Simulated Distillation Analysis of Heavy Canadian Crude Oil by ASTM D 5307

Simulated Distillation is a GC technique for determining the boiling point distribution of a crude oil stock. This information is useful to refinery engineers in determining the process that most efficiently utilizes a feedstock of raw crude oil. This technique is also used to monitor the refining process to insure the products produced are as expected. When a feedstock oil contains components that are larger than C44 and which boil above 538oC, ASTM D5307 becomes the analytical method of choice.

Content Type:
Application
Document Number:
GC_Simulated_distilled
Product Type:
Gas Chromatography
Keywords:
Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (Petrochemical, Chemical), Petroleum refinery, GC-2010
Language:
English
File Name:
ssi_simulated_distillation_heavy_canadian_crude_bitumen_oil_astm5307.pdf
File Size:
310kb

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