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Old 07-08-2009, 01:51 AM
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Default Converting Kilograms to liters

Formula for calculating litres into kilgrams &
kilograms in to litres of diesel
formula for calcilating the density of 1 litres diesel & petrol
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Old 07-08-2009, 02:32 AM
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Formula for calculating litres into kilgrams &
kilograms in to litres of diesel
formula for calcilating the density of 1 litres diesel & petrol
density = mass/volume

Diesel and petrol (gasoline) are both blends of MANY different petrochemicals and density varies between lots, refineries, etc. For any accuracy, you need measured density for the lot in question. However, typical values are gasoline, 730 kg/m, diesel, 840 kg/m
(1 m = 1000 L)
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Old 07-08-2009, 04:27 AM
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Formula for calculating litres into kilgrams &
kilograms in to litres of diesel
formula for calcilating the density of 1 litres diesel & petrol
formula for converting to 1 liter diesal to kg
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Default Re: Converting liters to Kilograms

i.e. 1 liter of water = How many KG of CNG
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duracem admix chemical

1 kg equal to liters =?
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could anyone please tell me what 80 litres is it kilograms
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Old 10-23-2009, 05:20 AM
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What about mixed substances for example:

A Liquid bulk of 1000 kg contains:

Water: 15.0 kg (Density = 1:1)
Liquid 1: 985 kg (Density = 1:4.1617)

Since there is so little water I'm guessing the density will remain as 4.1617, however, if the example were:

Water: 500 kg (Density = 1:1)
Liquid 1: 500 kg (Density = 1:4.1617)

How would we calculate a mixed substance?
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I have worked the following out can some please confirm if this is correct or not ?

Density - 769 kg/m3 (Ethanol)

Mass flow rate 125kg/Hr

Volume = Mass / Density

=125 kg/hr / 769 kg m3

= 0.162 m3 / hr

Convert m3 into litres / hr

=162 l/hr

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I have worked the following out can some please confirm if this is correct or not ?

Density - 769 kg/m3 (Ethanol)

Mass flow rate 125kg/Hr

Volume = Mass / Density

=125 kg/hr / 769 kg m3

= 0.162 m3 / hr

Convert m3 into litres / hr

=162 l/hr

Thanks
162 L/hr sounds good to me. 100%
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It might have changed, but when I went to school, 1500 x 2 = 3000
Yes, could be confusing; 3000/1.5 = 2000: 3000*1.5 =4500. But the principal is sound.
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