Isothermal compression promises to reduce energy consumption and reduce the cost of gas compression in a range of applications including CNG fueling, vent gas recovery and CNG compression station.
JOSHUA BRINKERHOFF, Assistant Professor
School of Engineering, UBC-O
System Simulation Modeling
Vehicles and vessels fuelled with natural gas need to be kept safe in the...
Eliminating fugitive methane emissions and reducing the cost of LNG storage...
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