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Catalog No.

L00340

Manual for the Determination


Of Supercompressibility Factors
For Natural Gas

Contract NX-19

Prepared for the


Pipeline Research Committee
Of
Pipeline Research Council International, Inc.

Prepared by the following Research Agencies:


Ohio State University

Authors:
R. H. Zimmerman

Publication Date:
December, 1962

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
iv

Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Range and Applicability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

vii

Preface .

Determining Fpv Factors by Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Table 1, Pressure Adjusting Factors, Fp . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Introduction .

Standard Method .

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Table 2, Temperature Adjusting Factors, FT

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Table 3, Supercompressibility Factors, Fpv

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115

Determining Fpv Factors By Equation . . . . . . . . . . .

397

Table 4, Parameter E
Appendix .

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Alternate Methods .

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401

401

402

403

405

407

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Table 5, Critical Pressures and Temperatures .


Equations of Parameter E .

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Figure 1, Range of Applicability of Parameter E .


Figure 2, Graph of Fpv Factors .

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PIPELINE RESEARCH COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL, INC.


B. D. Goodrich
N. B. Laubach, Chairman
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.
Colorado Interstate Gas Company
W. B. H
G. P. Binder, Vice Chairman
Northern Natural Gas Company
The East Ohio Gas Company
C. S. Kenworthy
T. S. Bacon
Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America
Lone Star Gas Company
R.
D. Morel
S. A. Bergman
Algonquin Gas Transmission Co.
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company
H. A. Proctor
O. W. Clark
Southern California Gas Co.
Southern Natural Gas Company
H. L. Stowers
B. J. Clarke
Texas Gas Transmission Corp.
Columbia Gas System Service Corp.
J. L. Thompson
M. V. Cousins
Michigan Wisconsin Pipeline Co.
United Gas Pipe Line Company
T. L. Robey
R. H. Crowe
American Gas Association
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp.
T.
E. Walsh
J. F. Eichelmann
American Gas Association
El Paso Natural Gas Company
S. J. Cunningham, Secretary
J. L. Gere
American Gas Association
Cities Service Gas Company
GAS MEASUREMENT COMMITTEE (OPERATING SECTION)
1956 - 1962
F. S. Fisher, Jr.
American Louisiana Pipeline Company
R. B. Fleske
Cities Service Gas Company
J. L. Griffin
Northern Natural Gas Company
W. A, Griffin
Daniel Orifice Fitting Company
W. R. Kane
Algonquin Gas Transmission Co.
H. L. Ketcham, Jr.
Washington Gas Light Company
W. F. Kienast
Houston Texas Gas and Oil Corp.
T. J. Kirkpatrick
Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company
R. R. McCafferty
Pioneer Natural Gas Company
H. B. McNichols
Columbia Gas System Service Corp.
P. H. Miller
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.
J. V. Moore
Daniel Orifice Fitting Company
C. G. Moorhead
Hope Natural Gas Company
J. W. Murdock
U. S. Naval Boiler & Turbine Laboratory

R. W. Davis, Chairman
Columbia Gas System Service Corp.
G. W. Swinney, Vice Chairman
Phillips Petroleum Company
E. N. Armstrong
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corp.
Wilkin Bailey
Colorado Interstate Gas Company
H. S. Bean
Consultant
H. V. Beck
American Meter Company
D. C. Benson
Texas Gas Transmission Corp.
C. W. Brown
Texas Gas Transmission Corp.
E. J. Burgin
Houston Texas Gas and Oil Corp.
C. C. Copper
Northern Natural Gas Company
C. H. Duncan
Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America
L. P. Emerson
The Foxboro Company
Gilbert Estill
Oklahoma Natural Gas Company
H. J. Evans
Rockwell Manufacturing Company
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GAS MEASUREMENT COMMITTEE (OPERATING SECTION) - Continued

A.G.A. SUPERVISING COMMITTEE FOR PAR PROJECT NX-19


1956 - 1960

NX-19 REPORT REVIEW SUBCOMMITTEE


1960 - 1962

NOTE: Many of the companies represented in the foregoing listings contributed to the success of the project through the
contribution of test data and time of their employees, laboratory equipment, computers and printing facilities.

