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Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG)

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Liquified petroleum gas (LPG) is derived from fossil fuel sources. It is composed primarily of propane and/or butane, and it burns cleanly without producing soot. It is commonly used in vehicles and household heating appliances.
its depends on the temperature and the density which is never constant , but still one kg = 1.65 lt of lpg
The Oxy-acetylene flame is much hotter and the preferred combination for the welder especially when welding pipe and plate metal. Somewhat of a rare welding procedure in modern times. Replaced by arc welding. Liquid Propane Gas burns cooler and is preferred by employers as it is cheaper. Not bad...
LPG stands for Liquified Petroleum Gas, but is almost always construed as meaning Liquified Propane gas. Propane is an alkane with the chemical formula C3H8.
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Note: edited for correctness Assuming that you meant ppmw (parts per million by weight), and not ppmv (parts per million by volume); and also that you meant short tons (2000 lbs) and not metric tonnes (1000 kg): x /(500 tons * 2000 lbs/ton + x) = 6/1,000,000 Where x is the amount of odorant in...
BTU meters measure energy change in liquid or gas flows, it also helps to measure the total energy used or transferred in a gas system.
  == Answer ==   lpg powered engines have following most important components   lpg tank   multivalve ( safety valve)   copper tube   lpg solenoid valve   petrol solenoid valve   vapouriser/regulator   air/fuel mixer   change over switch   injector cable immulator ...
How many kg in aliter of lpg
    How do you manufacture LPG cylinders?  
my nissan murano cuts out when switching from unleaded to lpg
at a guess 1,250 litres, petroleum products generally have a density of 0.8kg/litre
LPG or Liquefied Petroleum Gas consists mainly of propane (60%) and butane (40%).
Natural gas as it comes out of wells, typically must be processed to remove impurities and ensure quality standards. The gas processing plant may produce LPG, which will burn at higher temperature and contain higher molecular weight alkanes than methane.
  Depnds on several things including the gas mix, density and temperature but my best guestimate would be around 750 litres
The liquid petroleum gas contain propane (C 3 H 8 ), propane (C 4 H 10 ), some minor constituents and also an odorant.
LPG cars are liquid petroleum gas cars that can run on normal petrol or LPG
Liquefied Petroleum Gas.
Gaseous particles possess high speed and large spaces between them. Particles of LPG diffuse into these gaseous particles at a very fast rate and reach our nostrils. This enables us to smell the LPG.
To pack more gas into the container it is required to liquefy under pressure
  Every country has a standard to make this kind of cylinders. For example in my country there is a standard to make this kind of cylinders. And this instructions must to be followed by any factory which want make LPG cylinders.   For example this kind of factories , must follows the...
  == ANSWER: ==   A propane tank. A cigarette lighter. Almost anything that holds low pressure gas.
Before UsageCheck to see that rubber 'O' ring inside the cylinder valve is presentCheck for any visible signs of leakage − through visual inspection, soap solution or smellNever use lighted match-sticks for checking leaksAlways keep the cylinder in upright position at ground level at a well...
Mixture of hydrocarbon compounds
LPG emits considerably less harmful substances than other  resources.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is synthesized by refining petroleum or "wet" natural gas, and is usually derived from fossil fuel sources, being manufactured during the refining of crude oil, or extracted from oil or gas streams as they emerge from the ground. If it comes from the ground, there...
Because it's stored under pressure, all pressurised gas containers are cylindrical or spherical to eliminate corners which would be the weakest point. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A sphere is a very strong structure. The...
Yes. LPG - (liquified petroleum gas)
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There is no difference unless the commercial application is used as a propellant then it will not have the ethyl mercaptan added which gives it the strong odor.
No, LPG fuel is not renewable. This is because LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is recovered from the natural gas in oil wells, and since oil is not renewable neither is LPG.
  Yes, but you need to get hold of the correct small nozzle.
Assuming it is a petrol engine, then yes.
LPG, meaning "liquefied petroleum gas(es)" is usually a mixture of butane and propane with smaller amounts of other low molecular weight saturated hydrocarbon gases.
