Natural Gas : Physical Properties and Combustion Features

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Corre, Olivier Le; Loubar, Khaled;
(2010)
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The actual composition of natural gas depends primarily on the production field from which it is extracted and limited variations in composition must therefore be accepted. Moreover, at a local distribution level, seasonal adjustments by the local gas distributor may ca... View more
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