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By M.R. Riazi

ISBN-10: 0803133618

ISBN-13: 9780803133617

Either petroleum execs and people with no technical engineering historical past will locate this precise new handbook to be a necessary and complete reference for the petroleum in either processing and creation. WHAT MAKES THIS handbook SO specific? • provides over six hundred predictive tools from theoretical to empirical, together with the main regularly occurring and so much exact ones for a variety of stipulations • Covers over a hundred thermodynamic and actual houses, that are acceptable to quite a lot of natural compounds, combinations, petroleum fractions, petroleum items, heavy residues, waxes, asphaltenes, crude oils, ordinary gases, reservoir fluids, and coal drinks. • Discusses gentle and heavy, liquid and vapor, and coffee and excessive strain structures • presents particular concepts for every indexed estate and its purposes • comprises solved functional difficulties and provides workout issues of quite a few real info for oils from all over the world. This new handbook is a different and entire source for pros within the petroleum undefined, study, and govt, in addition to environmental companies and academia.

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