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NBN - EN ISO 15970 - NATURAL GAS - MEASUREMENT OF PROPERTIES - VOLUMETRIC PROPERTIES: DENSITY, PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND COMPRESSION FACTOR (ISO 15970:2008) Organization: NBN
Date: 2014-04-25
Description: The compression factor (also known as the compressibility factor or the real gas factor and given the symbol Z) appears, in particular, in equations governing volumetric metering. Moreover, the conversion of volume at metering conditions to volume at defined reference conditions can properly proceed with an accurate knowledge of Z at both relevant pressure and relevant temperature conditions.
NBN - EN ISO 15970 - NATURAL GAS - MEASUREMENT OF PROPERTIES - VOLUMETRIC PROPERTIES: DENSITY, PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND COMPRESSION FACTOR (ISO 15970:2008) Organization: NBN
Date: 2014-04-25
Description: The compression factor (also known as the compressibility factor or the real gas factor and given the symbol Z) appears, in particular, in equations governing volumetric metering. Moreover, the conversion of volume at metering conditions to volume at defined reference conditions can properly proceed with an accurate knowledge of Z at both relevant pressure and relevant temperature conditions.
DS/EN ISO 15970 - NATURAL GAS - MEASUREMENT OF PROPERTIES - VOLUMETRIC PROPERTIES: DENSITY, PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND COMPRESSION FACTOR Organization: DS
Date: 2014-03-28
Description: The compression factor (also known as the compressibility factor or the real gas factor and given the symbol Z) appears, in particular, in equations governing volumetric metering. Moreover, the conversion of volume at metering conditions to volume at defined reference conditions can properly proceed with an accurate knowledge of Z at both relevant pressure and relevant temperature conditions.
CEN - EN ISO 15970 - NATURAL GAS - MEASUREMENT OF PROPERTIES - VOLUMETRIC PROPERTIES: DENSITY, PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND COMPRESSION FACTOR Organization: CEN
Date: 2014-03-01
Description: The compression factor ( also known as the compressibility factor or the real gas factor and given the symbol Z) appears, in particular, in equations governing volumetric metering. Moreover, the conversion of volume at metering conditions to volume at defined reference conditions can properly proceed with an accurate knowledge of Z at both relevant pressure and relevant temperature conditions.
DIN EN ISO 15970 - NATURAL GAS - MEASUREMENT OF PROPERTIES - VOLUMETRIC PROPERTIES: DENSITY, PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND COMPRESSION FACTOR (ISO 15970:2008) Organization: DIN
Date: 2014-09-01
Description: The compression factor (also known as the compressibility factor or the real gas factor and given the symbol Z) appears, in particular, in equations governing volumetric metering. Moreover, the conversion of volume at metering conditions to volume at defined reference conditions can properly proceed with an accurate knowledge of Z at both relevant pressure and relevant temperature conditions.
ISO 15970 - NATURAL GAS — MEASUREMENT OF PROPERTIES — VOLUMETRIC PROPERTIES: DENSITY, PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND COMPRESSION FACTOR - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-06-15
Description: The compression factor (also known as the compressibility factor or the real gas factor and given the symbol Z) appears, in particular, in equations governing volumetric metering. Moreover, the conversion of volume at metering conditions to volume at defined reference conditions can properly proceed with an accurate knowledge of Z at both relevant pressure and relevant temperature conditions.
NBN - EN ISO 15970 - GAZ NATUREL - MESURAGE DES CARACTÉRISTIQUES - CARACTÉRISTIQUES VOLUMÉTRIQUES: MASSE VOLUMIQUE, PRESSION, TEMPÉRATURE ET FACTEUR DE COMPRESSION (ISO 15970:2008) Organization: NBN
Date: 2014-04-25
Description: The compression factor (also known as the compressibility factor or the real gas factor and given the symbol Z) appears, in particular, in equations governing volumetric metering. Moreover, the conversion of volume at metering conditions to volume at defined reference conditions can properly proceed with an accurate knowledge of Z at both relevant pressure and relevant temperature conditions.

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