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Gas pipeline hydraulics E Shashi Menon; Pramila S Menon

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: United States of America Trafford Publ 2013Edition: 1a edición.Description: XI, 521 páginas ilustraciones ; diagramas. 23 cm.ISBN: 9781466976702.Subject(s): Tubería | Distribución de gas | Tuberías de gas natural | oleoductos | redes de tuberíasDDC classification: 665.744
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Gas properties ; 2. Pressure drop due to friction ; 3. Pressure required to transport ; 4. Compressor stations ; 5. Pipe loops versus compression ; 6. Pipe analysis ; 7. Thermal hydraulics ; 8. Transient analysis and case studies ; 9. Valves and Flow Measurements ; 10. Pipe economics
Subject: This book is concerned with the steady state hydraulics of natural gas and other compressible fluids being transported through pipelines. Our main approach is to determine the flow rate possible and compressor station horsepower required within the limitations of pipe strength, based on the pipe materials and grade. It addresses the scenarios where one or more compressors may be required depending on the gas flow rate and if discharge cooling is needed to limit the gas temperatures. The book is the result of over 38 years of the authors' experience on pipelines in North and South America while working for major energy companies such as ARCO, El Paso Energy, etc.
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Gas properties ; 2. Pressure drop due to friction ; 3. Pressure required to transport ; 4. Compressor stations ; 5. Pipe loops versus compression ; 6. Pipe analysis ; 7. Thermal hydraulics ; 8. Transient analysis and case studies ; 9. Valves and Flow Measurements ; 10. Pipe economics

This book is concerned with the steady state hydraulics of natural gas and other compressible fluids being transported through pipelines. Our main approach is to determine the flow rate possible and compressor station horsepower required within the limitations of pipe strength, based on the pipe materials and grade. It addresses the scenarios where one or more compressors may be required depending on the gas flow rate and if discharge cooling is needed to limit the gas temperatures. The book is the result of over 38 years of the authors' experience on pipelines in North and South America while working for major energy companies such as ARCO, El Paso Energy, etc.

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