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Old   June 13, 2014, 05:02
Default project to identify mercaptan as an odorant in natural gas pipeline
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Hi,

I am currently running a project to identify mercaptan as an odorant in natural gas pipeline. can anyone help me as I have no idea at all where to start with.
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Old   June 13, 2014, 06:31
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Don't accept projects where you don't have a clue where to start.

Seriously.

If you are a student, and this is homework, go back to your teacher/professor and tell him/her that you need some extra guidance on this. If you have a good teacher, he/she will respect your honesty.

If this is for work, go to the person that assigned you to this project, your project manager, or the problem owner. He/she thought that you could start this project without explanation, and inform him/her that this was wrong. He/she probably has some idea about which steps are necessary, maybe not with much details, but the bigger picture should be there.

If somebody on my team would come to me with the message that they had no idea how to start the project, I would be happy to know this at the start of the project. Otherwise, I might find out late in the project that a bad approach was chosen.
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Old   June 13, 2014, 21:02
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Thank you very much.
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Can someone explain to me turbulence dissipation rate for compressible flow i.e. natural gas?
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