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EVALUATION OF 2.5 KILOWATTS GENERATING PLANT USING COOKING GAS (LPG) AS FUEL

During natural gas refining and petroleum refining, Liquefied Petroleum Gas is a flammable hydrocarbon gas produced during natural gas refining and petroleum refining. Using Liquefied Petroleum Gas is more relevant in developing countries than as cooking fuel. This research was aimed at investigating and establishing for the existence of the Liquefied Petroleum Gas consumption rate, as opposed to that of Premium Motor Spirit fuel to power the electric generator. For the control of LPG pressure and flow rate, the gas pressure regulator was added to the gas cylinder tank.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/kcrj2


Adiabatic One-Dimensional Flow of a Perfect Gas through a Rotating Tube of Uniform Cross Section

Summary of the paper The flow of a flawless gas with constant specific heats through a continually changing channel of uniform cross-sectional area as used in certain helicopter propulsion systems and wind-driven gas turbines is described in this article. By investigating their asymptotic behavior as well as that in the neighborhood of singular points, the basic equations of the differential equation are investigated and sketched. If the entry velocity is subsonic, it is estimated that there exists a critical value of the angular velocity below which the flow remains subsonic in the pipe; however, it may become sonic at the pipe's exit. If the entry velocity reaches a given u201d or supersonic value in the pipe, it may become sonic or supersonic.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0001925900000998


High rates of glucose utilization in gas gland of Atlantic cod ( Gadus morhua ) are supported by GLUT1 and HK1b

This paper discusses the characteristics of the first two steps in glucose conversion in Atlantic cod's gas gland. As determined by the production of 3H2O from [2-3H]-glucose, isolated gas gland cells in Glucose metabolism by isolated gas gland cells was 12-fold and 170-fold higher than in heart and RBCs. Despite high success of this therapy in heart and RBCs, glucose uptake in gas gland shows a significant dependence on facilitated transportation, as shown by saturation of 2-deoxyglucose uptake at a low extracellular level and a high incidence of high cytochalase B at a low level in cytochalase. Glucose transport is achieved by a glucose transporter 1 that is localized to the glandular cells of glycose. The 52kDa GLUT1 gas gland levels were 2. 3-fold and 33-fold higher than in heart and RBCs, respectively. HKIb levels in the gas gland were 52-fold and 57-fold greater than those in heart and RBCs, according to Transcript.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1242/jeb.141721


Water level, vegetation composition, and plant productivity explain greenhouse gas fluxes in temperate cutover fens after inundation

Peat extraction leaves a land surface with a substantial improvement in deep cutover areas and high ridges. Methane sources have been identified as large sources of methane, for example, Reeds of Typha and Phragmites, but reports on net CO2 uptake are inconsistent for Typha and rare for Phragmites, and not for Phragmites. At two rewetted cutover fens in Belarus, we investigate the effect of vegetation, water level, and nutrient conditions on greenhouse gas emissions for representative vegetation types along water level gradients. Methane emissions generally increased as a result of net ecosystem CO2 uptake. Small GHG sources in the range of 2. 3 to 4. 2 t CO2 eq were small sedge reeds with water table around the land surface, with water table around the land surface. u2013 Typha latifolia reeds on newly constructed floating mats were significant net GHG emitters with a total number of 25. 1 to 39. 1 t CO2 eq. The annual CO2 balance was best described by vegetation biomass, which also includes the role of vegetation composition and species. A sensible option to arrive at low GHG emissions is shallow flooding of cutover temperate fens. The danger of large GHG emissions in eutrophic than mesotrophic peatlands is higher for eutrophic than mesotrophic peatlands. However, floods of eutrophic temperate fens remains a viable GHG mitigation strategy, despite the fact that even the hotspot of our study, the floating tall sedge -u2013 typoha latifolia reed, did not exceed the typical range of GHG emissions from drained fen grasslands and the spatially dominant Phragmites australis emitted by far less GHG than drained fens e et fens re fens fens, fenspot s fen fensty fen grasslands ed fenst fensh fen grasslands and the fen fenstet fenstrhetroled fenshetrained fenst fenstil fens.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-13-3945-2016


Evaluation of the Methodologies of Analyzing Production and Pressure Data of Tight Gas Reservoir

This article reviews the various production analysis techniques used in the literature and reveals the most effective techniques for determining well and reservoir parameters, as well as estimating the gas used in measuring tight gas reservoirs. Modern methods such as Blasingame, Agarwal and Gardner, Normalized Pressure Integral, and the Flowing Material Balance, according to this report, are useful tools for production history and pressure measurements to determine reservoir parameters and reserve for tight gas reservoirs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2118/184263-ms


Zinc-Chromium oxide catalyst for gas-phase ketonisation of pentanoic acid

In the ketonisation of pentanoic acid in the gas phase, zincc and Chromium mixed catalyst with different atomic ratios of Zinc and Chromium were tested. It was discovered that Zn-Cr with an atomic ratio of Zn and Cr mixed oxides, ZnO, and Cr2O3 were the best catalytic results in comparison to other oxides with higher or lower atomic ratios of Zn and Cr mixed oxides, ZnO, and Cr2O3.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.13171/mjc62/01611080121-bayahia


Design of thin-film configuration of SnO 2 –Ag 2 O composites for NO 2 gas-sensing applications

Abstract: For NO 2 gas sensor applications, a two-layered thin-film structure consisting of a dispersed nanoscaled Ag 2 O phase and SnO 2 layer as well as a single-composite film layer made from a nanoscale Ag 2 O phase and SnO 2 layer are developed and produced in this study. Both SA and CSA thin films that were embedded with an appropriate Ag 2 O material have increased gas-sensing responses toward low-concentration NO 2 gas in comparison to that of pristine SnO 2 thin film in NO2 gas senssing results. A gas sensor made from the mono-composite SnO 2 Og 2 O layer, in particular, has a higher NO2 gas-sensing results than that of a double-layered SnO 2 u2013Ag 2 O thin-film sensor. The experimental findings herein show that the gas-sensing results of p-u2013n oxide composite thin films can be adjusted by the appropriate configuration of composite thin film configuration.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1515/ntrev-2022-0111


Offshore oil and gas, and operational sheen occurrence: is there potential harm to marine birds?

We investigated potential sources and frequency of hydrocarbon accumulation on sea surfaces from offshore oil and gas operations in Atlantic Canada, as well as the likelihood of overlap with marine birds. We conducted a literature review on lethal and sub-lethal effects of low levels of oil contact and ingestion on marine birds, focusing on studies that measured oil dosages. Sheens are active around production facilities in Atlantic Canada at acceptable levels of oil concentrations in finished water, according to us. Although immediate lethal effects on seabirds are unlikely from external oiling of feathers from sheens, external pressures, such as cold weather, may lead to external oiling from sheens that can have a huge effect on seabird metabolism and can be lethal, with immediate lethal effects. Small doses of ingested oil can have undetected consequences on aquatic birds and marine bird populations, contributing to reproductive success.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1139/er-2015-0086

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