from Nm3/h to Kg/h

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from Nm3/h to Kg/h

Postby Styagi » Mon Feb 18, 2008 2:35 pm

What is the conversion of 10 Nm3/h gas in Kg/h?

Re: from Nm3/h to Kg/h

Postby Guest » Mon Feb 18, 2008 7:11 pm

Styagi wrote:What is the conversion of 10 Nm3/h gas in Kg/h?

At "normal" conditions (the "N" in Nm³), the molar is 22.414 L/mol or 0.022414 m³/mol, so you are flowing 446 mol/h. Multiply by the molecular weight of the gas in g/mol to get grams per hour. Divide by 1000 for kg/h.

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