The Handbook of Butane-propane Gases

The Handbook of Butane-propane Gases

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In the case of propane, it will be 1.49 gallons per M. It is possible to manufacture a 550 B.t.u. carburetted water gas having a ... cubic feet of 550 B.t.u. gas per hour (.65 gravity), by using the Willien-Stein process, the gas production can be increased to ... The generator fuel per M of low gravity water gas is about 20 pounds and the total oil used per M is about 14 per cent more than with normal operation.

Title:The Handbook of Butane-propane Gases
Author:George H. Finley
Publisher: - 1935


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