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Bardill"s correction tables for petroleum oils

Oscar H. Bardill

Bardill"s correction tables for petroleum oils

showing at a glance 10 to 30,000 gallons corrected to a temperature of 60 F̊. at temperatures ranging from 45 F̊. below zero to 154 F̊. above zero ...

by Oscar H. Bardill

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Published by Petroleum accounting service in Minneapolis, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum -- Tables.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP692 .B3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination83 p.
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6322340M
    LC Control Number35012822
    OCLC/WorldCa6464087

    Used oil analysis is an important part of engine maintenance. It provides information about the condition of the oil, its suitability for further use and to a certain extent information about the condition of the machinery lubricated by the oil. Precondition of a valuable oil analysis and its interpretation is a. As well, the Table 1 was revised to: a) establish the product name “Distillates” to cover all middle petroleum fractions, including diesel fuels, fuel oils and stove oils and, b) correct the density range for bio-diesel and all blends with petroleum diesel.

    Petroleum measurement tables, Volume correction factors (volumes I through X) are, with this edition, incorporated into API's Manual of petroleum measurement standards. These tables form Section 1 of Chap Physical properties data "Present collection supersedes all previous editions of the petroleum measurement Tables ANSI/ASTM D , IP.   Volume VIII -- Table 53B Generalized Products, Correction of Observed Density to Density at 15°C and Table 54B Generalized Products, Correction of Volume to 15°C Against Density to 15°C All of the Petroleum Measurement Tables in printed format from are historical documents.

      Permalink. sir,i am mariners to prepation for secondmate exam.I want to calculation regarding ASTM table for exam my question. Q (1)–a cargo tank 50x25x10m has the ullagepipe m of density @15*c in vacuum is loaded at the temperature of 20* oil will be heated during the voyage to a temperature of 30*c,at which . crude petroleum, petroleum products, or mixtures of petroleum and nonpetroleum products normally handled as liquids, and having a Reid vapor pressure of kPa ( psi) or less. Values are determined at existing temperatures and corrected to 15°C or 60°F by means of a series of calculations and international standard tables.


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Bardill"s correction tables for petroleum oils by Oscar H. Bardill Download PDF EPUB FB2

Petroleum Oils”. Data from the testing by Bearce and Peffer were used. Based on this study, two tables were published: Circular “United States Standard Tables for Petroleum Oils (which uses Baume unit) and Circular “Petroleum Oil Tables File Size: KB.

Table 24C. Volume correction factors for individual and special applications; volume correction to 60̊F against thermal expansion coefficients at 60̊F --v.

Table 53A. Generalized crude oils, correction of observed density to density at 15̊C. Table 54A. Generalized crude oils, correction of volume to 15̊C against density at 15̊C. Table 24C. Volume correction factors for individual and special applications; volume correction to 60F against thermal expansion coefficients at 60F -- v.

Table 53A. Generalized crude oils, correction of observed density to density at 15C. Table 54A. Generalized crude oils, correction of volume to 15C against density at 15C -- v. Table 53B. The ideal companion for professionals in the oil industry, bunker and cargo surveyors.

This is the newly updated free app provided by MMC (Mooring Marine Consultancy) especially designed for marine cargo surveyors and deck officers on oiltankers to help with cargo calculations. If you would like the full version, which contains both and ASTM tables, as well as /5(). The most complete, flexible and versatile petroleum calculator for professionals in the oil and gas industry.

Now also available for desktop. IMPORTANT NOTE: for users who have problems with the keyboard (dot or comma not showing): some of the newer Android devices seem to have a bug in the soft keyboard, that results in the absence of dot / comma on the number keypad.

/5(77). De1 Standard Guide for the Use of the Joint API and ASTM Adjunct for Temperature and Pressure Volume Correction Factors for Generalized Crude Oils, Refined Products, and Lubricating Oils: API MPMS Chapter density correction factor~ volume correction factor~ ~ petroleum measurement tables~.

3 Recommended petroleum tables OIML Member States are requested to use the petroleum measurement tables:. Nos. 1 to 58 referred to in the ISO Standardand. Nos. 59 and 60 referred to in ISO Standardthe list of which is given in Annex A and mainly tables Nos.

53A, 53B, 54A, 54B, 54C, which are based on. 2 - Observed Data 3 - Calculated Data 4 - Generalized Crude Oils API Correction to 60ºF 5 - Mass to Weight Density Corrections 6 - Excerpt from API MPMS Chapter /Adjunct to ASTM D/Adjunct to IPTable 5A.

