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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, May 14–17, 2019
Paper Number: PSIG-1932
... to compute isothermal bulk modulus, isochoric specific heat, isobaric specific heat, and adiabatic bulk modulus from the base density and fluid pressure and temperature. In order to achieve the goal of computing fluid properties from observed sonic velocity, one must first be able to compute sonic velocity...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 28–30, 1998
Paper Number: PSIG-9802
... is a function ofp and T. 2.4 Consetva tion of energy The basic form of energy equation, according to [5] is the following Page 3 where: 4 - the heat addition per unit mass per unit time, T - gas temperature, cv - specific heat at constant volume. Before going over to analysis of transient conditions, the simple...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 18–19, 1990
Paper Number: PSIG-9009
... DEFINITION OF THE EQUATION OF STATE 1 ASSUMPTIONS 1 MIXINGRULES 1 PENG-ROBINSON EQUATION OF STATE 4 SPECIFIC HEAT AT IDEAL GAS STATE 10 COMPUTATION OF COEFFICIENTS 12 CONCLUSION 16 1.0 INTRODUCTION In natural gas pipeline modelling, an appropriate equation of state is needed. The accuracy of this equation...
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Paper presented at the PSIG Annual Meeting, October 24–25, 1985
Paper Number: PSIG-8503
... VISCOSITIES AT ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE TEKPERATURE KINEMATIC VISCOSITY AGSOLUTE VISCOSITY (OC) ( Ks/m3) (MPa s) 0 10 20 8.86 5.58 4.09 -1 oc-1 - SPECIFIC HEAT, cal g - 1. v i = Sample Volume (m 3 Q 0.2'~ 2. Coefficient o f Expansion = B = 1 A V &] P 7.36 4.60 3.34 * Leaded Gasol ine PRESSURE kPa (Gauge) 10 342 8...

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