Discussion :: Petroleum Refinery Engineering - Section 7 (Q.No.30)
The characterisation factor of crude petroleum oil is around
Answer: Option B
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|Vijay Parmar said: (Nov 19, 2016)|
|The K factor or characterization factor is a systematic way of classifying a crude oil according to its paraffinic, naphthenic, intermediate or aromatic nature. 12.5 or higher indicate a crude oil of predominantly paraffinic constituents, while 10 or lower indicate a crude of more aromatic nature.|
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