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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.
Could it be not enough pressure?Is the engine in good condition? If not, repair it. Tight valve clearences will cause this so make sure you check them. Check & elliminate vacuum leaks and ensure no air leaks in the induction system. Check & adjust idle speed & ignition timing on petrol t…
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change the direction of the air intake to stop ram air or get the vechile tuned on gas correctly
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my nissan murano cuts out when switching from unleaded to lpg
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LPG this is the abbreviation for liquid petroleum gas currently used by some specialy adapted cars and some domestic central heating systems Answer LPG is basically propane with other molecules like butane in it. If you're making a product that contains propane, LPG won't work for you. People who us…
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yes it is mostly sold by repsol (about 25 sites) other sellers around Madrid and Barcelona. search online - its called gpl or autogas in Spain.
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1.79 ltrs=1 kgs
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If the car would even run, which I doubt because fuel air ratios are different for LPG than gasoline, I think it would run cooler. Once again I seriously doubt it would run at all.
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CNG is basically composed of methane whereas LPG is a mixture of propane, butane and other chemicals. Another important difference from a physical point of view is that CNG does not liquefy under high pressure - it remains a gas, unless it is cooled down to at least - 164°C. LPG on the other hand…
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Liquefied petroleum gas
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There are 1,000 liters of liquid gas in 1 cubic meter of LPG gas. The answer would be different if the conversion is from pressurized volume to unpressurized volume.
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100 + psi
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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 …
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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.
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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 a thous…
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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.
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"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 - May or may not be true, …
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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.
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No, it's 3.85 litres. This is because LPG is pressurised.
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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.
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Letters in the alphabet do not carry a density. You can only calculate the density of a physical object.
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Liquefied Petroleum Gas or LPG is a mixture of various hydrocarbons. It has a density of 1.9 kg/m3 to 2.1 kg/m3.
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The density of domestic LPG in gaseous form is 2.155 kilograms per cubic meter. Its density in liquid form is 553 kilograms per cubic meter.
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Exactly like a petrol system:)
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9 kilometer on 1 liter
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Tanga.., kaya nga ngtatanong ako eh.., bwisit lagay nmn kayu sagot xD nagagalit na mga tao sa inyo (jeboy)
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Varieties of LPG bought and sold include mixes that are primarily propane, mixes that are primarily butane, and the more common, mixes including both propane (60%) and butane (40%), depending on the season---in winter more propane, in summer more butane. Propylene and butylenes are usually also pres…
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It is low of Liguified petroleum gas, top it up
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LPG, or liquefied petroleum gas, is a mixture, not a solution. It is a mixture of propane and butane, with one concentration being higher depending on the season.
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was imported into canada by the decatur,bull comany in qubec unknown belgium maker
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THE NORMAL CONDITIONS THE COLOUR OF lpg VAPOUR LINE IS GOLDEN YELLOW. BUT THERE IS MANY LINES FOR DIFRENT GASES YOU CAN CHANGE IT & COAD SAPERAT TO SIGN .
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I'm going to assume you mean Liquid Propane Gas (or LPG in the US) even though this question first started with PLG -- a very rare acronym here. First, LPG liquidizes because it's under pressure. Releasing that pressure with any degree of suddenness with superchill whatever it comes into contact wi…
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What are solute of Lpg
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Walter Snelling in 1910, in USA.
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liquefied petroleum gas
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Because the gasses are under terrific pressure - to enable the 'user' to get the maximum time form the cylinder. The high pressure means that wood or plastic aren't suitable for their construction, as they cannot take the extreme force of the pressurised gas. EDIT: apparently LPG tanks can be made …
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Divide by 0.086 simple ya?
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liquefied petroleum gas
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what is lpgs melting point
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D6 stand for the size of a cat dozer. The T stands for the model of the tractor. And LGP stands for low ground pressure which intern to most people means a wide track, wide track is better in muddy conditions.
