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    Significance of Tests for Petroleum Products: 9th Edition

    Rand Salvatore, Verstuyft Allen
    Published: 2018

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    Get the latest analytical procedures and specifications for a vast range of petroleum products. All tests are designed to measure product properties so that the "quality" of that product may be described. Learn about the relevant tests that are done on various petroleum products and why those particular tests are performed.

    This book also cross-references and lists ISO, API, OECD, IP, EPA, DIN, and EPS methods, where applicable.

    New to this edition:
    • All chapters have been updated to reflect new specifications and testing methods
    • Three new chapters have been added to more fully reflect today’s new products and new test procedures:
    – Chromatographic Methods for Fuels, Feedstocks, and Products
    – Spectroscopic Methods for Spark Ignition Fuels
    – Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Additives

    ASTM International Committee D02 on Petroleum Products, Fuels and Lubricants, Energy Institute (EI), Deuthches Institut fur Normung (Din), the Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS), the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) have all contributed significantly to the development of standard test methods for petroleum and alternate fuels products addressed in this publication.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1 | Introduction
    Salvatore Rand, Allen Verstuyft

    Chapter 2 | Automotive Spark-Ignition Engine Fuel
    James Simnick

    Chapter 3 | Ethanol and Other Fuel Oxygenates
    Kristin Moore

    Chapter 4 | Fuels for Land and Marine Diesel Engines and for Nonaviation Gas Turbines
    John Chandler

    Chapter 5 | Biodiesel
    Steve Howell

    Chapter 6 | Aviation Fuels
    Stanford Seto, Roger Gaughan

    Chapter 7 | Crude Oils
    Harry Giles

    Chapter 8 | Sampling
    Frederick Passman

    Chapter 9 | Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Additives
    Alex Kulinowski, Rick Chapman, Al Verstuyft

    Chapter 10 | Chromatographic Methods for Fuels, Feedstocks, and Products
    Frank DiSanzo

    Chapter 11 | Spectroscopic Methods for Spark Ignition Fuels
    Daniel Mertens

    Chapter 12 | Burner, Heating, and Lighting Fuels
    Victor Turk

    Chapter 14 | Gaseous Fuels, Liquefied Petroleum Gases, and Light Hydrocarbons: Methane through Butanes, Natural Gasoline, and Light Olefins
    Andy Pickard

    Chapter 15 | Properties of Petroleum Coke, Pitch, and Manufactured Carbon and Graphite
    Bill Spencer

    Chapter 16 | White Mineral Oils
    William Welch

    Chapter 17 | Lubricant Base Oils
    Aaron Mendez

    Chapter 18 | Lubricating Oils
    Shawn Dubecky, Matthew Nyce

    Chapter 19 | Passenger Car Engine Oil and Performance Testing
    Raj Shah, Theodore Selby

    Chapter 20 | Petroleum Oils for Rubber
    John Long, Jude Abia

    Chapter 21 | Lubricating Greases
    Raj Shah, Gian Fagan

    Chapter 22 | Petroleum Waxes Including Petrolatums
    H. Barnes

    Chapter 23 | Analytical Methods for Determination of Inorganic Species in Petroleum Products and Lubricants: A Focus on New Technologies and Techniques in the Petroleum Industry
    Jenny Nelson

    Chapter 24 | Standard Test Method Data Quality Assurance
    Alex Lau


    Committee: D02

    DOI: 10.1520/MNL1-9TH-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7109-1

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-7108-4


    MNL 1-9TH