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Question
Please convert 1 kg (mass) of Liquid LPG into Ltrs (volume) of LPG Vapor.
 Question Submitted By :: Chemical-Engineering
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Answer
# 1
Density of LPG = 0.55gm/cc
now m = 1kg = 1000gm
now volume = 1000/.55=1818.18 cc = 1818.18/1000 Ltr
= 1.81ltr

therefore, 1kg of LPG = 1.81 Ltrs.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    32 Yes 19 No
Kaushik
 
Answer
# 2
From the previous equation we now Know that 1kg of liqid
LPG has a volume 1.81 Ltrs. If 1cubic meter is 1000 ltrs
then we have 1.81/ 1000 = 0.00181 cubic meters of liquid
LPG. If LPG has an expansion rate from liquid to vapour @30
degrees c @ atmospheric pressure of 270, then 0.00181*270 =
0.4887 cubic meters @ 30 degrees c @ atmospheric pressure
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    14 Yes 3 No
Robert Clark
 
 
 

 
 
 
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