SS-EN-ISO-6570 › Natural gas - Determination of potential hydrocarbon liquid content - Gravimetric methods (ISO 6570:2001)
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This International Standard describes the principles of, and general requirements for, two gravimetric methods for the determination of the potential hydrocarbon liquid content of natural gas, or similar gas, at a given pressure and temperature. Two methods are specified in this International Standard to determine the amount of condensate in a sample gas: -- Method A: a manual weighing method; -- Method B: an indirect automatic weighing method based on the indication of the pressure difference caused by the accumulation of condensate in a vertical tube. The manual weighing method is a reference method for the indirect automatic method (Method B). The indirect automatic method (Method B) is suitable for semi-continuous control. NOTE Unless otherwise specified, gas volumes are in cubic metres at 273,15 K and 101,325 kPa.
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SS-EN ISO 6570:2004
Oct. 1, 2004
EN ISO 6570:2004(IDT); ISO 6570:2001(IDT)