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Proc. ASME. IJPGC2002, 2002 International Joint Power Generation Conference, 651-658, June 24–26, 2002
Paper No: IJPGC2002-26036
... the hydrocarbon or moisture dew point, condensation will take place and liquids will collect or will be entrained with the gas. The temperature drop is inversely proportional to the pressure drop and is often termed ‘Joule-Thomson cooling’ or ‘J-T cooling’. The rate of cooling is described by the Joule-Thomson...