These shotguns were most likely made in Belgium in the late 19th  century. LPG stood for Liege Proof Gun, from the place where it was  manufactured, Liege, Belgium. During this era, there was an  explosion of cottage gun making industry and most gun makers did  not have names. So, if an order of...
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In business, disinvestment means to sell off certain assets such as a manufacturing plant, a division or subsidiary, or product line. Disinvestment is sometimes described as the opposite of capital expenditures. Some people use the term divestiture, or to divest when discussing disinvestment. For...
How to convert the volume of steam of LPG to gas mass
no it is not a chemical change but physical change as it can be turned back to gas by some physical or chemical process.
With aditional lubrification oil pump or injector
  Without getting into the chemistry and physics of the two different types of gases, natural gas has a higher btu output than liquid propane gas. In other words, higher available energy output/more energy efficient. MMM wrong!!! Propane provides more energy per unit volume than does natural...
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LPG: Liquefied Petroleum Gas CNG: Compressed Natural Gas
LPG contains propane and butane LNG contains methane
LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) is a mixture of predominantly alkane hydrocarbons, with either propane or butane usually present in greatest amount and both of these almost always present.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) has a calorific value around 94 megajoules per cubic meter. Just for comparison, natural gas varies between 33 and 42 MJ/m3.
"why would you opt for one over the other if not for energy efficiency or cost?"   * Availability - Some areas do not have Natural Gas service.   * Convince - no worry about delivery schedule with Natural Gas.   * Space - that tank takes up room you may not want to give up.   * Safety -...
Hi, A little LPG vaporised (when discharging) is the reason why LPG tanks get cold (Because liquid need heat to vaporise similar to boilling water). When you filling the tank the pressure is growup is the cause of incresing Saturated temperature. Email: truonghuydo@gmail.com (from PETECARE, COPR in...
  not much .......but but but.........the kit must b good one.......
It could with major modifications.
methane and butane methane and Ethane
ARC welding uses large amounts of electricity to melt the metal, not a hot flame. So no, LPG cannot be used for ARC welding.
yes ,its nice question ........sir, that is depends on the form of lpg.if lpg in gas form then 2.155 kg /m3 and if it is in liquid form then 553 kg/m3.i hope this will help you ------ Nilesh Parkar Radhanagri kolhapur maharshtra india
  For Propane: (limits of flamability in standard air(% by volume)   Lean Limit: 2.0   Rich Limit: 9.5
The gas is liquified under pressure and it it takes the entire avalaible place inside the cylinder. thus gas is filled in a cylinder
Butane and Propane
To clean the LPG tan in a car one needs a vacuum LPG tank cleaner.  In most cases the vacuum LPG tank cleaners is usually found in the  garages.
It all depends on the size of the cylinder.
LPG is a gas but a liquid petroleum gas.
The majority of Natural Gas (CNG, LNG) is actually either recovered from oil wells, or recovered as a distillation or cracking product of petroleum. It is a mix of very light alkanes, primarily methane and ethane, but also containing some propane and butane. Methane is also a common byproduct from...
  Give a look at the Wikipedia weblink below.
LPG or liquefied petroleum gas is a mixture of hydrocarbon gases. The two most common are butane (C4H10) and propane (C3H8).
  LPG Merox unit is a process of treatment for LPG to remove poisonous impurities like Mercaptanes and Sulphur and to make it pollution free.
It;s used in motor homes & smaller spaces due to limited ventilation-it burns cleaner than natural which is an issue in small spaces.
No, it's 3.85 litres. This is because LPG is pressurised.
I don't know what you mean by s Indian, I assume you mean South and by Indian I assume you mean the country of India.Most likely there is no governmental specification for buried LNG line. There are 2 main ways to protect buried pipeline. By coatings or wrapsMost major pipeline companies specify...
liquefied petroleum gasandliquid propone gasLPG stands for "Liquified Petroleum Gas" or "Liquid Propane Gas". The term is commonly used when describing the gas tanks of vehicles which run on such fuel.
No,   LPG is a natural gas recovered from oil wells
Mercapta is added to LPG to make sure wheather it is leaking or not.