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Handbook of Compressed Gases

  • Compressed Gas Association

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Compressed Gases and Related Equipment

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 3-15
    3. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 40-49
    4. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 50-68
    5. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 69-80
    6. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 81-97
    7. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 98-116
    8. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 117-136
    9. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 198-220
  3. Compressed Gases and Gas Mixtures: Properties, Manufacture, Uses, and Special Requirements for Safe Handling

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 221-224
    2. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 225-233
    3. Air
      Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 234-240
    4. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 241-261
    5. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 262-267
    6. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 268-273
    7. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 274-279
    8. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 280-286
    9. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 287-294
    10. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 295-311
    11. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 312-317
    12. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 318-331
    13. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 332-337
    14. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 338-344
    15. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 345-350
    16. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 351-356
    17. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 357-363
    18. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 364-371
    19. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 372-407
    20. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 408-414
    21. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 415-427
    22. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 428-433
    23. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 434-440
    24. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 441-447
    25. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 448-456
    26. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 457-487
    27. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 488-492
    28. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 493-496
    29. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 497-508
    30. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 509-514
    31. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 515-522
    32. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 523-527
    33. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 528-534
    34. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 535-541
    35. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 542-547
    36. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 548-554
    37. Compressed Gas Association
      Pages 555-562

About this book

Introduction

In the field of compressed gases and related equipment, there is an expanding core of essential knowledge that people handling and using these materials should be familiar with or should know where to find. The focus ofthis book concerns the properties and the accepted means oftransportation, storage, and handlingofcompressed gases. This handbook is simultaneously intended as an overview ofthe subject and a source ofsupplementary information. It is also intended to serve as a guide to perti­ nent federal regulatory requirements and published standards of the Compressed Gas Association and other standards-developing organizations. The Association advises readers that the CGA technical publications remain the official statement ofpolicy on a particular matter. Reference is made throughout this text to the numerous technical publications published by the Compressed Gas Association. Some ofthese publications have been incorporated by reference into federal, state, provincial, and local regulations. Since the CGA publications are reviewed on a periodic basis, whenever the textofthis handbook conflicts with corresponding information in the CGA technical pamphlets, the most recently printed material shall take precedence.

Keywords

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  • Compressed Gas Association
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