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The 8051 microcontroller and embedded systems using assembly and c 2nd ed

The 8051 microcontroller and embedded systems using assembly and c 2nd ed
... University, TAIWAN MICROCONTROLLERS AND EMBEDDED PROCESSORS Microcontrollers for Embedded Systems An embedded product uses a microprocessor (or microcontroller) to one task and one task only There is only ... The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems Using Assembly and C Second Edition Muhammad Ali Mazidi Janice Gillispie Mazidi Rolin D McKinlay CONTENTS Introduction to Computing The 8051 Microcontrollers ... microprocessor for the embedded market, it optimizes the processor used for embedded systems Very often the terms embedded processor and microcontroller are used interchangeably Department of Computer...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 1 pps

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 1 pps
... Anti-Agglomerators, 10 7 CHAPTER S LTX Units and Line Heaters 10 9 LTX Units, 11 0 Line Heaters, 11 2 Heat Duty, 11 3 Fire-Tube Size, 11 5 Coil Sizing, 11 6 Choose Temperatures 11 6, Choose Coil Diameter 11 7, Choose ... Operations Design of Gas-Handing Systems and Facilities Ken Arnold Maurice Stewart SECOND EDITION Surface Production Operations VOLUME Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities Copyright © 19 89, 19 99 ... Thickness 11 8, Coil Lengths 11 9 Standard Size Line Heaters, 12 0 Line Heater Design Example Problem, 12 2 CHAPTER Condensate Stabilization Partial Pressures, 13 1 Multistage Separation, 13 1 Multiple...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 2 doc

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 2 doc
... 26 27 18 20 22 24 16 18 20 22 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 028 022 018 016 049 035 , 028 022 065 09 035 028 10 9 095 083 0 72 065 058 09 0 42 035 ,13 4 ... 0 .11 15 0 . 12 95 2. 0393 1. 99 02 1. 9 428 1. 89 72 1. 85 31 20 4 98 20 4 ,67 2. 0360 20 8 07 9 826 60 70 80 90 10 0 11 09.5 11 13.7 11 17.9 11 22 ,0 11 26 .1 0 .14 71 0 .16 45 0 .18 16 0 ,19 84 0. 21 4 9 1. 810 6 1. 7694 1. 729 6 1. 6 910 ... 327 2 327 2 327 2 327 2 327 2 327 2 327 2 327 2 327 2 327 2 3 927 3 927 3 927 3 927 523 6 523 6 523 6 523 6 Ft2 Internal Surface Per Ft Length 23 61 24 35 ,23 30 24 09 25 71 26 44 27 02 2775 2, 838 29 32 3 016 3089 322 5...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 3 pps

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 3 pps
... psia at Boiling Point, Btu/lb 219 .22 210 . 41 1 83. 05 16 5.65 15 7. 53 15 3. 59 14 7 . 13 14 3. 95 13 6. 01 129. 53 12 3. 76 11 8.68 40 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Natural Gas Sensible Heat Duty ... 672.6 34 3 .37 16 .0 43 667.8 707.0 30 .070 550.09 44.097 616 .3 666. 01 734 .98 529 58 .12 4 58 .12 4 550.7 765.65 490.4 72 .15 1 829 ,10 488.6 845.70 72 .15 1 86 .17 8 9 13 .70 436 .9 30 4 14 7 11 12.0 19 .48 37 4.6 680.5 ... 4. 03 1. 44 0.0 019 85.55 5.74 1. 79 0. 41 0. 41 0.20 0 . 13 0 .15 0 .15 10 0.00 Sum (Aj) B Molecular Weight C Critical Temp °R D Critical psia 547.87 10 71. 0 44. 010 4 93. 0 28. 0 13 227 .3 34.076 10 36 .0 672.6 34 3 .37 ...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 4 pdf

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 4 pdf
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 5 pps

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 5 pps
... 60 .10 62.07 76 .10 10 6 .10 2,3 35 2,3 35 2,3 35 2,200 3 ,59 0 4,370 10 6 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Water content (8,000 psig and 224°F)= 230 Ib/MMscf Water content (4,000 psig and 65 F) ... 0.3 0.000 019 0. 855 5 Methane 0. 95 Ethane 0. 057 4 0.72 0. 017 9 Propane 0. 25 Isobutane 0.00 41 0 . 15 0.72 0.00 41 n-Butane Infinity Pentane "1" 0.0063 1. 0000 Total Interpolating linearly, Y/K =1. 0at74 ]F ... 0. 81 0. 05 0.00 0. 01 0.00 0.00 0.87 0 .5 05 1. 22 Infinity 0.6 1. 22 Infinity Figure 4 -5 Approximate hydrate temperature formation (Courtesy of Smith Industries, Inc.) 10 0 Design of GAS-HANDLINCr Systems...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 6 potx

