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    Associate Engineer
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    Jul 2016

    Normal conditions for WET gas

    Hi everybody, need you advice! So the situation: Customer need a gas compressor, and gas is a hydrocarbon mix (methane+ethane ..etc) + water. The water dew point is below inlet/discharge temperature of the gas so no water drops as liquid.

    Customer indicated the gas flow as 3000 nm3/h. and indicated nm3/h is @ 0 degC, 1,013 bara, 0% relative humidity.
    How can it be? How can i select the compressor, using the flow data when there will always be some amount of water inside the gas?

    Thank you!
    Last edited by Kelly Bramble; 07-26-2016 at 08:24 AM.

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