each fuel delivery line of the different product lines and a transmitter for tran ...

Gerald L Schlatter: Densitometer. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, A Donald Stolzy, July 26, 1977: US04037459 (8 worldwide citation)

A vibration densitometer including an electromechanical oscillator having an automatic phase control.

Gerald L Schlatter, Charles E Miller: Fluid property detection system. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, A Donald Stolzy, February 1, 1977: US04005599 (6 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for detecting the magnitude of a property of a fluid including a body mounted on a torsion spring that is oscillated by a feedback of alternately an in-phase and an out-of-phase signal from an amplifier having a gain adequate to sustain the oscillations. If the in-phase signal has a freque ...

Gerald L Schlatter, Robert L Poland: Extreme temperature flow meter. Engineering Measurements Company, James R Young, March 6, 1990: US04905522 (2 worldwide citation)

A flowmeter has an elongated probe with a rotor positioned at the distal end of the probe for insertion into a fluid flow and an elongated conductor in the probe that terminates adjacent the rotor. A signal generator induces a standing wave on the conductor, and rotation of the rotor, which acts as ...