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Old 07-02-2009, 05:13 AM
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Default convert kg per hr to liters per min.

Convert liquid flow rate of kg/h to liters/min and vapor flow rate kg/h to liters/min for sizing spray nozzle

Case 1.
example of injected methanol fluid:
flow rate liquid = 963 kg/h
operating Temp. T1 = 16/45 C
Operating Pressure = 54 barg
Density @T1 = 803 kg/m3
viscosity @ T1 (CP) = 0.6206

Case 2.
example of injected propane fluid:
flow rate Vapour = 5236 kg/h
flow rate liquid = 6174 kg/h
operating Temp. T1 = -25.3C
Operating Pressure = 1 barg
Density @T1 = 562/4.55 kg/m3
viscosity @ T1 (CP) = 0.166/0.0068

thank you RAJ
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Old 07-02-2009, 06:01 AM
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Default Re: convert kg per hr to liters per min.

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Convert liquid flow rate of kg/h to liters/min and vapor flow rate kg/h to liters/min for sizing spray nozzle

Case 1.
example of injected methanol fluid:
flow rate liquid = 963 kg/h
operating Temp. T1 = 16/45 C
Operating Pressure = 54 barg
Density @T1 = 803 kg/m3
viscosity @ T1 (CP) = 0.6206

Case 2.
example of injected propane fluid:
flow rate Vapour = 5236 kg/h
flow rate liquid = 6174 kg/h
operating Temp. T1 = -25.3C
Operating Pressure = 1 barg
Density @T1 = 562/4.55 kg/m3
viscosity @ T1 (CP) = 0.166/0.0068

thank you RAJ
The first case is easy (1 m = 1000 L)
963 kg/h x 1000 L/803 kg x 1 h/60 min = 19.99 L/min

I'm not sure how to handle case 2 and I would expect state changes (ratio of liquid to gas) at the nozzle.
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Old 01-02-2012, 07:50 PM
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Default Please help me in conversion

I am using CO2 gas for experiments....A flow meter is used with l/min as unit in it....
please help me to convert the flow from l/min to g/s unit
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