PREFACE
This manual is based on the findings of PAR
Research Project NX-19 initiated by the Pipeline
Research Committee in 1956 upon the recommendation of the Gas Measurement Committee. The
initial purpose was to extend the range of the
A.G.A. Supercompressibility Factor Tables pub
lished in 1955, 1956. However, a significant outcome of the project was that in addition to
providing the basic data for extending the range,
a base equation for calculation of supercompressibility factors was developed.

Upon completion of their assignment in April


1961, the research agency submitted reports containing the complete details of the source data
analysis, development of mathematical expressions, general observations, and recommendations
to A.G.A.
Subsequently the NX-19 Report Review Subcommittee was assigned to review the agencys
reportings and from these prepare a practical and
accurate extended range supercompressibility
table applicable to existing procedures. Also they
were to present the basic mathematical expression
in a form suitable for industry wide electronic
computer computation.

The research and development work required in


the project was accomplished by Professor Richard H. Zimmerman and assistants at the Ohio
State University serving as agency under the
guidance of the Supervising Committee for
Project NX-19.

This manual, which constitutes the final report


of said Report Review Subcommittee, is the culmination of the efforts of all those associated with
PAR Research Project NX-19.

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red with displacement type meters and storage


volume calculations.

Range & Applicability


Pressure, psig
Temperature, F
Specific Gravity
Carbon Dioxide mol %
Nitrogen mol %

0 to
-40 to
0.554 to
0 to
0 to

Formula for orifice meter flow calculation :

5000
240
1.000
15
15

Formula for displacement meter volume calculations :

While the F pv factors obtainable herein from


Table 3 or from the Equation (page 397)) are to
be used directly in gas measurement with orifice
meters and in gas pipeline flow computation, the
factor (Fpv)2 is applicable to gas volumes meas-

= cubic feet registered by meter

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INTRODUCTION
The methods, tables and equation presented in
this manual provide extended ranges of coverage,
simplification of use and a broadening of the applicability of the supercompressibility factor determination procedures as published with A.G.A.
Gas Measurement Committee Report No. 3*,
Orifice Metering of Natural Gas 1955, 1956.
The procedures offered are the same as or compatible with those of Report No. 3 and the same
accuracy tolerances are maintained.
In using this manual it must be borne in mind
that it is intended to be a condensed factual working tool. General information concerning the
theory of supercompressibility has been purposely
omitted. The theory of supercompressibility may
be found in the A.G.A. Gas Measurement Manual.
The basic technique of determining a supercompressibility factor of natural gas by the
A.G.A. method involves evaluation of its pseudocritical pressure and temperature. These pseudo

* Revised 1969

values are employed in the determination of pressure and temperature adjusting factors which are
used to adjust the flowing gas pressure and temperature values to correspond to a pressure and
temperature of the chosen standard 0.600 specific
gravity hydrocarbon gas. With the adjusted pressures and temperatures the supercompressibility
factors can be determined directly from the Fpv
table or by applying the definitive equation. The
most practical method of determining pressure
and temperature adjusting factors for normal
mixtures of natural gas is by application of the
specific gravity relationship. Consequently, the
specific gravity method is presented as the
standard method. For less common natural gas
mixtures up to 1.000 specific gravity alternate
methods employing other relationships of natural
gas are offered in the appendix. The table of Fpv
factors and the supercompressibility equations
presented are applicable regardless of the method
employed to adjust the pressure and temperature
of the flowing gas.

G = specific gravity of flowing gas


M c = mol percent carbon dioxide

The standard method is applicable to natural


gas that does not exceed 0.750 specific gravity
and/or diluent contents of 15 mol percent carbon
dioxide and/or 15 mol percent nitrogen. Consequently, this method is limited to natural gas mixtures that do not contain large concentrations of
heavier hydrocarbons.

M n = mol percent nitrogen


The adjusted absolute temperature is obtained
by multiplying the absolute temperature of the
flowing gas by the temperature adjusting factor
Fr furnished in Table 2. The equation for the temperature adjusting factor is:

The specific gravity, and the carbon dioxide


and nitrogen contents in conjunction with the
gage pressure and absolute flowing temperature,
are required to determine the adjusted pressures
and temperatures.

