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Method and means for determining heat quantities

Patent:

Abstract

To determine the quantity of potential heat W that has flowed past a certain point in a certain time, the velocity of the combustible Q, the temperature T, and the specific gravity YDTU are measured, and these values are transmitted to a computer which automatically calculates the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ in which delta T is the difference between the combustible temperature T and a reference temperature, and in which the relation f(YDTU, delta T) represents the heat of combustion as a function of the quantities YDTU and delta T and possibly other properties of the combustible. Alternatively the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ may be measured; here the quantities have the same meaning as above.
Publication Date:
Aug 24, 1965
Product Type:
Patent
Reference Number:
EDB-81-108992
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; HEAT TRANSFER; CALCULATION METHODS; COMBUSTION; COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION; DENSITY; DIFFUSION; THERMAL RECOVERY; VELOCITY; CHEMICAL REACTIONS; ENERGY TRANSFER; ENHANCED RECOVERY; OXIDATION; PHYSICAL PROPERTIES; RECOVERY; SIMULATION; THERMOCHEMICAL PROCESSES; 020300* - Petroleum- Drilling & Production
OSTI ID:
6176518
Country of Origin:
Venezuela
Language:
Spanish
Submitting Site:
TUL
Size:
Pages: v
Announcement Date:
Jul 01, 1980

Patent:

Citation Formats

Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, and Bijl, A. Method and means for determining heat quantities. Venezuela: N. p., 1965. Web.
Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, & Bijl, A. Method and means for determining heat quantities. Venezuela.
Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, and Bijl, A. 1965. "Method and means for determining heat quantities." Venezuela.
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title = {Method and means for determining heat quantities}
author = {Waasdorp, G G, de Jong, J J, and Bijl, A}
abstractNote = {To determine the quantity of potential heat W that has flowed past a certain point in a certain time, the velocity of the combustible Q, the temperature T, and the specific gravity YDTU are measured, and these values are transmitted to a computer which automatically calculates the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ in which delta T is the difference between the combustible temperature T and a reference temperature, and in which the relation f(YDTU, delta T) represents the heat of combustion as a function of the quantities YDTU and delta T and possibly other properties of the combustible. Alternatively the quantity: ..pi..EQUATION/sup -/ may be measured; here the quantities have the same meaning as above.}
place = {Venezuela}
year = {1965}
month = {Aug}
}