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Title: Condensate Formation In Natural Gas Pipelines
Author: Donald L. Katz, David F. Bergman
Source: American Gas Association 1975
Year Published: 1975
Abstract: Condensate formation in natural gas pipelines has been shown to be due to the presence of small but significant amounts of hydrocarbons C, 0 or heavier. Methods of obtaining extended gas analyses to include these heavier hydrocarbons have been devised which permit the use of phase behavior calculations for predicting condensation conditions. These extended analyses also permit design calculations for absorption plants which will predict the gas compositions found in pipeline systems. Final correlations of experimental data are in progress and will be included in a monograph covering the project.