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What kind of 2 ppm concentration, basis can be mass, volume or molar ratios. What is in the 891 L container, is it a gas or liquid? Is the ethylene...
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With what time resolution? It never rains at a steady rate for a month, so you need to integrate the data over a month unless it is just an average spread...
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At a power level of 158 kW, assuming the specific fuel consumption value is valid there,
158 kW x 209 g/kWh = 33.0 kg/h
33.0 kg/h x...
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I don't see an obvious way to convert. It would be necessary to do a calculation based on the details of how you discharged and how that volume of discharge...
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You are confusing power (watts) and energy (kilowatthours, joules, BTUs)
How about a "nearguarantee?" The BTU has a variable...
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To convert, you would need to know the total volume of exhaust produced per MWh of output....
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Two effects:
*The actual solubility changes with temperature.
*If the volume of gas were restated to actual pressure and temperature, it would...
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It is normally converted to gas volume at 0 °C, 1 atm. 44 g ( 1 mole) occupies 22.4 L so 44 mg would be 22.4 mL.
Then 15 mg/L is 7.6 mL/L or 7600...
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An Einstein (non SI unit, should always be explained in SI terms) is strictly a mole of photons, so you still have to account for the area and rate of...
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252 L/h x 0.9902 kg/L = 249.53 kg/h or 249 530 g/h while generating 1060kW
249 530 g/h / 1060 kW = 235.4 g/kWh...
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This problem is a terrible mishmash of Imperial and SI units. In Imperial, standard volumes are normally measured at 60 °F (15.56 °C) and in SI, at...
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Those bags seem tiny, are you sure they are not 0.5 cu ft ( a more typical size)?
14 ft³ x 1 bag.0.05 ft³ = 280 bags
But, I suspect...
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200 GSM is 200 g/m³ or 0.2 kg/m². If 1 dozen garments use 3.2 kg of fabric, that is 16 m². 45" is 1.143 m width, so 14 m length of fabric consumed,...
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