B-1 - Correction Factors for Effect of Temperature on the Tank Shell – Reference Temp 60ºF. Petroleum Measurement Tables (ASTM D ) for Pocket PC Overview ASTM for Pocket PC brings hundreds of pages of the Petroleum Measurement Tables Table 6A: Generalized Crude Oils, Correction of Volume to 60°F Against API.

Traditionally, CTL/VCF values are found in books/tables provided by the American Petroleum Institute, matching the temperature and density to find the CTL/VCF values. Such methods are often time-consuming and tedious. The calculator below omits the tables and computes the required values for you.

Tables, the metric procedures require the procedure for customary units be used first to compute density at 60°F. This value is then further corrected to give the metric output.

The procedure recognizes three distinct commodity groups: crude oil, refined products, and lubricating oils. In thermodynamics, the Volume Correction Factor (VCF), also known as Correction for the effect of Temperature on Liquid (CTL), is a standardized computed factor used to correct for the thermal expansion of fluids, primarily, liquid hydrocarbons at various temperatures and densities.

It is typically a number between 0 and 2, rounded to five decimal places which, when. The Measurement Standard for Crude, Liquid Refined Products, and Lubricating Oils. API MPMS Chapter is the established industry standard, outlining the procedure for crude oils, liquid refined products and lubricating oils for the correction of temperature and pressure effects on density and volume of liquid hydrocarbons.

API Gravity Temperature Correction Definition: Definition of API Gravity at temperature: Estimate API Gravity at 60° F: 1) Usually, your API gravity reading will be at a temperature other than 60°F. To convert an API gravity reading to 60°F, we usually use ASTM Table 5B. The left and right margins of the table are annotated with the temperature.

Chapter Temperature and Pressure Volume Correction Factors for Generalized Crude Oils, Refined Products, and Lubricating Oils.

May Addendum, September Chapter Part 4—Temperature Correction for the Volume of NGL and LPG Tables 23E, 24E, 53E, 54E, 59E, and 60E. First Edition, September Errata, September (All terms according to ISO or International Organisation for Standardisation) Standard Tables.

The / edition of the API-ASTM-IP Petroleum Measurement Tables for crude oils, refined products and lubricating oils (excluding light hydrocarbons, LPG’s and bitumen) are carried onboard according to the vessel’s trade.

THE AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE (API) has joined forces with Flow-Cal to develop, market, and support API’s publication: Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards, Chapter 11 – Physical Properties Data, Section – 1 Temperature and Pressure Volume Correction Factors for Generalized Crude Oils, Refined Products, and Lubricating Oils.

This standard provides. Temp correction rates ASTM1 ASTM Tables SG TO API API TO SG API - American Petroleum Institute SG -Specific gravity = RD - Relative Density (60/60oF) V%= m3 V98%= Диам.трубы= GENERALIZED CRUDE OILS CORRECTION OF VOLUME TO 60°F AGAINST RELATIVE DENSITY 60 / 60°F.

Overview This program is the electronic version of the ASTM D Petroleum Measurement Tables, volumes I to IX and XI to XIV (revised tables published in ). It also includes the tables 53 and 54 from the ASTM Petroleum Measurement Tables for Light Hydrocarbon Liquids (Density Range to Kg/litre at 15°C).

Note: The tables, from the metric. manual of petroleum measurement standards - chapter 11 - physical properties data - section 2 - part 4 - temperature correction for the volume of ngl and lpg tables 23e, 24e, 53e, 95e, and 60e API MPM CH.

ASTM Table 54B & Table 56 Application is a tool to obtain Volume Correction Factors & Weight Conversion Factors Application is a simple tool to obtain Volume Correction Factor & .Crude oil, liquid petroleum that is found accumulated in various porous rock formations in Earth’s crust and is extracted for burning as fuel or for processing into chemical products.

Crude oil is a mixture of varying hydrocarbons and other chemicals, and its physical properties vary widely.History Distillation of kerosene and naphtha. The refining of crude petroleum owes its origin to the successful drilling of the first oil wells in Ontario, Canada, in and in Titusville, Pennsylvania, U.S., in Prior to that time, petroleum was available only in very small quantities from natural seepage of subsurface oil in various areas throughout the world.