Gypsy Oil Co. wells


One of the most significant problems with sorbent sampling is the limited capacity of the sorbent to retain gaseous analytes. If a sorbent s capacity is exceeded before sampling is complete then a portion of the analyte will pass through the canister without being retained, making an accurate determination of its concentration impossible. For this reason it is not uncommon to place a second sorbent canister downstream from the first. If the analyte is not detected in the second canister, then it is safe to assume that the first canister s capacity has not been exceeded. The volume of gas that can be sampled before exceeding the sorbent s capacity is called the breakthrough volume and is normally reported with units of rv l(gpack)> where gpack is the grams of sorbent.  [c.196]

T. J. Schriber, Simulation Using GPSS, John Wiley Sons, Inc., New York, 1974.  [c.69]

One of the most significant problems with sorbent sampling is the limited capacity of the sorbent to retain gaseous analytes. If a sorbent s capacity is exceeded before sampling is complete then a portion of the analyte will pass through the canister without being retained, making an accurate determination of its concentration impossible. For this reason it is not uncommon to place a second sorbent canister downstream from the first. If the analyte is not detected in the second canister, then it is safe to assume that the first canister s capacity has not been exceeded. The volume of gas that can be sampled before exceeding the sorbent s capacity is called the breakthrough volume and is normally reported with units of m3/(gpack)i where gpack is the grams of sorbent.  [c.196]

The author rated the tower and then used the GPSA nomograph in the previous section titled Performance to determine the next summer s maximum cold water temperature. When the author proudly presented the results the operation people, of course, then asked, Will the plant run at necessary production at your calculated cold water temperature  [c.158]

The following problem discussions for safety relief valves from the GPSA data book will provide understanding of the mechanisms for the operating engineer.  [c.318]

Dichlorophenoxy)acetate (2,4-D) is widely used as a broad-leaf herbicide, DDT was widely used as an insecticide, and hexachlorophene has been widely used as a germicide. Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were sold with varying levels of chlorination for a range of purposes. They ranged from light oily fluids (with two, three, or four chlorines) to viscous oils (five chlorines) to greases and waxes (six or more chlorines), and their names indicated the level of chlorination. Thus Aroclor 1242 (trademark of Monsanto, U.S.), Clophen A30 (trademark of Earbenfabriken Bayer AG, Germany) and Kanechlor 300 (trademark of Kane-gafuchi Chemical Industries, Japan) all contained 42% chlorine by weight, and an average of three chlorines per biphenyl. An important property shared by all these compounds is their relative resistance to biodegradation, so at first glance they may not seem a good target for bioremediation. Indeed complex halogenated organic compounds were widely thought to be almost exclusively anthropogenic in origin, so that there would have been Httie time for biodegradation pathways to evolve. This view is being corrected, for in fact a variety of organisms, particularly marine algae and some fungi, produce significant quantities of these compounds (34). There is, thus, good reason to expect that halogenated-organic degrading organisms will be found in the biosphere, and this has been borne out in practice.  [c.32]


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