It can be used to produce financial comparisons of the cost to convert vehicles (of any type) to use Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), methanol, Ethanol, Gasoline, LNG, Diesel, Electric, Propane or Hydrogen. Use it for any mix of vehicles, from passenger vehicles, to diesel trucks, or forklifts. Some of the vehicles can be dual-fuel, others can be dedicated to one fuel.
CNG-CALC will also accommodate the costs of refueling stations. ...
WatGas calculates Water-Natural gas phase behavior, and includes the following types of calculations:
- Hydrate formation calculations
- Water content predictions of natural gases
- Inhibitor quantities (methanol/glycols) to avoid hydrate problems in pipelines
- Solid CO2 formation predictions
The program handles gases with known compositions and non-compositional gases (only gas gravity is needed). Note that the ...
GOWProp calculates PVT properties of Gases: Natural Gas, Air and Nitrogen and Liquids: Crude Oil, Water, methanol, Triethylene Glycol, Diethylene Glycol and Monotehylene Glycol with the user's choice of calculation method. More than 12 properties are calculated and the results include a pressure depletion table of the various properties. U.S. and SI Units.
The program includes:
- Gas Orifices: Natural Gas, Air and Nitrogen;
- Liquid Orifices: Oil, Water, methanol, MEG, DEG and TEG;
- Restriction Gas Orifices;
- Restriction Liquid ...
The program lets you calculate the following orifice-types:
- Gas Orifice - Liquid Orifice - Restriction Orifice - Gas - Restriction Orifice - Liquid The fprogram can be used to calculate size, flowrate or pressure drop of the following fluids: Gases:
- Natural gas - Nitrogen - Air Liquids:
- Oil - Water - methanol/Water mixtures - Monoethylene glycol/Water mixtures - Diethylene glycol/Water mixtures - Triethylene ...
The program lets you calculate the following orifice-types: 1) Gas Orifice; 2) Liquid Orifice; 3) Restriction Orifice - Gas; 4) Restriction Orifice - Liquid The program can be used to calculate size, flowrate or pressure drop of the following fluids: Gases: 1) Natural gas; 2) Nitrogen; 3) Air Liquids: 1) Oil; 2) Water; 3) methanol/Water mixtures; 4) Monoethylene glycol/Water mixtures; 5) Ethylene glycol/Water mixtures; 6) - Triethylene glycol/Water ...