ppmv


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ppmv

abbr.
parts per million by volume
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2] observados fueron de 0,6 a 4,1 ppmV en el ano 2000, 0,4 a 1910 ppmV en el ano 2001, y 0,8 a 7059 ppmV en el ano 2002.
Alternatively, outlet concentrations of less than 20 ppmv for total hydrocarbon or 1 ppmv (if > 10 ppmv uncontrolled) for methanol or formaldehyde are acceptable.
3 ppmv during 2013, contrasting the increases seen in the tropics and Northern Hemisphere.
2] is initialized with a uniform background concentration of 380 ppmv throughout the domain.
Base load NOx emissions of below 10 ppmv firing natural gas and below 25 ppmv firing liquid fuels such as distillate oil at full engine operating conditions;
Ametek says it has a limit of detection of 5 PPMV and an operating range of 5 to 2500 PPMV.
The analyzer stabilizes in seconds even at low ppmv levels.
The analyzer utilized a flame ionization detector and a heated sample line to measure the concentration of hydrocarbons in the airstream, with hydrocarbon concentration recorded to the nearest ppmv.
Generally, a 1 ppmv detection limit can be achieved with four orders of magnitude dynamic range.
27 mol% h2s 1480 ppmv cos 160 ppmv hcn 140 ppmv nh3 1260 ppmv hcl 80 ppmv benzene 480 ppmv naphthalene 50 ppmv the desired composition after gas conditioning, Based on proposal planning, Is as follows: H2 63.
2013), in which an MTU engine was assessed, model MDE MB 3066 L4, operating on rigorously filtered biogas (approximately 0 ppmv of hydrogen sulfide); however, there was an increase in oil viscosity in that engine.