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General description

Natrual gas is comprised of hydrocarbons and non-flameable components (nitrogen and carbon dioxide) as well as methane (90%) and ethane (1-6%). Although natural gas is in essence odorless, the final product is odorized and upon delivery into the distribution system undergoes a process of drying, cleaning and chemical enhancement.

Definition:

Heat of combustion is an important parameter, which helps us convert units of volume into units of energy. Heat of combustion is the amount of heat that is released by the complete burning of natural gas under normal conditions (absolute pressure 101,325 kPa and a temperature of 15 °C), while the resulting combustion gases are cooled to the initial temperature and the water from the combustion gases is in liquid state (presented in kWh/m3 or in MJ/m3).

1 kWh = 3,6 MJ is equal to 1 MJ = 0,2778 kWh (1 W = J/s; 1Ws = J; 3600 J = Wh; 3,6 MJ = 1 kWh)

The concept heat of combustion represents the heat that is reduced of vaporized water that was created during the process of burning.

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