February 2003

Misc

Burden of proving ULSD rests with the testing method

What defines a "clean fuel"? Ultimately, it is the final fuel certification as obtained through an approved laboratory measurement method. For low-sulfur-content fuels, several major te..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

What defines a "clean fuel"? Ultimately, it is the final fuel certification as obtained through an approved laboratory measurement method. For low-sulfur-content fuels, several major testing hurdles remain. They include: Time to perform the test Accuracy of the analysis results Precision of the test method (repeatability and reproducibility).1 Fuel analysis remains an ongoing debate between: Government agencies - the rule-makers - who set the sulfur concentration limits and designate the testing methods Instrument vendors who develop the hardware and software to measure sulfur levels in hydrocarb

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