Petroleum Lab

Table

Gross Heating Value Net Heating Value
1 Methane 1012 911
2 Ethane 1783 1631
3 Propane 2557 2353
4 isobutane 3354 3094
5 n-butane 3369 3101
6 isopentane 4001 3698
7 n-pentane 4009 3709
8 Neopentane 3987 3685
9 n-hexane 4755.9 4403.8
10 2-Methylpentane 4747.3 4395.2
11 3-Methylpentane 4750.3 4398.2
12 Neohexane 4736.2 4384
13 2,3-Dimethylbutane 4745 4392.9
14 n-heptane 5502.5 5100
15 2-Methylhexane 5494.6 5092.2
16 3-Methylhexane 5498.6 5096
17 3-Ethylpentane 5500.7 5098.3
18 2,2-Dimethylpentane 5481.9 5079.6
19 2,4-Dimethylpentane 5486.7 5084.2
20 3,3-Dimethylpentane 5488.8 5086.4
21 Triptane 5483.5 5081.2
22 n-octane 6248.9 5796.1
23 Dilsobutyl 6233.5 5780.5
24 Isooctane 6231.7 5778.8
25 n-Nonane 6996.5 6493.2
26 n-Decane 7742.9 7189.6
27 Cyclopentane 3763.7 3512.1
28 Methylcyclopentane 4501.2 4199.4
29 Cyclohexane 4481.7 4179.7
30 Methylcyclohexane 5215.9 4863.6
31 Ethene (Ethylene) 1599.8 1499.1
32 Propene (Propylene) 2332.7 2181.8
33 1-Butene (Butylene) 3079.9 2878.7
34 cio-2-Butene 3072.2 2871
35 trans-2-butene 3068 2866.8
36 isobutene 3061.1 2859.9
37 1-pentene 3826.5 3575
38 1,2-Butadiene 2939.9 2789
39 1,3-Butadiene 2879.9 2729
40 Isoprene 3612.1 3410.8
41 Acetylene 1475.5 1423.2
42 Benzene 3741.8 3590.9
43 Toluene 4475 4273.6
44 Ethylbenzene 5222.2 4970.5
45 o-Xylene 5209.9 4958.2
46 m-Xylene 5207.9 4956.3
47 p-xylene 5208.8 4957.1
48 Styrene 5031.1 4829.8
49 Isopropylbenzene 5962.8 5660.9
50 Methyl alcohol 866.7 766.1
51 Ethyl alcohol 1599.1 1448.1
52 Carbon monoxide 320.5 320.5
53 Carbon dioxide 0 0
54 Hydrogen sulfide 637.1 586.8
55 Sulfur dioxide 0 0
56 Ammonia 434.4 359
57 Air 0 0
58 Hydrogen 324.2 273.8
59 Oxygen 0 0
60 Nitrogen 0 0
61 Chlorine 0 0
62 Water 0 0
63 Helium 0 0
64 Hydrogen chloride 0 0

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Gas Composition
No ID Component Gross Heating Value Net Heating Value Before CO2 removal After CO2 removal
Btu/scf Btu/scf Mol% Mol%
1 53 Carbon dioxide 0 0 15.00
pratih: PetroGoodies.com: 1. Input gas composition from PVT analysis. This column should add up to 100%.
2 60 Nitrogen 0 0 0.09 0.11
3 1 Methane 1012 911 80.27 94.44
4 2 Ethane 1783 1631 2.56 3.01
5 3 Propane 2557 2353 1.00 1.18
6 4 isobutane 3354 3094 0.28 0.33
7 5 n-butane 3369 3101 0.29 0.34
8 6 isopentane 4001 3698 0.34 0.40
9 7 n-pentane 4009 3709 0.11 0.13
10 9 n-hexane 4756 4404 0.06 0.07
11 28 Methylcyclopentane 4501 4199 0.00 0.00
12 42 Benzene 3742 3591 0.00 0.00
13 29 Cyclohexane 4482 4180 0.00 0.00
14 14 n-heptane 5503 5100 0.00 0.00
15 30 Methylcyclohexane 5216 4864 0.00 0.00
16 43 Toluene 4475 4274 0.00 0.00
17 22 n-octane 6249 5796 0.00 0.00
18 46 m-Xylene 5208 4956 0.00 0.00
19 25 n-Nonane 6997 6493 0.00 0.00
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GHV 923.58 1086.56
pratih: PetroGoodies.com 3. Your new heating value changes as you change CO2 input.
pratih: PetroGoodies.com: 1. Input gas composition from PVT analysis. This column should add up to 100%. pratih: PetroGoodies.com: 2. Change CO2 % as needed, i.e. as per gas sales specification. NHV 833.49 980.58

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