Relationship of Compression Ratio To Gas Pipeline

by R.R. Crawford,

Serial Information: Journal of the Pipeline Division, 1961, Vol. 87, Issue 2, Pg. 11-34

Document Type: Journal Paper


Application of concept of low line compression ratio in conjunction with high mean effective line pressure to design and operation of gas transmission pipe line systems; such design results in greater pipe line efficiency and savings in capital and operating costs; relationship between line compression ratio and various analytical factors involved in pipe line gas flow.

Subject Headings: Gas pipelines | Gas flow | Compression | Pipeline design | Natural gas | Pressure pipes | Power transmission | Assets

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