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Old 12-05-2008, 01:37 AM
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We are measuring volumetric flow of SO3(10%) + Air(90%) in Nm3/hr.
Please calculate 1600 Nm3/hr is in kg/hr.
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Old 12-05-2008, 09:23 AM
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Default Re: nm3/hr to kg/hr

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We are measuring volumetric flow of SO3(10%) + Air(90%) in Nm3/hr.
Please calculate 1600 Nm3/hr is in kg/hr.
What sort of sulphite? - It doesn't exist as a gas on its own, it has to be with something else, which will change the weight. SO2 is a gas, could it be a typo in your text?
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We are measuring volumetric flow of SO3(10%) + Air(90%) in Nm3/hr.
Please calculate 1600 Nm3/hr is in kg/hr.
i want to know the conversion from Nm3/hr is in kg/hr.
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Old 07-05-2009, 02:42 AM
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i want to know the conversion from Nm3/hr is in kg/hr.
Depends on the molecular weight of the gas (which can be an average molecular weight for a mixture). The molecular weight is also the molar mass in grams per mole.

At "normal" conditions, an ideal gas occupies 22.414 L/mol,
so divide flow in Nm/h by 0.022414 m/mol to get moles, then multiply by molecular weight to get grams per hour, divide by 1000 for kilograms per hour.
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We are measuring volumetric flow of SO3(10%) + Air(90%) in Nm3/hr.
Please calculate 1600 Nm3/hr is in kg/hr.
COVERT 100 Nm3/hr LPG TO LITRES OF HEAVY OIL FUEL
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Depends on the molecular weight of the gas (which can be an average molecular weight for a mixture). The molecular weight is also the molar mass in grams per mole.

At "normal" conditions, an ideal gas occupies 22.414 L/mol,
so divide flow in Nm/h by 0.022414 m/mol to get moles, then multiply by molecular weight to get grams per hour, divide by 1000 for kilograms per hour.
Pls Convert 5NM3/h into Kg/cm2
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i want to know the conversion from Nm3/hr is in kg/hr.
1nm3 = kg/hr
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i want hydrogen flow nm3/hr to kg/h.

Like 255 Nm3/hr hydrogen how much in ----------- kg/hr flow
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i want hydrogen flow nm3/hr to kg/h.

Like 255 Nm3/hr hydrogen how much in ----------- kg/hr flow
See post 4 on molar volume and molar mass.
255 Nm/h = 11.4 kmol/h = 22.8 kg/h for H2
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Old 10-14-2011, 01:06 AM
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Please convert 6000 kg/hr to nm3/hr
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