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APPENDIX X

TABLE 4

HEAT CAPACITY OF AIR SUPPLIES AND GAS. POINTS FOR CURVES AND TO
BE USED IN SPOTTING THE INTERSECTIONS JNDICATING THE EFFECTS
OF PREHEAT

This particular producer gas is rather high in CH4 which will have a
tendency to dissociate at high temperatures. This has not been considered
in order to find the limiting combustion conditions due to air supply.

HEAT CAPACITY OF AIR SUPPLY

Temper-tares, Per Cent.
	Vol.
	200
	400
	600
	800
	1000
	1200
	Reference Letters Table 5

Air    60
 ~80
	98.55
	137
	278
	425
	573
	732
	893
	D II K L M N P 0 R S

	131.40
	183
	371
	566
	765
	976
	1189
	
100
	164.25
	228
	463
	708
	956
	1220
	1486
	
120
	197.10
	274
	556
	850
	1147
	1464
	1784
	
140
	229.95
	320
	648
	991
	1338
	1708
	2081
	
180 260
	295.65
	411 594
	834 1204
	1274
	1721
	2197
	2676
	
	427.05
			1840
	2485
	3173
	3865
	
340
	558.45
	776
	1575
	2407
	3251
	4149
	
	
420 500~
	689.85
	959
	1945
	2973
	4015
	5126
	
	
	821 . 25
	1140
	2S21
	3535
	4774
	6094
	
	
HEAT CAPACITY OF GAS
								
N2 +
	90.00
	125
	263
	368
	525
	669
	814
	

C02
	3.90
	7
	16
	25
	35
	48
	61
	

H2O
	0.60
	1
	2
	4
	5
	7
	8
	

CH4
	5.50
	12
	27
	44
	63
	87
	.112
	

S
	
	145
	308
	441
	623
	811
	995
	B