FT

(3)

KT = M C + 1 . 6 8 1 M n

(4)

where :

The adjusted pressure is obtained by multiplying the gage pressure of the flowing gas by the
pressure adjusting factor Fp furnished in Table
1. The equation for the pressure adjusting factor
is:
156.47
F p =
(1)
160.8 - 7.22G + Kp
where:
K p = Mc - 0.392 Mn

226.29
= 99.15 + 211.9G - KT

A simple calculation is required to establish


constants Kp and KT using equations (2) and (4).
After the adjusted pressures and temperatures
are determined the supercompressibility factor
Fpv can be found in Table 3 or determined by use
of the supercompressibility equation on page 397.

(2)

NOTE: All tables in this manual can be interpolated.

and

Determining Fpv Factors by Table


Table 1, Pressure Adjusting Factors Fp: The
applicable pressure adjusting factor Fp is chosen
from this table by using the appropriate values
of specific gravity and the constant Kp. The adjusted pressure is obtained by multiplying the
gage pressure Pf of the flowing gas by Fp. The
Fp table has been so designed that any error in
Fpv resulting from its use will be within acceptable tolerance without interpolating the FP values.
Table 2, Temperature Adjusting Factors FT :
The applicable temperature adjusting factor FT
is chosen from this table using the appropriate
values of specific gravity and the constant KT. The
adjusted temperature is obtained by multiplying
the absolute temperature Tf of the flowing gas by
FT and subtracting 460. The FT table has been so
designed that any error in Fpv resulting from its
use will be within acceptable tolerance without
interpolating the FT value.

The Kp and KT values can be calculated and


recorded when the diluent content of a natural
gas is determined. Such Kp and KT values can be
applied until the diluent content is redetermined.
At lower specific gravities in certain parts of
the pressure and temperature adjusting factor
tables, the Fp and FT values are omitted. This is
where the stated magnitude of the diluents content make it impossible for such specific gravities
to occur.
Table 3, Supercomoressibility Factors F,,:
After adjusting the pressure and temperature of
the flowing gas the adjusted values can be used
to obtain the Fpv factor directly from Table 3.
To illustrate the procedure of determining the
supercompressibility factor Fpv by use of tables
in this volume the following examples are given:

EXAMPLE 1
Conditions :
=
=
=
=
=

Specific gravity
Carbon dioxide content (Mc)
Nitrogen content (Mn)
Gage pressure (Pf)
Flowing temperature (tf)
Calculate Kp and KT
Kp = Mc - 0.392 Mn
= 0 - 0.392 (0)
= 0
K T = Mc + 1.681 Mn
= 0 + 1.681 (0)
= 0

0.573
0 mol percent
0 mol percent
683 psig
12F

From Tables 1 and 2 find pressure and temperature adjusting factors Fp


and FT for :
Specific gravity
= 0.573
=0
K p
= 0
K T
By direct table-look-up :
Page 12
Fp
= 0.9988
Page 31
= 1.0259
F T
Calculate the adjusted pressure and temperature :
Adjusted pressure
=PfFp
= 683 (0.9988)
= 682 psig
= TfFT- 460
Adjusted temperature
= (12 + 460) 1.0259 - 460
= 484.2- 460
= 24.2F
From Table 3 find Fpv factor for:
Adjusted pressure
= 682 psig
=24.2F
Adjusted temperature
Page 151
= 1.0767
Fpv (without interpolation)
= 1.0768
Fpv (with interpolation)

EXAMPLE 2
Conditions :
= 0.731
= 2.75 mol percent
= 8.18 mol percent
= 1344 psig
= 87 F

Specific gravity
Carbon dioxide content (Mc)
Nitrogen content (Mn)
Gage pressure (Pf)
Flowing temperature (tf)
Callulate Kp and KT
K p = M c - 0 . 3 9 2 Mn
= 2.75 - 0.392 (8.18)
= 2.75 - 3.21
=-0.46
K T = Mc + 1.681 Mn
= 2.75 + 1.681 (8.18)
= 2.75 + 13.751
= 16.501