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 6 potx
... T6" 1O-3"XXH 68 *0 31. 4 17 3 .1 28.0 7*78 3,000.000 60 "x20'0f 1 -2"XH 3440 7B.7 311 51. 8 10 ,11 0 2,000.000 eO^iWO" ie-2-xxn 7340 580 311 51. 8 11 . 360 7.000.000 60 "x20'0" 10 -3"XM 3200 66 .9 19 8 .1 51. 2 ... S3.B 70.9 10 .3 3. 61 6 1. 000.000 42" » 1, 000.000 42" « 1, 000.000 42"* 1, 000,000 42" x 4'«" 1. 500.000 48" * 7 '6" 1, 500.000 4'4" »2-2"XH 3440 93.4 16 6 17 .9 4. 060 4'4" 12 -r'XXH 7340 85.9 16 6 17 .9 4,725 ... 5OO.OOO r -6" tar-tr 10 " S'-O" V-9" r-er 11 / 16 " 790,000 y-tr \r-tr 12 " S'-O" r-r r-io" 11 / 16 " ,OOO OOO S-.8" 14 *-4" r-2- 11 '*" ,500.000 0" 17 6" 1' -4" ir -6" yjyy-tr 3.000,000 s-vr W-0" r-8" 12 ' -6" 4'...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 7 ppsx

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 7 ppsx
... 0.00 013 Parts per Million by Volume Grains per lOOscf* 0 .13 0.008 0 .18 Milligrams per m3* 0,0 01 10 0.63 14 . 41 0,005 50 3 .15 72 . 07 0. 01 100 6.30 14 4 .14 0.02 200 12 .59 288.06 0.05 500 31. 49 72 0.49 ... threat*Reviewed for the 19 99 edition by K S Chiou of Paragon Engineering Services, Inc 15 1 15 2 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Table 7 -1 Physiological Effects of H2S Concentrations ... Edition.) 14 0 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Table 6 -1 Vapor Pressure and Relative Volatility of Various Components Component C, c> C3 i-C4 n-C4 i-C5 n-C5 Q" C7+ CO2 N, H7S Vapor...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 8 doc

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 8 doc
... process is best suited for wet gas streams of 0.5 -15 MMscfd containing less than 10 0 ppm H2S 1 78 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities The advantages of amine-aldehyde condensates are water ... in the rich 16 8 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Figure 7-5 Hot carbonate system for gas sweetening stream The high temperature of the system increases the solubility of KHCC>3, but ... flow diagram of the Claus® process The first stage of the process converts H2S to sulfur dioxide and Figure 7-7 Two-stage Claus process plant 17 4 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 9 pdf

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 9 pdf
... from 16 .8 in to 37.6 in is acceptable Choose a cycle time for one month: Assume Fe = Ib/Bu and rearrange: 19 1 19 2 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities ci in 18 20 22 24 30 36 H _ft_ 1. 9. 2 ... and 390 °F to minimize degradation of the glycol This effectively limits the lean glycol concentration to between 98 .5% and 98 .9% 210 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Figure 8 -11 ... 3,000 psia and a temperature of 15 0°R From Figure 8 -1 at a temperature of 15 0°F and pressure of 3,000 psia there is 10 4 Ib of water per MMscf of wet gas The correction for salinity is 0 .93 and for...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 10 pdf

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 1 Part 10 pdf
... 212 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Figure 8 -12 Effect of stripping gas on glyco! concentration dehydrators are designed for approximately three gallons of glycol per pound of ... (Volume 1, Chapter 4) This is: Gas Dehydration 215 Figure 8 -15 Various types of packing (Courtesy: McGraw-Hill Book Company.} 216 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Figure 8 -16 Glycol ... sc f/gal 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 10 00 11 00 12 00 13 00 14 00 15 00 1. 7 2.3 2.8 3.4 3.9 4.5 5.0 5.6 6 .1 6.7 7.2 7.9 8.3 Contactor Operating Pressure EXAMPLE 8 -1: GLYCOL DEHYDRATION Problem: Calculate...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 2 Part 1 docx

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 2 Part 1 docx
... 36.4 31. 8 27 .7 0. 12 1 3 0 .16 86 0 .19 15 0 .20 54 0 .1 820 0 .25 29 0 .28 72 0.30 81 25 2 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities Table 9-4 Typical Fractionator-Absorber/Slripper Design Number of Trays ... Number 20 0 -11 00 24 -30 20 -50 450-600 20 -30 20 -50 17 5-300 85 -16 0 24 -30 2- 60 20 -50 16 -60 550-650 350-500 20 0-300 70 -10 0 14 -30 10 -70 17 -70 18 -70 26 -30 20 -70 18 -70 15 -70 towers packing is used instead of ... Pressure ! 34 30 26 22 18 14 10 Grade 34 -25 Grade 30 -25 Grade 26 -25 Grade 22 -25 Grade 18 -25 Grade 14 -25 40 i Grade 34-40 Grade 30-40 Grade 26 -40 Grade 22 -40 Grade 18 -40 Grade 14 -40 55 i Grade...
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ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 2 Part 2 pps

ARNOLD, K. (1999). Design of Gas-Handling Systems and Facilities (2nd ed.) Episode 2 Part 2 pps
... Selection Alternate 100 2. 0 4,400 Centrifugal Integral (onshore only) 10 20 2. 0 2. 7 2, 7 ! 3 440 980 3, 920 High Speed High Speed Centrifugal 100 2 2.7 2. 0 2. 0 2. 0 2 19,6 02 88 190 380 Centrifugal ... consideration of the advantages and disadvantages listed earlier In addition, local foundation conditions, type of drivers available, cost of fuel, availability of spare 27 2 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems ... centrifugal compressor (top) and vertically split centrifugal compressor, barrel (bottom) {Courtesy of Dresser-Rand Company.) 26 9 27 0 Design of GAS-HANDLING Systems and Facilities efficiently This...
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