## What is the specific volume of natural gas?

0.7 – 0.9

Fuel | [email protected]°C – ρ – | Specific Volume – v – |
---|---|---|

(kg/m3) | (m3/1000 kg) | |

Heavy fuel oil | 800-1010 | 1.0-1.3 |

Kerosene | 775-840 | 1.2-1.3 |

Natural gas (gas) | 0.7 – 0.9 | 1110-1430 |

**How do you find the specific volume of a gas?**

To calculate specific volume you need to know the volume (V) and the mass (m). Specific volume equals volume divided by mass. Typically, volume is measured in cubic meters (m3), and mass is measured in kilograms. Specific volume is then calculated as volume divided by mass.

**Does gas have a specific volume?**

Gas is a state of matter that has no fixed shape and no fixed volume. Gases have lower density than other states of matter, such as solids and liquids.

### What is Supercompressibility factor of natural gas?

Gas Super-Compressibility Factor, Z. The gas supercompresibility factor, Z (or Z-Factor, or Real Gas Deviation Factor), is a function of pressure and temperature that corrects the Ideal Gas Law for high pressure and high temperature conditions.

**What means Sm3?**

standard cubic meter

Sm3 means standard cubic meter and is the unit of mass equal to the mass of 1 cubic metre of gas at a pressure of 1 atmosphere and temperature of 15°C.

**What is difference between Nm3 and Sm3?**

The conversion from Sm3 to Nm3: Interpretation: Gas of certian weight takes under normal conditions volume of 7,32% smaller than under standard conditions. Therefore 1 Nm3 contains 7.32% more gas than 1Sm3.

## What is the SI unit of specific volume?

The standard unit of specific volume is cubic meters per kilogram (m3/kg), but other units include ft3/lb, ft3/slug, or mL/g.

**What is specific volume equal to?**

Since the mass and volume are directly related to each other under static conditions, we can define a new property called the specific volume which is equal to the volume divided by the mass.

**What is volume in gases?**

Gas volume means the volume of gas as measured at 14.73 psia and 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Gas volume means the volume of carbon dioxide gas, expressed at standard conditions (0oC and 1 atmosphere of pressure) dissolved in an equal volume of liquid.

### Is specific volume the same as density?

The specific volume is the reciprocal of the density of the material, which is the mass per unit volume: r = (1/v) = (m/V). The “Specific Gravity” of a substance is the ratio of its mass to that of an equal volume of water at the same temperature and pressure.

**What is the gas formation volume factor?**

The gas formation volume factor is defined as the volume occupied by a gas at reservoir conditions divided by the volume at standard conditions: ……………….. (5) The second and third lines of Eq. 5 give Bg using standard pressure of 14.696 psia and standard temperature of 60°F. ……………….. (6)

**How do you find the specific gravity of natural gas?**

Specific Gravity – Specific gravity is often a known, specified parameter for natural gas. The specific gravity is the ratio of the density of the gas to the density of air at the same temperature and pressure. Thus, the density of the gas can be calculated from known specific gravity using the equation: gas= (Ggas)(air) (1)

## What is the gas density and specific volume calculator?

The Gas Density and Specific Volume Calculator calculates the density and specific volume of gas based on a modified version of the Ideal Gas Law: where: The Ideal Gas Law assumes the existence of a gas with no volume and no interactions with other molecules.

**How to calculate the density of a sample of natural gas?**

ideal gas law equation and solve for the gas density ( = m/V) to give: = P(MW)/ZRT (5) This equation can be used to calculate the density of a sample of natural gas at specified temperature and pressure if its molecular weight and compressibility factor are known. There are several graphs and equations for compressibility factor as a

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