Specification Test Methods

  • Eric Goodger
  • Ray Vere
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Abstract

The combined expertise derived from fuel production, handling and use permits a pattern of property limitations to be specified which together help balance the opposing demands for satisfactory performance, production availability and cost control. In the event of a problem in service, the tightening of existing limits and/or the need for limits on additional properties are investigated. Conversely, fuel availability and costs are generally improved if easement of existing limits is found to be practicable.

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5.11 Bibliography

  1. Anon., Methods for Analysis and Testing, Institute of Petroleum, London, Heyden, London (revised annually)Google Scholar
  2. Anon., Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Petroleum Products and Lubricants, American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (revised annually)Google Scholar
  3. J. P. Allison (ed.), Criteria for Quality of Petroleum Products, Applied Science Publishers, Barking, 1973Google Scholar

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© Eric Goodger and Ray Vere 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • Eric Goodger
    • 1
  • Ray Vere
    • 2
  1. 1.Cranfield Institute of TechnologyBedfordUK
  2. 2.Esso Petroleum Co. LtdUK

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