ASTM UOP732 - 09 - Analysis of Distillate Fuels Derived from Oxygenated (Bio) Feedstocks by GC

ASTM UOP732 - 09

Analysis of Distillate Fuels Derived from Oxygenated (Bio) Feedstocks by GC

Status : Current   Published : January 2009

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This method is for determining hydrocarbon distribution in petroleum naphtha, kerosene (jet fuel), and diesel derived from oxygenated feedstocks such as vegetable or tallow oils in the range of C

3

to C

39

. Specific components of a boiling point of 85° C (C

6

) and less are identified individually. Higher boiling normal paraffins are identified individually, while the non-normals are grouped according to approximate carbon number distribution. The lower limit of quantitation for any compound or grouping is 0.01 mass %. Due to non-normals eluting at n-paraffin sites, the lower limit of quantitation for n-paraffins may not be as low. Components of C

3

and lower molecular weight should not be considered quantitative due to their volatility, see Note.



This procedure is not appropriate for analyzing oxygenated feed-stocks prior to the deoxygenation stage in the EcoFining process. Residual oxygenates in feedstocks may not elute from the instrument and are not quantified by this analysis.




Standard NumberASTM UOP732 - 09
TitleAnalysis of Distillate Fuels Derived from Oxygenated (Bio) Feedstocks by GC
StatusCurrent
Publication Date01 January 2009
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ICS71.040.40
PublisherASTM
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size486 KB
Price£45.00


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