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Re: Hauling Oxygen Bottle

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04-23-2013 17:49:59

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You must really think I'm some kind of idiot or something...
Before you spend any more time shooting your mouth, go read about BLEVE... watch some flaming LP cylinders fly, etc.
If you heat a tank that's storing a compressed liquid, short answer is you have a bomb waiting to vent somewhere. That's an entirely different scenario than venting an LP tank and nominal temperatures. As far as igniting vaporized propane... it's got nothing on pressurised propane. Once again, the basic principle of releasing stored energy is EXACTLY the same.


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04-23-2013 18:15:26

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 Re: Hauling Oxygen Bottle in reply to RodInNS, 04-23-2013 17:49:59  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeIt is beyond me, as to how you can claim, " Once again, the basic principle of releasing stored energy is EXACTLY the same. ". There is, in the one case, the energy of compression of a gas, whereas in the other case the energy of combustion accompanied by much, much greater expansion than simply releasing a compressed gas. Why don't you run your tractors on compressed air instead of burning fuel? "Exactly" is where you are falling down.

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04-23-2013 18:20:44

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 Re: Hauling Oxygen Bottle in reply to JMOR, 04-23-2013 18:15:26  
The principle... is that energy is being released from a storage vessle creating thrust. Sorry I forgot to point that out. It works the same way in both situations.


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04-23-2013 18:24:54

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 Re: Hauling Oxygen Bottle in reply to RodInNS, 04-23-2013 18:20:44  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWe probably both understand. Recognizing that energy/expansion due to combustion is far different than releasing the energy of compression of a gas is key to not being 'exactly. Have a good one!

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