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Gas Volum Conversion to Liquid Volume
by abbas26 on 07/28/05 at 03:28:23

Dear All
I wish to know what would be the volume of liquid  that is made from the Gas which is available in Cubic Feet or Cubic Meter undergoes phase change to liquid.

i.e

Gas available Propane = 1 Cubic Feet

Undergoes phase change to liquid

Volum of liquid Propane = ?? Cubic Feet


Abbas


Re: Gas Volum Conversion to Liquid Volume
by Robert Fogt on 07/28/05 at 05:20:59

For propane, the Liquid/gas equivalent (1.013 bar and 15 C (59 F)) is 311 vol/vol

So to go from gas to liquid just multiply by 311, and to go from liquid to gas you divide by 311.

I found this information here:
http://www.airliquide.com/en/business/products/gases/gasdata/index.asp?GasID=53

May want to make sure you have a pop-up blocker before visiting that site.


Re: Gas Volum Conversion to Liquid Volume
by abbas26 on 07/28/05 at 06:20:56

Dear all
Let me further clearify

In my gas processing facility I took 200 MMSCF of Natural gas on one day

Total Gas Shrunk as result of Processing  = 10 MMSCFD

LPG Produced = 450 MT

Specific Gravity =.54

IF we canvert LPG in Volume it will be = 833333 Ltr
                                                       or     29425.6 CFT
                                                        or    .0294 MMSCF

How can it be justified that such huge shrinkage results to such reduced product volume.

Abbas


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