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Significance of Testing for Petroleum Products: 7th Edition

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THE LATEST ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE VAST RANGE OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
This book provides a reference guide on the significance of ASTM and IP tests for measuring product quality. It describes the relevant tests that are done on petroleum products and why each test is done. All tests are designed to measure properties of a product in order to describe quality of that product.

TWENTY NEW OR UPDATED CHAPTERS
This new edition includes an introduction eight new chapters, and twelve that have been updated to reflect new specifications and test methods. New chapters address:

Sampling Techniques — discusses proper sampling of a product

Fuel Oxygenates — deals with the Clean Air Act, which mandates the addition of oxygenates to gasoline

Automotive Engine Oils — reflects new challenges in test method development of oils for automotive use

Lubricant Base Fluids — recognizes the importance of the composition of base oils and the effect of that composition on proper lubrication by the finished blend with additives

Environmental Characteristics for Petroleum Products — discusses standard test methods for measuring toxicity and biodegradation of lubricants

Properties of Petroleum Coke, Pitch, Carbon, and Manufactured Carbon and Graphite — defines the characteristics of these materials

Methods for Assessing Stability and Cleanliness of Liquid Fuels — covers the tests involved to measures these properties

Test Method Performance and Quality Assurance — describes programs and protocols to insure that test methods and measuring tools maintain consistency and accuracy in their results.

Updated & Expanded
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Price:
Price (North America): $89
Price (Elsewhere): $98
Print ISSN:
978-0-8031-2097-6
Launch:
2003

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