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  • how to convert kmol/hr to m3/hr

    i really hope u can help me....

    1. Is kgmol/hr equal to kmol/hr
    2. How to convert kgmol/hr or kmol/hr to Sm3/hr
    3. How to convert mtpa to Sm3/hr

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    Re: how to convert kmol/hr to m3/hr

    Originally posted by konda86
    i really hope u can help me....

    1. Is kgmol/hr equal to kmol/hr
    2. How to convert kgmol/hr or kmol/hr to Sm3/hr
    3. How to convert mtpa to Sm3/hr
    1. Yes. A kilogram mole is a kilomole
    2. 1 kmol/h (based on Ideal Gas Law) would occupy 22.414 Nm, where the "N" denotes
    normal," 1 atm, 0 C. In the US, several sets of "standard" conditions are used, so you'd have to specify what standard you are using.
    3. Don't know what mtpa is.

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    • #3
      Re: how to convert kmol/hr to m3/hr

      m3/hr to kmol/hr hope u ll help me

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      • #4
        dears
        can some help me to convert KMOL/H to M3/H

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        • #5
          Originally posted by abuaghela View Post
          dears
          can some help me to convert KMOL/H to M3/H
          You need to know what the substance is, and, in particular, its molecular weight or molar mass. This allows you to convert it to mass flow. From mass flow, you need to know its density at given conditions to convert to volumetric flow.

          Is it a gas? Does it behave enough like an ideal gas to use the ideal gas equation? Do you know temperature and pressure.

          If it is a liquid or solid, you need to know the density, which varies at least with temperature (annd minutely with pressure).

          You have not given enough information for us to do anything but outline the process.

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