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DEVELOPING GAS-TO-LIQUIDS IN NIGERIA: UTILIZING THE NATION’S ABUNDANT GAS RESERVES By Chidi Amaechina
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Nigeria has a large natural gas reserve in excess of 182 Tcf of proved reserve and produces about 2Tcf annually. Currently, about 50% of this volume produced is being flared. Converting natural gas... More > into liquid fuels using GTL technology is an attractive option for Nigeria to commercialise its abundant gas reserves and reduce gas flaring. GTL has the additional benefit of potentially lowering the imports of diesel and LPG’s in the process thus earning and saving substantial amounts of hard currency.< Less
Shale Gas: The Promise and the Peril By Vikram Rao
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Shale gas has the potential to transform the U.S. energy-based economy in the electricity, transportation, and chemical sectors. U.S. success can be expected to translate to Europe and other parts of... More > the world. Shale gas production is uniquely enabled by hydraulic fracturing, a technique that has come under heavy scrutiny for its potential to cause environmental damage. In this book, Vikram Rao addresses the issues surrounding shale gas in a balanced fashion. The book is intended to inform both sides of the fracturing debate, where currently rhetoric is overtaking understanding. Tailored for a nontechnical audience—with technical chemistry and geology information couched in sidebars—the book culminates in suggestions for research and guidance for policy making.< Less
Explore Solids and Liquids! With 25 Great Projects By Kathleen Reilly
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For a kid, watching a solid turn into a liquid or a liquid turn into a gas is nothing short of magic. In Explore Solids and Liquids! With 25 Great Projects kids experience the wonder of different... More > states of matter. They’ll learn what matter is made of, how it can change, and how these interactions really work in our universe. With plenty of activities and projects, young readers gain a solid understanding of the matter they touch, see, feel, and experience every single day. As young readers discover the basic concepts and vocabulary of chemistry, they will experiment with household objects to discover how solids, liquids, and gases occupy space. Kids will dissolve solids into liquids and bring them back again, use salt and pepper to demonstrate water’s surface tension, and fly helium-filled balloons to see what happens to molecules at different temperatures. Illustrated with cartoon illustrations and filled with fun facts, Explore Solids and Liquids! makes science entertaining and exciting.< Less
Air Standard Analysis for Internal Combustion Engines By Homework Help Classof1
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Air-standard analysis treats the fluid flow through the entire engine as air and approxi¬mates air as an ideal gas. In a real engine inlet flow may be all air, or it may be mixed, up with 7%... More > fuel, either gaseous or as liquid droplets, or both. In air-standard analysis, even if all fluid in an engine cycle were air, some error would be introduced by assuming it to be an ideal gas with constant specific heats. At the low pressures of inlet and exhaust, air can accurately be treated as an ideal gas, but at the higher pressures during combustion, air will deviate from ideal gas behavior.< Less
Our New Solar System: A Puppet Show. By Jennifer Lawson
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A Children's guide to our new Solar System, by two funny and adorable alien puppets. New discoveries about our favorite planets, and our new five neighboring dwarf planets.
Our New Solar System: A Puppet Show. By Jennifer Lawson
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A Children's guide to our new Solar System, by two funny and adorable alien puppets. New discoveries about our favorite planets, and our new five neighboring dwarf planets.
Design: Petroleum Fuel Facilities - Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) By Naval Facilities Engineering Command, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency
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This guidance is for individual project planning and for preparing engineering and construction documentation. Basic guidance is provided to professional facility planners, engineers, and architects... More > for use in designing liquid fueling and dispensing facilities, liquefied petroleum gas facilities, and compressed natural gas facilities. Included are basic requirements for the design of fueling systems; the design of receiving, dispensing, and storage facilities; ballast treatment and sludge removal; corrosion and fire protection; and environmental requirements.< Less
Infinity: Circle Triangle Square By Bonnie Blake-Drucker
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In the Kyoto Temple of Kennin-ji there is a calligraphy of a circle square and triangle bye Sengai Gibon called "Infinity." The concept being that the world is made up of these shapes. ... More > Many religions use these three symbols for truth/virtue/will, or mission/life/destiny, solid/gas/liquid. I see the shapes in the world of details I photograph. All the photos are from Kyoto Japan except the cover which was shot in Oakland, California .< Less
THE KABBALAH OF PRAYER By Ken Nunoo
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The Kabbalah of prayer is an effective way of praying with the Hebrew names of God to gain quick results. In this book we will examine various techniques of prayer to summon elemental spirits,... More > angels, and communicate with God. This method uses the formula of the hexagram of uniting the three powers of mind, soul, and spirit that represent the triangle pointing downwards with the three main forms of matter which: are gas, liquids and solids representing the upper triangle of the hexagram.< Less
SF5 Bugs in the System By Bill Logan
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“Venturi is a gas giant – a huge ball of gas that tried to be a star, but never quite made it. Now it just moans and grumbles and throws out magnetic storms once in a while. The... More > atmosphere would suffocate you except that you’d probably freeze first, or be torn apart by the thousand kilometer an hour winds. You can’t even land there because it hasn’t got a surface, not unless you count an ocean of liquid hydrogen. “But, we didn’t let that stop us, not while there were all kinds of valuable chemicals swirling around in that gas-ball. That’s where the Jetson extraction platform comes in. It bobs around like a cork in the upper atmosphere, sucking in gas and distilling out the good stuff. Trouble is, there’s something very wrong down there. I don’t know what it is, but it’s already cost eight good crewmen. “Are you really sure you want this job?”< Less