From Tables 1 and 2 find pressure and temperature adjusting factors Fp


and FT for:
= 0.731
Specific gravity
=-0.46
K p
= 16.501
KT
By direct table lookup:
F p
Fr

= 1.0093
= 0.9530

Page 12
Page 102

Calculate the adjusted pressure and temperature :


Adjusted pressure

=PfFp
= 1344 (1.0093)
= 1356 psi

Adjusted temperature

=TfFT-460
= (87 + 460) 0.9530 - 460
= 521.3 - 460
= 61.3 F

From Table 3 find Fpv factor for:


Adjusted pressure
Adjusted temperature
Fpv (without interpolation)
Fpv (with interpolation)

= 1356 psig
= 61.3F
= 1.1126
=1.1120

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TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS
FP
All tables in this manual can be interpolated

At lower specific gravities in certain parts of the pressure adjusting factor tables, Fp values are omitted. This is where the stated magnitude of the diluents content make it impossible for such specific
gravities to occur.

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FP

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F P

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

9
Fp

10

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F p

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

11
F

12

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FP

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

13
FP

14

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FP

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F
P

15

16

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F
P

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

17
F
P

18

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

F
P

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F

19
P

20

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

F
P

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F P

21

22

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FP

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

23
Fp

24

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F p

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F p

25

26

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

Fp

TABLE 1
PRESSURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

27
Fp

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS
FT
All tables in this manual can be interpolated

At lower specific gravities in certain parts of the temperature adjusting factor tables, FT values are
omitted. This is where the stated magnitude of the diluents content make it impossible for such specific
gravities to occur.

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

31

32

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

33

34

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

35

36

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

37
FT

38

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

39

40

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

41
T A B L E

TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F

43
T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

45
TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

46

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

47

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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50

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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52

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

61

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F
T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

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TABLE 2
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TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F
T

79

80
T A B L E

TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

81

82

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

83

84

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

85

86

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

87

88

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTlNG FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

89

90

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

91
FT

92

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F
T

93

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

95

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TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F
T

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TABLE 2
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TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

99

100

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

101

102

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

103

104

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

105

106

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

107
FT

108

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F
T

109
TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS FT

110

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

TABLE

TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS F T

111

112

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

113
FT

114

TABLE 2
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTING FACTORS

FT

TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY

FACTORS

BASE DATA - 0 . 6 0 0 S P E C I F I C G R A V I T Y
HYDROCARBON GAS
All tables in this manual can be interpolated

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117
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

PV
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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T A B L E 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC
GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)
.

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

PV
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBlLITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = O.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBlLlTY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBlLlTY FACTORS F pv
(EASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBlLlTY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

Pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBlLlTY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F Pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = O.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPEClFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBlLlTY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBlLlTY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBlLlTY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA -= 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCPARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSlBILlTY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

279
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

284
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

286
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

291
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

292
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

293
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

295
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

303
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

304
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F

pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

321
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

325
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

328
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

329
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

330
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

331
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

332
TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
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TABLE 3
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pv
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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F p v
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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F
pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fp v
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS F pv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

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TABLE 3
SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTORS Fpv
(BASE DATA = 0.6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY HYDROCARBON GAS)

Determining Fpv Factors by Equation


The base equation for determining the Fpv Factor is expressed as:

(5)
where :
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)

(13)
(14)
E = as linearly interpolated from Table 4
The equations used for developing Table 4 for Parameter E values are given in the Appendix.

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TABLE 4
PARAMETER E
TO BE USED IN
A.G.A. SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTOR EQUATION

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TABLE 4
PARAMETER E
TO BE USED IN
A.G.A. SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTOR EQUATION

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TABLE 4
PARAMETER E
TO BE USED IN
A.G.A. SUPERCOMPRESSIBILITY FACTOR EQUATION
Adjusted Temperature F.

