Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2009-03-20 07:34:47

The expansion ratio of liquid propane (LPG) to gas is 1:270

User Avatar

Your Answer


Still have questions?

Related Questions

Is propane gas liquid or gas?

Propane is gas.

Expansion ratio of liquid ammonia to gas?


How do you calculate liquid to gas expansion ratio of nitrogen?

Ok. there's a fixed ratio for Nitrogen as it expands from liquid to gas. From liquid, it expands 696 times from its boiling point at atmospheric pressure.

Is the propane a solid liquid or a gas?

gas and liquid

What is the expansion ratio of liquid butane to gas?

233:1 (or about 31.1 SCFT for every gallon of liquid Butane)

How much liquid gas in a 100 ln propane tank?

23.6 gallons. That's the volume of 100 lbs of propane, however, they only fill to about 80% (to allow room for expansion with temperature; otherwise you'd blow out liquid propane!).

Is propane a liquid or gas?

At normal atmospheric pressure & temperature propane is a gas.

Can you use a propane tank with a liquid propane grill?

Can you put gasoline in a gasoline automobile? The propane tanks ARE liquid propane. The gas evaporates as it is released. There is no physical way to store propane as a gas, therefore, it must be stored as a liquid.

Is LPG a liquid or a gas?

LPG stands for liquefied propane gas. LPG is propane stored as a liquid. Propane is a gas under normal atmospheric conditions, but it is usually stored under high pressure to torn it into a liquid.

What is Natural gas expansion ratio?

High expansion foam that is 500 to 1 expansion ratio

How many liters of liquid propane does it take for one cubic feet of gas?

.10 liters. You can fit 28.32 liters of liquid into a cubic foot. However liquid propane has an expansion ration of 1:270. 28.32 liters divided by 270 = 1 cubic foot of gas/ .104888888

What is liquid petrolium gas?


What is liquified propane?

Liquefied propane is propane gas compressed to form liquid. Generally one of the component of LPG gas.

Is propane that burns in a barbecue a physical or chemical change?

Propane burning is a chemical change. The propane reacts with oxygen. New compounds are the result of the process.Let me add a little more information to this. Propane stored in the tank is in liquid form under pressure (actually an equilibrium of propane gas in the top of the tank, and liquid propane in the bottom). When you open the valve, the gas escapes into the hose and goes to the burners.As the gas escapes, some of the liquid propane evaporates into gas form.The change from liquid to gas is a physical change.

Which is the major constituent of LPG?

Propane is the major constituent of Liquid PropaneGas.

What is patio gas?

LP, Liquid propane, Propane. All the same thing.

How does propane turn into a liquid?

Pressure. When propane is placed under enough pressure and then cooled, the gas will condense to a liquid.

How do you convert a grill from propane to natural gas?

change the air/gas ratio

Are there any gases that can turn into a liquid?

Many gasses will turn to liquid when compressed, as in Propane, when compressed becomes liquid propane gas LPG

Ethanol is a liquid or gas?

Just like Propane, can be a Gas or Liquid, Ethanol can be in a Gas form or Liquid, just depends where it is being utilized.

What is chemical name of LPG?

Liquid propane gas

What is the average cost of liquid propane in Ft Lauderdale?

What is price of propane gas in fort lauderdale

Is propane gas a liquid?

Propane, C3H8, is a gas at RTP. In the pressurised cans you buy for BBQ's and camping stoves, it is also stored as a pressurised gas.

Is propane a liquid?

Propane is a gas a room temperature if it is not compressed. However, if it put in a canister under high enough pressure, it will be a liquid even at room temperature. Propane is a liquid below -44 degrees F or if its compressed. Grill bottles are only fillid 80% full with liquid. so you can use the propane gas on the top of the bottle.

Is propane a gas?

Propane is a gas under normal conditions of pressure and temperature, but is normally storm under high pressure as a liquid.