Correction factors are found by using the figures below. Note! The figures are using °C or °F, and results from D86.
The narrower the cut of the oil fraction (smaller slope), the smaller is the correction.
The figures show that the correction from a VABP of 294°F to MABP is -6°F for a sample with a slope of 0.7°F/% recovered. That gives a MABP of 288°F.
The correction from a VABP of 294°F to CABP is only -1.5°F for a sample with a slope of 0.7°F/% recovered. (To see more detailes, right hand click on the figure and choose view image)
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