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A P P E N D I X
The temperature adjusting factor FT is:

Alternate Methods
The system of determining Fpv Factors presented in the body of this manual is the standard
method based on adjusting pressures and temperatures using the specific gravity relationship
of gas. Alternate methods are presented below
which in special cases are more applicable. These
methods are based on molal analysis, methane content and heating value relationships of gas for the
determination of adjusting factors Fp and FT. The
Table of Supercompressibility Factors is applicable regardless of which method of adjustment is
Used.

(18)
where :
Tc is defined by equation (17)
The critical pressures and temperatures of the
component gases of natural gas are shown in
Table 5.
Methane-Gravity Method: The methane-gravity
method is especially applicable where a natural
gas has a specific gravity higher than 0.750 due
to the heavier hydrocarbon components. This
method requires only the methane content of the
gas in addition to the five variables required in
the standard method. The equations for the determination of the pseudocritical pressure and temperature are:

Analysis Method: This method of adjusting


pressures and temperatures provides the most
precise results over a comparatively wide range
of natural gas composition. A complete fractional
analysis of the flowing gas is required. The analysis method is the method most applicable when
a natural gas has a specific gravity higher than
0.750. It is the best method when appreciable
percentages of components as hydrogen sulphide,
oxygen and helium occur in the gas.
The pseudocritical pressure of a natural gas
mixture can be defined as the sum of the products
of the mol fraction and the critical pressure of
each component gas:

where :
= specific gravity of the natural gas

(15)

= mol fraction carbon dioxide

where :
P c = pseudocritical pressure of the gas mixture

= mol fraction nitrogen

= critical pressure of any component gas

= mol fraction methane

= mol fraction of the respective component


gas
The pressure adjusting factor Fp is :

The pressure and temperature adjusting Factors Fp and FT are determined by equations (16)
and (18) respectively with Pc and Tc defined by
equations (19) and (20) respectively.

(16)
where :

Heating Value Method: This method is inherently the same as the Standard Method since an
exact linear relationship exists between the
heating value and the specific gravity of the
hydrocarbon components of a natural gas. Any
difference between the two methods can be attributed to normal uncertainties in determining specific gravity, heating value and diluent content of
gas. This method is limited to natural gases of
specific gravity less than 0.750.
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The pressure and temperature adjusting factors Fp and FT are determined by equations (16)
and (18) respectively with Pc and Tc defined by
equations (21) and (22) respectively.

The equations for the determination of the


pseudocritical pressure and temperatures are :

Actual Test Method: Be ore extending the use


of these data and methods beyond the recommended range of conditions, their applicability to any
such extended condition should first be properly
verified by actual test.

where :

T A B L E

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Equations of Parameter E
The base equation on page 397 using the E values
from Table 4 was employed to generate Table 3
Supercompressibility Factors Fpv through the full
range of pressure and temperature. The base
equation differs in eight range groups due to the
variation of the parameter E. Parameter E appears in equation (14) which is a definitive relation of the base equation. The following are the
equations of E based on the respective ranges of
applicability for pressure and temperature as indicated in Figure 1 on page 405.

NOTE: w and T are defined on page 397. The


Napierian constant e was carried to eight significant digits 2.7182818 in developing the table of
E constants. The computer program used a floating decimal system.
* I n e q u a t i o n s 2 7 - 2 9 i f t h e v a l u e o f rr i s
i n e x c e s s o f 2 . 0 , t h e n u s e 2 . 0 . However,
in equations 31 and 36 use the actual value
of w as computed from equation 9 on Page 397.
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The selection of the most suitable system for


determining the supercompressibility factor Fpv
by the computer method will ultimately depend
upon the pressure and temperature ranges of the
flowing gas and the capabilities of the electronic
data processing equipment available to the user.

For ordinary use the system analyst by examining the equation can easily see ways of implementing them on almost any computer. Three
systems are available for programming the
parameter E in the equation for computer calculation :
1. Parameter E selected from Table 4.

Figure 2 on page 407 shows a graphic representation of the F pv factors at four temperatures
taken directly from the Table of Supercompressibility Factors. These values are for the 0.600 specific gravity hydrocarbon natural gas.

2. Parameter E computed directly from equations.


3. Selective use of equations and tables of
Parameter E.

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RANGE OF APPLICABILITY OF THE


PARAMETER E

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