ONE KG OF LPG EQUAL TO HOW MANY LITERS

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#1 18-Mar, 2007 01:41 AM
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LET ME KNOW ONE KG OF LPG EQUAL TO HOW MANY LITERS.?

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#2 31-Mar, 2007 12:15 AM
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1 litre of LPG is equal to 0.502 kilograms so on reversing it comes out to be appx. 2 litres in 1 kg.



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#3 31-Mar, 2007 04:21 PM
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THANK YOU.

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#4 05-Apr, 2007 01:00 PM
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One litre of LPG is equal to half Kg ??...

Are you sure about this information ???... We get LPG (Autogas) in litres or in Kg's ??..



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#5 16-Apr, 2007 05:25 PM
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Any answers to my question ???

Banwari Sir....   we need you ... 



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#6 16-Apr, 2007 06:01 PM
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This information is correct, 1 litre of LPG weighs half a kg.

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#7 16-Apr, 2007 06:32 PM
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Karan,

Anurag is almost right. To be more precise, 1 liter LPG weights 0.651 kg. We get LPG (AutoGas) in liters. CNG is sold in kgs.



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#8 17-Apr, 2007 12:40 AM
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alright..thans to Anurag and Banwari sir..... and the LPG we get in our kitchen  cylinders??..isnt that in Kgs ??or is that in litres too ??.....any idea about that ??

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#9 19-Apr, 2007 12:06 AM
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The cooking gas (LPG) comes in cylinders of standard size and has 14.2 kgs net weight, means including cylinder's weight.

Ok now for a change, i have a question....

The LPG is in liquid form in pressurized cylinders and as soon as it is subjected to normal atmospheric pressure it changes into a gas. My question is in which state the LPG is(liquid or gas)   

1. When stored at filling station?

2. While filling in the car? I don't think it is under any pressure with filling in car.

3. In car's tank??

4. In fuel pipes & 5. In the combustion chamber/engine??   

Mr. Sharma please help.



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#10 19-Apr, 2007 10:01 AM
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Posted by anurag
The cooking gas (LPG) comes in cylinders of standard size and has 14.2 kgs net weight, means including cylinder's weight.


A correction. 14.2 kgs *excluding* cylinder's weight. Cylinder while empty too has around 16 (or maybe 16.4?) kgs weight.

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The LPG is in liquid form in pressurized cylinders and as soon as it is subjected to normal atmospheric pressure it changes into a gas. My question is in which state the LPG is(liquid or gas)   

1. When stored at filling station?

2. While filling in the car? I don't think it is under any pressure with filling in car.

3. In car's tank??

4. In fuel pipes & 5. In the combustion chamber/engine?? 

1. Liquid

2. Liquid. Have you ever seen someone trasnferring LPG from cooking gas cylinder to a gas latern? They use a simple nozle which makes a way to pass the LPG in liquid form.

3. Liquid. By the way, car's LPG cylinder is not much different in mechanism from that of found in houses.

4/5. Gas. As soon as it comes out of cylinder, it turns its state to gas all over again.




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