Density Convert????

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Density Convert????

Postby Hilal » Wed Sep 12, 2007 10:45 am

Good Morning all......


I just finshed with doing Density for some sample of petroulme product.....

I want a formulla to covert the Desnity from 15.6 oC to 60 oC. could you please help us.

Postby Guest » Thu Sep 13, 2007 5:57 pm

The volumetric expansion coefficient is different for different petroleum products, primarily varying with the original density.

API sells tables (which may also give formulas) that cover most common products. It, and their other standards, are a main source of revenue, so you will have trouble finding it on the web, free.

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