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TSE - TS 9119 - NATURAL GAS- DETERMINATION OF HYDROGEN, İNERT GASES AND HYDROCARBONS UP TO C8- GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD Organization: TSE
Date: 1991-04-04
Description: This standard describes a gas chromatographic method for determining the gydrogen inert gases and hydrocarbons up to C8 in natural gas. Bu standard, doğal gazda bulunan hidrojen , inert gazlar ve C8'e kadar olan hidrokarbonların gaz kromatografik metotla tayinini kapsar.
ISO 6974 - NATURAL GAS - DETERMINATION OF HYDROGEN, INERT GASES AND HYDROCARBONS UP TO C8 - GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 1984-01-01
AFNOR - NF EN ISO 6974-3 - NATURAL GAS - DETERMINATION OF COMPOSITION WITH DEFINED UNCERTAINTY BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY - PART 3 : DETERMINATION OF HYDROGEN, HELIUM, INERT GASES AND HYDROCARBONS UP TO C8 USING TWO PACKED COLUMNS Organization: AFNOR
Date: 2003-08-01
IGEM - IGE/SR/23 - VENTING OF NATURAL GAS - 2ND IMPRESSION Organization: IGEM
Date: 2000-05-01
Description: They are not intended to cover the detailed design, manufacture, installation, maintenance and inspection of the hardware, or to cover flare systems, though they do provide guidance in the event of vented gas being ignited. They only cover releases of liquid free Natural Gas which have a combined proportion of methane plus inerts of greater than 89% by volume and temperature between -50°C and 50°C from vent stacks with internal diameters equal or greater than 25mm of flow rates up to 40kg s-1.
SAE - J1616 - (R) STANDARD FOR COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS VEHICLE FUEL Organization: SAE
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: S. sales of natural gas fall under FERC jurisdiction, this means that the Interim Guideline limits represent, in most cases, the limits that apply to natural gases received by distribution systems. Intrastate natural gas sales, by contrast, are not within FERC jurisdiction, but customers including utilities receiving gases from both intrastate and interstate sources, for practical purposes, generally receive natural gas that meets the Interim Guidelines.
ASTM D7940 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR ANALYSIS OF LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG) BY FIBER-COUPLED RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-06-01
Description: NOTE 1—Raman spectroscopy does not directly quantify the component percentages of noble gases, however, inerts can be calculated indirectly by subtracting the sum of the other species from 100 %.
BSI - BS 3156-11.1.2 - ANALYSIS OF FUEL GASES PART 11: METHODS FOR NON-MANUFACTURED GASES SECTION 11.1: HYDROCARBONS AND INERT GASES SUBSECTION 11.1.2: EXTENDED ANALYSIS BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD Organization: BSI
Date: 1997-08-15
Description: Method for the quantitative analysis of the components of natural gas.
PPI TR-22 - POLYETHYLENE PIPING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS FOR COMPONENTS OF LIQUID PETROLEUM GASES Organization: PPI
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: PE has a well-documented inertness to both the external soil environment and to natural gas. Extensive testing and over 45 years of successful field experience confirm that the long-term strength of polyethylene is unaffected by natural gas and its common constituents.
IGEM - IGE/SR/22 - PURGING OPERATIONS FOR FUEL GASES IN TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND STORAGE - 2ND IMPRESSION Organization: IGEM
Date: 1996-01-01
Description: They cover onshore purging operations for fuel gases from gas to air and from air to gas, with or without the use of inert gas, designed to prevent flammable gas mixtures being produced.