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The energy output from LPG gas is as follows :12.9 Kwh/Kg & 7.5 Kwh/Ltr. (Details from "http://hypertextbook.com/facts/2002/EricLeung.shtml")
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LPG is nothing but a gas free from CO
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1000 L = 1 m3 1L = 1 dm31 L = 1000 cm3
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LPG----1. Lpg produces harmful gases in very small amount.it is a cleaner fuel. wood-----------1.burning of wood gives a lot of smoke which is very harmful for human beings.it causes respiratory problems. Health Hazards of wood smoke are 1000"s time greater then LPG
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i am also searching the same answer can any body explain why lpg gas dont leak between regulator and burner in spite of big hole
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There is 1.9 liters of gas per kilo
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6.6Kwh/Litre
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1900 degrees Celsius
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L.P.G stands for Liquefied Propane Gas. It is used as fuel in cars and other vehicles which have been fitted with Gas-conversion kits. It is also variously used as heating fuel.An L.P.G carrier would be something in which L.P.G is transported: a lorry, ship or portable gas bottle for example. The te…
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Specific gravity of LPG is 54 kg/liter.
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The normal components of LPG are propane (C3H8) and butane (C4H10). Small concentrations of other hydrocarbons may also be present.sumit_hmie:-Methane - 0%Ethane - 0.20%Propane - 57.30%Butane - 41.10%Pentane - 1.40%
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Multiply gallons x 4.24 to get pounds. There are 4.24 pounds per gallon of LPG.
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METHANE
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No, providing the conversion was done properly and has been maintained. I had an 88 3.6 that did over 100,000 on gas before rust got the better of her. Now run my 94 3.2 on gas.
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Yes. It is a homogeneous mixture
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LPG is not measured in litres, its measured in weight, same as you see the scale on the propane tank when you fill your BBQ tank. it is measured in ltr.s at the pumps.
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low calory value
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A one tonne of Lpg makes up on the density of the product is around 1,785 litres
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Conversion factor depends on various factors like composition of the LPG, temperature, molecular weight and so many others. Following are the conversion factors just for rough calculations. One kg of liquid Propane when converted to vapour (at 15.56 degrees centigrade temperature) will be equal to 0…
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Pressurized cylinders for LPG are made of steel.
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because its more efficent
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at $2.15 a gallon, one cubic foot is $0.0591
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Methane is CH4 and LPG(Butane) is C4H10. The energy in the Carbon Carbon bond (C-C)is more than that in the Carbon Hydrogen bond (C- H).Since there are more number of C-C bonds in butane (LPG) than in methane,calorific value of LPG or butane is higher than that of methane.
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65 liters of LPG is about 17.171 US or 14.298 UK gallons.
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You can buy AU Falcons with factory fitted LPG - eGas is the name of this system!
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CNG is cheaper.CNG gives more mileage.CNG is the best as it is eco frendily.
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butene or propen
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Pentane is a product of petroleum crude oil, it is a hydrocarbon.
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Propane,Butane
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minimum wall thickness of cylinder of water capacity 33.3 liter is 2.5 mm
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hydrogen sulphide...
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The main elements of lpg are, butane , methane(CH4) and etyl mercaptan.
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Yes, quite easily if the right conditions are met. All it takes is someone to light a match or turn on a light switch. Additives are put in the LPG so leaks can be detected by smell or sight (it is otherwise an invisible, tasteless and smell-less gas).
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Compressed Natural Gas or CNG is stored on the vehicle in high-pressure tanks - 20 to 25 MPa (200 to 250 bar, or 3,000 to 3,600 psi). Natural gas consists mostly of methane and is drawn from gas wells or in conjunction with crude oil production. As delivered through the pipeline system, it also cont…
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LPG stands for Liquid Propane Gas. The composition may vary, but the major component is Propane. There will be a mixture of other hydrocarbons in the gas but Propylene is likely to be the next most abundant.
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Yes you can. At least it is possible in Latvia. Since the specialists have to be certified both from government and the manufacturer of the propane system i doubt that it is in any way unsafe and i do not see why it should not be possible in other countries.
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because that's what it is? Liquefied Petroleum Gas = LPG
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LPG stands for Liquified Propane Gas. So the difference chemically is that one of them is butane (4 carbons) and the other is propane (3 carbons).
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steel....alloy of Fe and C... carbon % being .2 to 2.1
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It is 11850 Kcal/Kg
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LP gas is liquid in the tank. It is the evaporation of that liquid that produces the gas. LP=Liquid Propane, or Liquefied Petroleum
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we should not use any hot flames like a kerosene lamp, kerosene stove or electric heater near the gas cylinder.
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because it do not leaves smoke
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0.505 liters is equals to one liters The above answer should read 0.505 Kg of L.P.G. = one litre.
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kandlaport to loni
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ensure that there are no leaks in the hose connected from cylinder to the gas.after finishing the job switch off the gas. by rini
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