Novel Heat Exchanger Increases Cascade Cycle Efficiency for Natural Gas Liquefaction
Liquefaction of natural gas in large scale production facilities has become an accepted, competitive method for supplying fuel to energy-short areas within the past ten years. To reach attractive laid-down cost levels, the gas must be liquefied, shipped, and stored on a vast scale requiring investments of several hundred million dollars.
KeywordsFatigue Methane Steam Toluene Hydrocarbon
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