The difference between the two heating values ... 10% and 7% respectively, and
for natural gas about 11%.
Combustion and heating values of fuel gases - acetylene, blast furnace gas,
ethane, biogas and more - Gross and Net values. ... Natural Gas (typical), 950 -
1,150, 19,500 - 22,500, 850 - 1,050, 17,500 - 22,000. Octane saturated with water
Heat Content of Natural Gas Consumed. (Btu per Cubic Foot). Data Series:
Delivered to Consumers, Total Consumption, Electric Power, Other Sectors.
You can use this calculator to obtain the heating value of a given mass or volume
of hydrogen or other fuels, or to calculate the mass or volume given a certain ...
The heating value of a substance is the energy released upon combustion of a
substance at standard conditions. The heating value can be measured as energy
Mar 5, 2010 ... Heat Values of various fuels allowing comparison of different forms of energy. ...
Natural gas (UK, USA, Australia), 38-39 MJ/m3, 76, 51 g/MJ.
FortisBC uses the Higher Heating Value (HHV) of the natural gas in the
conversion formula. The Higher Heating Value (HHV) can be defined as the total
Dec 18, 2014 ... The higher heating value (HHV) is measured using a bomb calorimeter; ... Thus
natural gas has a large difference between the HHV and LHV.
Feb 18, 2004 ... Interchangeability with Domestic Natural Gas .... of gas comprised of hydrocarbon
components determines the heating value of the gas.
Table 1: Higher Heating Value (HHV) Of Various Common ... Natural gas, after
removal of impurities and ...