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MAJOR PROJECT ON TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF CITY GAS DISTRIBUTION AND SIMULATION Undertaken at UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES DEHRADUN Under guidance of Mr. A. Aravind Kumar (Assistant Professor) Submitted by: Ishan Uniyal (R040307014) Manish Agarwal (R040307020) Rohit Barjatya (R040307046) Satyam Srivastava (R040307049) B.TECH-APE (Gas-stream-8th Sem) CERTIFICATE 1
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This is to certify that the work contained in this project title “Technical Aspects of City Gas Distribution & Simulation” has been carried out by Ishan Uniyal (R040307014), Manish Agarwal (R040307020), Rohit Barjatya (R040307046) and Satyam Srivastava (R040307049) under my/our supervision and has not been submitted elsewhere for a degree. Mr. A. Aravind Kumar (Assistant Professor) Date: May 6, 2011 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 2
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The project bears the imprints of the efforts extended by many people to whom we are deeply indebted. We would like to thank our mentor Mr. A. Aravind Kumar (Assistant Professor) under whose able guidance we gained the insights and ideas without which the project could not have seen the light of the day. His suggestions have been valuable and his teachings during the course of our discussions would continue to be a guiding principle in our works in the future as well. Finally we would like to thank the University for providing us an opportunity to apply our technical knowledge and see it materialize in the form of this project. ABSTRACT Increasing costs for petroleum products and volatility of process have now lead many customers to look for more sophisticated ways to understand and control their demands in 3
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real time. These increasing costs and pollution by petroleum products have led different customers to find a replacement for existing fuels. These consequences have found to be overcome by Natural Gas, which has led to gas distribution in various cities of the country catering all essential segments targeting mainly on transport segment. Various cities in different states of India have already implemented City Gas Distribution. And it is found to catch a great pace in the other states of the country in upcoming years. Segments such as industrial, commercial transport and domestic are being supplied Piped Natural Gas (PNG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) respectively as clean fuel. The project includes design calculations for a natural gas cross country pipeline along with the materials specifications for City Gas Distribution network and virtual simulation calculations for CGD network in Dehradun. TABLE OF CONTENTS TOPIC PAGE NO. Certificate 2 Acknowledgement 3 Abstract 4 Nomenclature 6 4
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Chapter 1: Introduction to City Gas Distribution Network 7-35 1.1 - Introduction 8 1.2 - Designing of Cross Country Pipeline 11 1.3 - Conclusion 35 Chapter 2: Introduction to City Gas Distribution Network 36-42 2.1 – Major Constituents of a CGD Network 37 2. – Types of Networks 42 Chapter 3: Designing of Primary and Secondary Steel & PE Pipelines 43-58 3.1 – Design Basis
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