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Provides the algorithm and implementation procedure for the correction of temperature and pressure effects on density and volume of liquid hydrocarbons which fall within the categories of crude oil, refined products, or lubricating oils. A special application category is also provided which provides volume correction based on the input of an experimentally derived coefficient of thermal expansion. Natural gas liquids and liquefied petroleum gases are excluded from consideration in this Standard (see Ch. 11.2.2 and Ch. 11.2.4). Including the pressure correction in Ch. 11.1 represents an important change from the "temperature only" 1980 Petroleum Measurement Tables. However, if the pressure is one atmosphere (the standard pressure) then there is no pressure correction and this Standard will give values for a correction for the effect of temperature on liquid (CTL) consistent with the 1980 Tables. The (2004 edition of this) Standard (revised Standard) was effective on the date of publication and supersedes the previous (1980) edition of the Standard(s). However, due to the nature of the changes in this revised Standard, it is recognized that guidance concerning an implementation period may be needed in order to avoid disruptions within the industry and ensure proper application. As a result, it is recommended that this revised Standard be utilized on all new applications no later than TWO YEARS after the publication date. An application for this purpose is defined as the point where the calculation is applied. Once the revised Standard is implemented in a particular application, the previous Standard will no longer be used in that application. If an existing application complies with the previous Standard(s) then it shall be considered in compliance with this revised Standard. However, the use of API standards remains voluntary and the decision on when to utilize a standard is an issue that is subject to the negotiations between the parties involved in the transaction.
 

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  1. API MPMS Chapter 11.1 (R2012)

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    API MPMS Chapter 11.1 - Temperature and Pressure Volume Correction Factors for Generalized Crude Oils, Refined Products, and Lubricating Oils, Includes September 2007 Addendum

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  2. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-Vol.III ADD


    Addendum 1 to Volumes III and IX - Volume Correction Factors - for Table 6C: Volume Correction for MTBE to 60 Degrees Fahrenheit - for Table 54C: Volume Correction for MTBE to 15 Degrees Celsius

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  3. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-XIII


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume XIII - Table 5D: Generalized Lubricating Oils, Correction of Observed API Gravity to API Gravity at 60 Degrees Fahrenheit. Table 6D: Generalized Lubricating Oils, Correction of Volume to 60 Degrees Fahrenheit Against API Gravity at 60 Degrees Fahrenheit

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  4. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-XIV


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume XIV - Table 53D: Generalized Lubricating Oils, Correction of Observed Density to Density at 15 Degrees Celsius. Table 54D: Generalized Lubricating Oils, Correction of Volume to 15 Degrees Celsius Against Density at 15 Degrees Celsius

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  5. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-Volume X


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume X - Background, Development, and Computer Documentation

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  6. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-Volume IV


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume IV - Table 23A: Generalized Crude Oils, Correction of Observed Relative Density to Relative Density 60/60 deg F. Table 24A: Generalized Crude Oils, Correction of Volume to 60 deg F Against Relative Density 60/60 degF

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  7. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-Volume V


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume V - Table 23B: Generalized Products, Correction of Observed Relative Density to Relative Density 60/60 deg F. Table 24B: Generalized Products, Correction of Volume to 60 deg F Against Relative Density 60/60 deg F

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  8. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-Volume II


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume II - Table 5B: Generalized Products, Correction of Observed API Gravity to API Gravity at 60 degF. Table 6B: Generalized Products, Correction of Volume to 60 degF Against API Gravity at 60 deg F

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  9. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-Volume VIII


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume VIII - Table 53B: Generalized Products, Correction of Observed Density to Density at 15 deg C. Table 54B: Generalized Products, Correction of Volume to 15 deg C Against Density to 15 deg C

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  10. API MPMS Chapter 11.1-Volume I


    Volume Correction Factors - Volume I - Table 5A: Generalized Crude Oils, Correction of Observed API Gravity to API Gravity at 60 deg F. Table 6A: Generalized Crude Oils, Correction of Volume to 60 deg F Against API Gravity at 60 deg F

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