LPG Tables: Tables 53E, 54E, CPL by MPMS 11.2.2M

    LPG Tables software has the following main features:

    This software can carry out the following calculations:

  •  the liquid LPG observed density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Celsius to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F;

  •  the liquid LPG observed relative density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Fahrenheit to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F;

  •  the liquid LPG observed density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Fahrenheit to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F;

  •  the liquid LPG observed relative density measured by ASTM D1657 method by means of the pressurized hydrometer at observed temperature in degrees Celsius to the density at 15˚C and to the relative density at 60/60˚F.

  •  Such conversions can be done either with or without a hydrometer glass correction.

  •  this software can calculate the Volume Correction Factors: CTL by the Table 54E and CPL by API MPMS 11.2.2M and the standard volume at 15˚C using the calculated combined Volume Correction Factor CTPL knowing the observed volume at the temperature of the product in the tank and the density at 15˚C.

  •  this software can save input and calculated data in Excel file and later to download input data into the program from the saved Excel data file.



  • The Tables 53E, 54E and the Tables 23E, 24E used for the above density conversions and the calculation of the volume correction factors CTL by means of the Table 54E are based on the calculation routines of the API Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards, Chapter 11, Section 2, Part 4 – Temperature correction for the volume of NGL and LPG, Table 23E, 24E, 53E, 54E, 59E, and 60E, published in 2007.

    The calculation of CPL is based on the API Manual of Petroleum Measurement Standards, Chapter 11.2.2M – Compressibility Factors for Hydrocarbons: 350 – 637 Kilograms per Cubic Metre Density (15˚C) and -46˚C to 60˚C Metering Temperature, First Edition, October 1986.

      

    Package price is USD 300 150




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    Observed density at temperature in degrees Celsius without glass correction
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    CTPL
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    Save data file menu
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    Save data file in Excel
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    Download data file menu
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    Download Excel data file

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