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The temperature at which the condensing gas is returned to a liquid at the same pressure.



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FLASH PROCESS

Liquid-vapor system in which the composition remains constant, but the proportion of gas and liquid phases changes as pressure or temperature change.

AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE

The lowest temperature to which a liquid or gas requires to be raised to cause self-sustained spontaneous combustion without ignition by a spark or flame.

PERMANENT GAS

A gas at a pressure and temperature far from its liquid state.

DEW-POINT PRESSURE

The gas pressure at which a system is at its dew point, that is, the conditions of gas temperature and pressure at which the first dew or liquid phase occurs.

BTU (BRITISH THERMAL UNIT)

A standard measure of energy in the British unit system. 1 Btu is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a liquid by 1 degree.

BASKET STRAINER

A porous-sided or screen-covered vessel used to screen solid particles out of liquid or gas streams.

VACUUM SEPARATOR

A separator that utilizes subatmospheric pressure to remove certain gases and liquids from another liquid because of their difference in vapor pressure.

VOLATILITY

This property describes the degree and rate at which a liquid will vaporize under given conditions of temperature and pressure. When liquid stability changes, this property is often reduced in value.

LOW-TEMPERATURE SEPARATION

Liquid condensate recovery from wet gases at temperatures of 20 to 20 F ( 6.7 to 28.9 C), the temperature range at which the gas-oil separator operates.

GAY-LUSSACS LAW

At constant pressure the volume of gas is directly proportional to its absolute temperature.

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