Gas Pipeline Compression System Design


Gas pipelines have the distinct advantage that gas is compressible and the higher the pressure, the more gas can be transported. In other words, the mass flow (or number of molecules) is what is important. Depending on the source of supply, compression may first have to be compressed up to a favorable main pipeline pressure.

3.1Gas Pipeline Design
3.2Compressor Station Configuration
3.3Station Layout and Facilities

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