May 2005


Calculate hydrocarbon dew point for natural gas

Using this methodology can save costs and time

ZAHEER AKHTAR, Bechtel Power Corp., Frederick, Maryland       Comments? Write: Calculating the hydrocarbon dew point (HDP) for natural gas (NG) is repetitive in nature. Generally, it requires using commercial software that is expensive and often not readily available. Even when software is available within a company, the licensing agreements can sometimes be so cost prohibitive that only a few individuals may be authorized to use it. The following methodology uses a spreadsheet program on a PC.

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