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Old   August 31, 2008, 22:19
Default GHSV...GAS HOURLY SPACE VELOCITY??
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SEEMI
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Hi every one....

I want to know about the physical meaning of GAS HOURLY SPACE VELOCITY(GHSV).

In my work, I have 2-D RECTANGULAR micro-channel. Mixture of two gas entered into the channel with constant "FLOW RATE"[m^3/sec]. In this case how i can find the GHSV?

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Old   September 23, 2008, 07:47
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The hourly space velovity is defined as volumetric flow rate per space volume(it can be that of a catalyst). Now you divide the flow rate by the volumetric space and you'll get a value in time(inverse). I hope it helps
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