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Improve inline blending with advanced analyzers

10.01.2013  |  Barsamian, A.,  Refinery Automation Institute, LLC, Morristown, New Jersey

Keywords: [Raman analyzer] [NIR] [octane] [gasoline blending] [models]

Due to tough economic conditions, refiners are pressed to improve profitability. There is greater pressure to optimize gasoline and diesel blending. What are the options to improve processing of transportation fuels and to maintain final product quality for cleaner fuels?

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