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Gas Engineers Handbook is a giant reference sponsored by the American Gas Association and written by a staff of 150 specialists. It answers any general or specific engineering information requirement in regard to natural, liquefied petroleum, and manufactured gases.
- Presents in concise, orderly fashion all “working” facts and data on fuel gases needed by engineers, industry and government personnel.
- Brings together in one volume and 125 chapters all conceivable engineering methods and operating data of the entire gas industry, from source to burner.
- Tables, graphs, charts, equations, and illustrations clarify and illuminate a text that is crammed with the kind of information that is virtually unobtainable elsewhere.
Note: The old CD-ROM is compatible with most Microsoft Windows operating systems from Windows 98 to Windows 8 and 8 Pro. The product requires Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat. The CD-ROM should operate with corresponding Windows-compatible computers (PCs, laptops, etc.); Internet access is required for product activation. For use with newer operating systems and other devices, the ebook version is recommended.
- Fuels, Combustion and Heat Transfer
- Production and Conditioning of Manufactured Gas
- Production, Gathering, and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases
- Gas Testing
- Gas Measurement
- Transmission of Gas
- Distribution of Gas
- Storage of Gas
- Utilization of Gas
- Chemicals from Natural Gas
- Electrical Applications in the Gas Industry