By T. M. Flynn, C. N. Smith (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)
1971 marked the 1st yr seeing that 1956 that the once a year Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be no longer held. as an alternative, the Cryogenic Engineering convention gave its complete help to the XIII overseas Congress of Refrigeration by means of operating with Commissions I and II of the overseas Institute of Refrigeration to arrange the cryogenic classes for those commissions. all the papers offered on the foreign Congress of Refrigeration could be released by means of the IIR as a part of the court cases of that assembly. although no Cryogenic Engineering convention was once held in 1971, it grew to become fairly obtrusive to the convention Board that there have been adequate advances in cryogenic engineering to warrant the ebook of quantity 17 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. quantity 17 offers the advances during this very important box by way of bringing jointly in a single quantity a number of the major papers which have been awarded at quite a few technical conferences around the kingdom in the course of the latter half 1970 and the 1st a part of 1971. furthermore, numerous authoritative assessment papers were ready via invitation of the Cryogenic Engineering convention Board.
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The LNG is next expanded into a phase separator to an intermediate pressure. The flash vapor passes back through the three-fluid heat exchanger, while the liquid is subcooled by the returning vapor from the liquid receiver. The subcooled LNG is expanded through an expansion valve into the liquid receiver. The propane circuit involves a two-stage compression to approximately 200 psia. The propane is liquefied in a three-fluid heat exchanger by the return cold gas. The subcooled propane is expanded through an expansion valve and cools the incoming natural gas in the first heat exchanger.
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