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Unregistered
01-23-2006, 05:06 AM
Can you tell me how to convert a flow rate of 3.6kg/s of natural gas into m3/h

Thanks

Robert Fogt
01-23-2006, 07:30 AM
I did some searching and found that Natural Gas has a specific gravity of approximately 0.6 which means 0.6 times the density of air (1.29 kg/m³), which gives it a density of about 0.774 kilograms/cubic meter

kg/s / 0.774 kg/m³ = m³/s
m³/s * 3600 = m³/h

(3.6 / 0.774) * 3600 = 16744.186 m³/h

Unregistered
06-04-2007, 10:06 PM
1 kg/s=1.29*3600 m3/h???

Unregistered
05-18-2009, 10:15 PM
but if you are nm3 /year as a convert kg /h?

Unregistered
12-21-2009, 03:44 AM
Dear Sir
Can you please covert a Flow transmitter instrument range for me and verify the size of the orrife plate
Range 4600 to 11110 Kg/h convert to m3
Natural gas
Operating temp. 30.6 Dgc
Operating Pressure 34.8 barg
Density 34.9kg/m3
Viscosity at Operating conditions 0.012 cp
Compressibility 0.87
Cp/Cv 1.20
Line size 6"
Pipe ID 5.761
Present orifice size 76 mm
Regards
David

Unregistered
07-22-2010, 04:04 AM
Dear Sir
Can you please covert a Flow transmitter instrument range for me and verify the size of the orrife plate
Range 4600 to 11110 Kg/h convert to m3
Natural gas
Operating temp. 30.6 Dgc
Operating Pressure 34.8 barg
Density 34.9kg/m3
Viscosity at Operating conditions 0.012 cp
Compressibility 0.87
Cp/Cv 1.20
Line size 6"
Pipe ID 5.761
Present orifice size 76 mm
Regards
David

Mrs X
07-23-2010, 10:28 PM
Dear Sir
Can you please covert a Flow transmitter instrument range for me and verify the size of the orrife plate
Range 4600 to 11110 Kg/h convert to m3
Natural gas
Operating temp. 30.6 Dgc
Operating Pressure 34.8 barg
Density 34.9kg/m3
Viscosity at Operating conditions 0.012 cp
Compressibility 0.87
Cp/Cv 1.20
Line size 6"
Pipe ID 5.761
Present orifice size 76 mm
Regards
David

Hi David, if you are really dealing with 11tonne per hour of flammable gas, you need to get this properly engineered and certified, not get the opinions of fallible strangers on the net.

Unregistered
09-06-2010, 10:50 AM
Can you tell me how to convert a flow rate of 3.6kg/s of O2s into m3/h

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Unregistered
05-27-2011, 04:36 AM
kg/s to m3/hr

= 353/(273+ Temperature of gas)

m3/hr = (kg/s / above given ans) x 3600

thats covert in m3/hr

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