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Posted by BoilingMan on November 13, 2003 at 06:05:31:
In Reply to: calculation of natural gas consupstion posted by zoom on November 12, 2003 at 10:13:45:
As you know, the gas is compressible substance.
Since your meter measures gas at LINE pressure, you need to convert your actual meter reading to Standard, witch is at Standard or BASE pressure ( 14,73 PSI ), using Correction factor.
To calculate Correction factor use a simple formula:
(P base + P line) / P base.
Example: Line pressure = 3 PSI
Base pressure = 14.73 PSI
Meter reading = 23468 cu.ft
(14.73 + 3) / 14.73 = 1.204
23468 x 1.204 = 28255.4 Standard Cu.ft
: after taking readings from main gas metre , we multyply this reading with a multiplying factor. my question is....................
: why we multiply readig of meter with this M.F?
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