permanent gas

permanent gas

[′pər·mə·nənt ′gas]
(thermodynamics)
A gas at a pressure and temperature far from its liquid state.
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With these, all available power plants in the country today are connected to permanent gas supply pipelines,' he said.
Portable cryogenic medical gas containers that are not manufactured with permanent gas use outlet connections (e.g., those that have been silver-brazed) must have gas-specific use outlet connections that are attached to the valve body so that they cannot be readily removed or replaced (without making the valve inoperable and preventing the containers' use) except by the manufacturer.
Chemical engineer Audrey Mascarenhas, president and CEO of Calgary-based Questor Technology, says her company uses high-efficiency mobile and permanent gas incinerators that destroy C[H.sub.4], along with noxious and toxic hydrocarbon gases like benzene, toluene and xylenes.
The syndicated facility will finance the construction of an ethylene and butadiene plant, a polyethylene plant, and a permanent gas fired power plant, all equipped with the latest eco-friendly technology to ensure zero discharge of industrial wastewater outside the complex, according to Afreximbank.
He was then appointed as a permanent gas tter in 2007 before being promoted to the position of chargehand in 2014.
They have yet to be moved back almost a month on, as work to put a permanent gas supply in place continues.
Analysts expect the company to continue to face financial challenges until a permanent gas solution to ENGRO's new fertilizer plant is found.
At cryogenic temperatures, heat release from a so-called permanent gas by phase change is possible, so a counter example to my oft-repeated point is provided.
The cost of pad gas (the amount of permanent gas required to keep a cavern operable) is lower now, but we have seen increases in the costs for labor and materials that could increase the overall construction cost by another 10-20%.
Due to the coupling effect, the [E.sub.p] of permanent gas in the same mixture is affected by total feed hydrocarbon concentration at varying operating temperatures to a different extent.
"Consumer reaction is not instantaneous," and it can take six months or more to discern the real consumer impact of something such as permanent gas price hikes.
Dominated by the concentrations of oxygen and nitrogen, we can think of ambient air as a permanent gas. Using the fundamental relationship Q (gas load) = S (pumping speed) x P (pressure), we can easily see that the gas load will be determined by the volume of the chamber to be evacuated, and that the gas load will become smaller as the chamber is evacuated.

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