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Document Code : PRO062GVAE1108 Calculated Variables & Volume Calculations FuelsManager utilizes data inputs and measured variables such as levels, temperatures, volumes, flow, etc., to perform calculations and display the results. Engineering units for individual variables can be selected based on your measuring applications and all calculations can be peformed to recognized standards, such as American Petroleum Institute’s (API) 2004 standards, ASTM, IP, GB/T, GOST, JIS, Polynomial and others. “Perform all calculations to industry standards, such as API, ATSM, IP, JIS, polynomial and others. Simply select the volume correction method that is suitable for your business operations.” FuelsManager © Oil & Gas Software Specifications FuelsManager .com Calculated Variables Density Volume Gross Volume Net Volume Remaining Net Volume Available Net Mass Flow Tank Status Transfer Status Volume Correction Factor Volume Roof Correction Volume Remaining Gross Volume Available Gross Mass Available Mass Remaining Volume Strap minus Water Volume Strap minus the Tank Corection Expansion Volume Net minus the Tank Corection Expansion Tank Shell Correction Factor Sediment and Water Correction Factor Base, Sediment and Water Volume Bottom Volume Level Change Rate Mass Flow Net Flow Vapor Mass Vapor Net Volume Liquid Mass Total Net Volume
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Page 1: FuelsManager's Calculated Variables and Volume …varec.com/docs/PRO062_FMspec_variables-calcs.pdfASTM D1250-1952 LPG 20C Commodity Alpha 60 Supplied Crude Oils Refined Products Lubrication

Document Code : PRO062GVAE1108

Calculated Variables & Volume CalculationsFuelsManager utilizes data inputs and measured variables such as levels, temperatures, volumes, flow, etc., to perform calculations and display the results. Engineering units for individual variables can be selected based on your measuring applications and all calculations can be peformed to recognized standards, such as American Petroleum Institute’s (API) 2004 standards, ASTM, IP, GB/T, GOST, JIS, Polynomial and others.

“Perform all calculations to industry standards,

such as API, ATSM, IP, JIS, polynomial and others.

Simply select the volume correction method that is suitable for your business

operations.”

FuelsManager© Oil & Gas

Software Specifications

FuelsManager.com

Calculated VariablesDensity �

Volume Gross �

Volume Net �

Volume Remaining �Net

Volume Available �Net

Mass �

Flow �

Tank Status �

Transfer Status �

Volume Correction �Factor

Volume �

Roof Correction �

Volume Remaining �Gross

Volume Available �Gross

Mass Available �

Mass Remaining �

Volume Strap �minus Water

Volume Strap �minus the Tank Corection Expansion

Volume Net minus �the Tank Corection Expansion

Tank Shell �Correction Factor

Sediment and �Water Correction Factor

Base, Sediment �and Water Volume

Bottom Volume �

Level Change Rate �

Mass Flow �

Net Flow �

Vapor Mass �

Vapor Net Volume �

Liquid Mass �

Total Net Volume �

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© Varec, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This document is for information purposes only. Varec, Inc. makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the

trademarks of their respective owners.

Varec, Inc.5834 Peachtree Corners EastNorcross, GA 30092Tel: +1 (770) 447-9202Toll Free: +1 (866) 698-2732Fax: +1 (770) 662-8939

API °F 1980/2004

Table 24E / Table 23E �

Table 6A/5A �

Table 6B/5B �

Table 6C �

Table 6D �

API °F 1952

Table 6A/5A �

Table 6B/5B �

Table 6C �

Table 6D �

API °C 1980/2004

Table 54A/53A �

Table 54B/53B �

Table 54C �

Table 54D �

Table 54A/53A 30°C �

Table 54B/53B 30°C �

Table 54C 30°C �

Table 54D 30°C �

Table 60A/59A �

Table 60B/59B �

Table 60D/59D �

API °C 1952

Table 54A/53A �

Table 54B/53B �

Table 54C �

Table 54D �

Table 54A/53A 30°C �

Table 54B/53B 30°C �

Table 54C 30°C �

Table 54D 30°C �

Table 60A/59A �

Table 60B/59B �

Table 60D/59D �

Polynomial & LPG

Polynomial °F �

Polynomial °F 1952 �

Japan JIS 2249°C 1980

Table 54A/53A �

Table 54B/53B �

Table 54C �

Table 54D �

Table 54A/53A 30°C �

Table 54B/53B 30°C �

Table 54C 30°C �

Table 54D 30°C �

Japan JIS 2250 °C 1967

Table 2 (54) �

Japan ASTM D1555 °C

300°F/148.9°C Aromatic �

350°F/176.7°C Aromatic �

Benzene �

Cumene �

Cyclo-hexane �

Ethyl-benzene �

Mixed Xylene �

o-Xylene �

p-Xylene �

Styrene �

Toluene �

Japan ASTM D1250 °C

Table 55 �

Table 54A (6X) �

Table 54B (6X) �

Table 2 (54) �

Japan Chemical °C

Chemical 1 �

Chemical 2 �

JIS 2249 1980 Table

Table 53A/54A �

Table 53B/54B �

Table 54D �

China GB/T

Table 60A/59A �

Table 60B/59B �

Table 600/59D �

Russia GOST

3900-85 20°C �

ASTM D1555 °F / °F 1952 / °C / °C 1952

300°F/148.9°C Aromatic �

350°F/176.7°C Aromatic �

Benzene �

Cumene �

Cyclo-hexane �

Ethyl-benzene �

Mixed Xylene �

o-Xylene �

p-Xylene �

Styrene �

Toluene �

Asphalt

ASTM D4311-04 °C �

ASTM D4311-04 °F �

ASTM-IP Table 7 �

ASTM D1250-1952

LPG 20C �

Commodity

Alpha 60 Supplied �

Crude Oils �

Refined Products �

Lubrication Oils �

Volume Correction Methods


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