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# Determination of Flow Rate at Site

• Determine, in how much time the meter counter completes cir
cle of 10 Cuft or passes 10 Cuft gas
FLOWRATE 10 FT3 / 6 SEC
10/6 X3600
6000 FT3 / Hr

• Alternatively we can determine flow rate by noting that how m
uch volume of gas has passed in one minute. Suppose that it
comes = 100 Cuft in 1 minute then
flowrate will be 100 X 60 = 6000 Cuft/Hr
Determination of flow rate of the meter in video?

450 M3 Meter Reading (Current Month) = 68.02817385 × CV (Btus/SCF) × 1/1000.31467 / 1000.67 × 100)/0.000 M3 Difference (Gas Consumed) = 67.02817385) / 100 = Cuft /(35.67 Hm3 If the Readings are in Cuft then conversion to Hm3 as follows: - (Cuft × 0. In case of Domestic Consumers such factors are not applied Conversion to Hm3 = 67.550/100 = 0.31467×100) Hm3 Conversion of Hm3 to MMBTU = (0.67 × CV (Btus/SCF) ) × 100 × 35.000= 2.000 Conversion of Hm3 to MMBTU = (0.Calculation of Bill Domestic Consumer: Meter Reading (Previous Month) = 0.31467 / 1000.550 M3 Apply P and T factors to arrive at Standard Volume.000 .19 Complete Bill also includes GST and Meter Rent Slab = (no of days/30) × (Hm3 × GCV ) × 100 × 35.

0 3 3 to 5 800.57× 95. Per MMBtu 1 Upto 1 Hm3 95.Domestic Slab Rates Slab Usage of gas in Hm3 Rs.0 4 Over 5 and Above 1006.68 .62× 99.0 2 1 to 3 190.48 = 61.16 0.01 = 149.4 1.

Conversion Factors 1 m3 (Cum) = 35.31467 ft3 (Cuft) 1 MCF = 1000 CF (MCF means thousand Cubic feet) 1 MMCF = 1000 MCF (MMCF means Million Cubic feet) Btu = Cuft × GCV (Gross Calorific Value in Btus per SCF) MMBtu = MMCF × GCV °F = 1.50377 psi .8 × °C + 32 1 bar = 14.