NPFC - F-B-2909 - BURNERS, SINGLE: LIGHT OIL, GAS, AND LIGHT OIL-GAS COMBINATION FOR PACKAGED HEATING BOILERS (UP TO 320,000 BTU/HR THERMAL OUTPUT CAPACITY) Organization: NPFC
Date: 1997-08-18
Description: Referenced below are some of the most commonly used fuels with their average specific gravity and higher heat content: Average Average higher Fuel specific gravity heat content Natural gas 0.65 1,075 Btu/cu ft (40 054 kj/m3) Manufactured gases 0.38 535 Btu/cu ft (19 934 kj/m3) Mixed gas 0.50 800 Btu/cu ft (29 807 kj/m3) Liquefied petroleum gas 1.55 2,500 Btu/cu ft (93 148 k)/m3)
ISO 10440-2 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - ROTARY-TYPE POSITIVE-DISPLACEMENT COMPRESSORS - PART 2: PACKAGED AIR COMPRESSORS (OIL FREE) - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2001-12-01
Description: This part of ISO 10440 covers the minimum requirements for helical, spiral and straight-lobe, oil-free rotary compressors used for applications up to 0,20 MPa in refinery services. It is applicable to air (and other inert gas) compressors that are in continuous duty on process units.
CEN - EN ISO 10440-2 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - ROTARY-TYPE POSITIVE-DISPLACEMENT COMPRESSORS - PART 2: PACKAGED AIR COMPRESSORS (OIL-FREE) Organization: CEN
Date: 2001-12-01
Description: This part of ISO 10440 covers the minimum requirements for helical, spiral and straight-lobe, oil-free rotary compressors used for applications up to 0,20 MPa in refinery services. It is applicable to air (and other inert gas) compressors that are in continuous duty on process units.
SAE/TP - 2011-01-2793 - OBIGGS FOR FUEL SYSTEM WATER MANAGEMENT - PROOF OF CONCEPT Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2011-10-18
Description: Natural air evolution, ullage blowing and fuel sparging with dry inert gas have been studied. It has been shown that natural air evolution during aircraft climb provides a significant, substantial, but insufficient dehydration of fuel up to 20% relative.
ASME PTC 3.3 - GASEOUS FUELS Organization: ASME
Date: 1969-01-01
Description: Such gases include coke oven or oil gas. (c) High-inert gases containing 50 per cent or more by volume of inert constitutents.
ASHRAE - LO-09-091 - EMERGING APPLICATIONS IN CRYOGENICS—NITROGEN INJECTION FOR RESERVOIR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Here, this cost range of nitrogen mentioned above is the nitrogen generation cost (Cryogenic air separation or inert gas generation) compared to the natural gas price depending on pressure, quantities, and location.
AGA XK0101 - PURGING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE - THIRD EDITION; XK0101 Organization: AGA
Date: 2001-06-01
Description: Carefully controlled purging of air from pipelines by direct displacement with natural gas has been safely practiced for many years with the recognition that some flammable mixture is present.
MODUK - DEF STAN 02-746 - APPROVAL AND CONTROL OF HEAT TREATMENT FURNACES - ISSUE 1: 04/2000; INCORPORATING NES 746 CATEGORY 3 ISSUE 4 PUBLICATION DATE NOVEMBER 1995 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2000-04-01
Description: The requirements for the approval of vacuum inert gas atmosphere or other such specialized furnaces are not covered by this NES.
NFPA 326 - STANDARD FOR THE SAFEGUARDING OF TANKS AND CONTAINERS FOR ENTRY, CLEANING, OR REPAIR - EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/1/2014 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This standard shall not apply to tank vehicles or tank cars; tanks, bunkers, or compartments on ships or barges or in a shipyard; gas plant equipment or gas distribution systems for natural or manufactured gas; or compressed or liquefied gas cylinders.
AWS A6.0 - SAFE PRACTICES FOR WELDING AND CUTTING CONTAINERS THAT HAVE HELD COMBUSTIBLES Organization: AWS
Date: 1965-01-01
Description: (d) Gasometers or gas holders for natural and manufactured gas. (For information on cleaning gasometers, etc., see Purging Principles and Practices, published by the American Gas Association Inc., 605 Third Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10016.)
API 4096 - THE EFFECTS OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE TO LOW LEVELS OF CARBON MONOXIDE ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM OF DOGS. I. EXPOSURE TO 100 PPM CARBON MONOXIDE Organization: API
Date: 1970-10-01
Description: Atmospheric sampling by high flying aircraft indicates that the bulk of the carbon monoxide is found mainly in the troposphere where it is relatively inert (3).

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