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Saybolt viscosity of blends by Winslow Hobart Herschel

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English


  • Viscosity

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Statementby Winslow H. Herschel, Associate Physicist, Bureau of Standards. June 18, 1920 ...
Series[United States] Bureau of Standards. Technologic papers,, no. 164
LC ClassificationsT1 .U4 no. 164
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p. incl. tables, diagrs.
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6630860M
LC Control Number20026669

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Harry Dembicki, Jr., in Practical Petroleum Geochemistry for Exploration and Production, Viscosity. Viscosity is the internal friction due to molecular cohesion in fluids which results in resistance to flow. It is measured in poise (P), kg m −1 s −1, but usually expressed as centipoise (cP), kg m −1 s − a frame of reference, the viscosity of some common . Saybolt Universal viscosity is the efflux time in seconds for a milliliter sample to flow through a standard orifice in the bottom of a tube. Saybolt Furol viscosity is determined in the same manner as Saybolt Universal viscosity except that a larger orifice is used. A.S.T.M. conversion tables for kinematic and Saybolt universal viscosities; based on and amplified by A.S.T.M. standard method for conversion of kinematic viscosity to Saybolt universal viscosity (D ). The kinematic viscosities at −20°C were measured for the 5, 10, and 20% vol. blends of coconut and palm kernel DFAME with fossil kerosenes [18], and are shown in Fig. The kinematic viscosity of the same blends of camelina FAME and fossil kerosene cut K1 were measured at 40°C and °C, and extrapolated to −20°C according to the literature [41].

The reliable viscosity and density data of various biodiesel-diesel-alcohol ternary blends or biodiesel-diesel binary blends are plentifully available in existing literature, however, there is. EMULSION BASICS Midwestern Pavement Preservation Partnership Adam Redman Heritage Research Group Octo Des Moines, Iowa. OVERVIEW Testing Description History SAYBOLT FUROL VISCOSITY • Measure the viscosity of the emulsion. • Test temperatures are 25ºC and 50ºC. • Viscosity is defined as a fluid’s resistance to. ↑ ASTM D Standard Practice for Conversion of Kinematic Viscosity to Saybolt Universal Viscosity or to Saybolt Furol Viscosity, ASTM, , p. 1 ↑ Evans & Morriss , pp. – 1 2 3 Chapman & Cowling 1 2 Bellac, Mortessagne & Batrouni ↑ Chapman & Cowling , p. ↑ Cercignani API TDB CHAPTER 11 Technical Data Book Chapter 11 - Viscosity inactive Saybolt Universal viscosity is the efflux time in seconds for a milliliter sample to flow through a standard orifice in the bottom of a tube. Procedure 11A is used to determine the viscosity of multicomponent blends of pure hydrocarbons with petroleum fractions.

Viscosity measurements of the individual components in the blends studied exceeded 7, data points. A diverse group of mixtures, ranging from light alkane or aromatic pure components to bitumen, diesel, biodiesel, condensate, crude, and assay fractions, was included in this database. Handbook of Plasticizers, Third Edition, is an essential professional reference, providing information that enables R&D scientists, production chemists, and engineers the information they need to use plasticizers more effectively, and to avoid certain plasticizers in applications where they may cause health or material durability problems.. Plasticizers are vital to the plastics . It is the absolute viscosity divided by the density, both obtained at the same temperature of determination. The unit of measurement is the centistokes. Con- version of the kinematic viscosity to Saybolt Universal Viscosity for ° and °F values is provided in the conversion table included in ASTM D The viscosity of a fluid is a measure of its resistance to gradual deformation by shear stress or tensile liquids, it corresponds to the informal notion of "thickness". For example, honey has a higher viscosity than water. [1]Viscosity is due to friction between neighboring parcels of the fluid that are moving at different fluid is forced through a tube, the fluid.