Natural gas separation

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  • Turboexpanders and Process Applications offers readers complete application criteria, functional parameters, and selection guidelines. This book is intended for the widest possible spectrum of engineering functions, including technical support, maintenance, operating, and managerial personnel in process plants, refineries, air liquefaction, natural gas separation, geothermal mining, and design contracting.

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  • Natural gas has traditionally been used as a feedstock for the chemical industry, and as a fuel for process and space heating. Recent advances in exploration, drilling techniques and hydraulic fracturing have made it possible for natural gas to become available in abundance (as of 2012). As natural gas displaces traditional petroleum use in various sectors, a certain amount of disruption is likely.

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  • The following chapters discuss architects who have honed digital-fabrication techniques on pecific projects. Each discussion is accompanied by a detailed breakdown of the fabrication technique, providing insight into the recent projects featured in ach chapter. These are projects that concentrate on he fertile realm of one-to-one-scale experimentation, which demands reciprocity between design and mpirical innovation. The final outcomes hinge on he ability to reconcile the developmental shifts in material and working method.

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  • ● Adsorption chromatography • The stationary phase is an adsorbent (like silica gel or any other silica-based packing) • The separation is based on repeated adsorption-desorption steps. ● Normal-phase chromatography • The stationary bed is strongly polar in nature (e.g., silica gel), and the mobile phase is nonpolar (such as n-hexane or tetrahydrofuran). • Polar samples are retained on the polar surface of the column packing longer than less polar materials.

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  • MINING For thousands of years, people have mined native metals such as gold, silver, and copper, and turned them into tools, weapons, and ornaments. At some point, they discovered that heating far more abundant metal ores in a charcoal furnace separated the pure metal, and this led to the widespread use of materials like iron. Other minerals such as flint, building stone, and gemstones have also been mined since prehistory. Fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas have been exploited more recently.

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