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Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/23/2009 9:46 AM

I would like to convert Nm3/hr into SCF/hr. I was given the information below:

Natural Gas: 383.2 aM3/hr, 295.2 kPa, 28.7 C. This translates to 1068 Nm3/hr

So I need to convert the 1068Nm3/hr into units we typically use such as SFC/hr

Could someone help me with this conversion? Thanks!

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Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/23/2009 1:02 PM

Give this utility a whirl...

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09/24/2009 2:10 AM

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09/24/2009 4:50 AM

you beat me to it. GA!

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Re: Converting Nm3/hr to SCF/hr

09/23/2009 1:07 PM

Sounds like you're defining normal as 1 atm, 60°F = 15.6°C, giving

383.2*(295.2/101.325)*(273 + 15.6)/(273+28.7) = 1068 Nm3/h. (101.325 is the kPa in 1 atm)

To convert to SCF, need to know your standard temperature. If it's also 60°F, it's a straight conversion using 1 m3 = 35.315 ft3. (standard pressure = 1 atm)

If standard temperature is Ts °C, it's 35.315*(273 + Ts)/(273 + 15.6) ft3.

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09/24/2009 2:43 AM

I got two very good converting softwares few kbs each, that I can send; if interested please mail me: kvsubramanyam@hbl.in

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09/24/2009 3:26 AM

Regards.

Any links for downloads.

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09/24/2009 3:25 AM

Regards.

I have a verstyle Units converter 'Versaverter' by 'pawprint.net'

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09/24/2009 11:27 AM

I am wondering whether it would be worthwhile for the CR4 members to start a listing of good, functional non-proprietary engineering type software available for download from the web.

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09/24/2009 1:38 PM

Hi Guest,

Anyone can search on the right side of the page under Search all CR4, for any potential software. It should return any software discussed on the site, and so acts as a software 'Emporium'?

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With ref' to your question:

I am wondering whether it would be worthwhile for the CR4 members to start a listing of good, functional non-proprietary engineering type software available for download from the web.

Take care.

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09/24/2009 5:33 PM

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