Specific Gravity of Gas

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Specific gravity of gas, abbreviated as SG, is the ratio of the density of the gas to the density of air at a standard pressure and temperature.

 

Formulas that use Specific Gravity of Gas

\(\large{ SG= \frac{\rho_g}{\rho_a}  }\)   

Where:

\(\large{ SG }\) = specific gravity of gas (air = 1.0)

\(\large{ \rho_a }\) = density of air

\(\large{ \rho_g }\) = density of gas

 

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