ASTM D Test Method for Sampling Natural Gas Gives methods for sampling of natural gas, containing different gases as contaminants such as natural. Find the most up-to-date version of ASTM D at Engineering This method was issued as a joint ASTM-API standard in This standard has for sampling natural gas is described in Test Method D NOTE 3—The.

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ASTM D2983 Lubricating Oils Lubricants Low-Temperature Brookfield Viscometer

Method basically the same as for natural gas. Because the different petroleum fractions cover such a wide range of properties, more than one method is aztm to provide analysis for certain parameters. See Reference 2 for additional data on precision for vis- cous materials. Because of this expecta- tion, and because the ASTM methods for coal and coke seem to be generally applicable to RDSF, they have been listed as the preferred method for all methods covered in their manual.

In both methods, chloride is determined by titration, either colorimetrically or potentio- metrically. For organic compounds in general expect: Applicable to crude oils and fuel oils based on petroleum.

Since methyl fuel is not currently in commercial production, most sampling in the near term will be connected with bench, or pilot, scale research facilities. Moisture adsor- ber asgm anhydrous magnesium per- chlorate Mg ClOi, 2. Measurement of the calorific value and density of isolated i. The amounts required by a laboratory may also be larger for a variety of reasons, including those connected with sample preparation.

Applicable to motor and aviation gasolines, avia- tion turbine fuels, dis- tilate fuel oils, and similar petroleum pro- ducts. Should be applicable for RDSF. Sample homogeneity may not be comparable and the absolute value of the parameters being measured may differ significantly in some cases.

Acorn Park Cambridge, Massachusetts Either isothermal or adiabatic calorimeter jackets may be used. Method is similar to ASTM pro- cedures, using adiabatic, iso- thermal, or static calorimeter. Sample sstm burned in oxygen and calorific value is determined from temperature readings and other heat sources. Should be ap- plicable to SO and CL.


ASTM D – 80 Test Method for Sampling Natural Gas (Withdrawn )

Because the methods are not sufficiently detailed for use as a standard method, they have not been listed in this manual. See Reference fl aetm addition- al data on precision for viscous materials. Modifications are given for different types of petroleum products; in some cases, the parties concerned must specify the temperature and time for the test. The goal of the Program is to assure the rapid development of domestic energy supplies in an aetm mentally-compatible manner by providing the necessary environmental data and control technology.

Con- densed solvent and water are continuously separated In a trap, the water settling in the graduated section of the trap and measured volumetri- cally. Coke is ground to smaller particle size. Generally applicable to or- ganic compounds and hydro- carbon mixtures used In paint, varnish, and lacquer solvents and diluents where acidity as acetic acid is below 0. This holds especially for the variability and high values asym the moisture content and the resulting need to report all other analyses on e1145 moisture-free basis.

Method specified by ASTM for testing of meth- anol. Estimates based on prices charged by analytical service laboratories for r1145 products or water in early Tests showed standard deviation for duplicate analyses on por- tions of refuse ranged from 0.

Processed Municipal Refuse A sample of processed municipal refuse was obtained from a private source on March 7, This can be of particular use when the analytical laboratory is remote from the group originating the samples. Should be appli- cable for RDSF. Limit of method is. The principal matrix available is coal, and the number of para- meters covered is quite limited. High ash content may give d11145 ously high values. The original reference should be checked if precision is xstm, since the wording may imply special conditions for the applicability of the precision numbers given.


A riffle – which is a sample divider – is then used to reduce the sample to about 50 g. They are desirable com- ponents of methyl fuel in one respect as they will increase the calorific value. Environmental assessments of processes using shale oil and coal liquids will need to include additional fuel analysis beyond those covered in this manual.

Instrumentation for such measurements is really designed for continuous operation, and requires relatively large ast, of sample to reach stable operation. For lubricating oils and greases; Repeatability; 0.

Note that many values are in ml. All of the methods discussed are given by the American Society for Testing and Materials ASTMprimarily in their standards for petroleum products and lubricants1- None of the methods discussed were developed specifically to include applicability to shale oils and coal liquids, but they are, nevertheless, expected to be adequate. If the laboratory indicates that it normally uses a different method for one or more of the parameters, then a determination must be made on the applicability of the method and the desirability of its use.

Approval does not signify that the contents necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Government, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for asttm. Generally applicable to dry solid waste e1145 containing 0.

Applicable to crude pet- roleum oil and volatile non-viscous petroleum pro- ducts, except liquid c1145 leum gases.

Generally applicable to nonvolatile petroleum pro- ducts which particularly decompose at atmospheric pressure. Method developed for nitrogen-containing organic compounds. Asfm methods specified are shown in Table D-l.

See Reference til for other points. Specific references to methods listed are given in Table VI They are similar in the analytical approach to ASTM, although the actual techiques are somewhat different.