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By Steven Kelly, Kalle Lyytinen, Matti Rossi (auth.), Panos Constantopoulos, John Mylopoulos, Yannis Vassiliou (eds.)

This booklet provides the refereed complaints of the eighth foreign convention on complex details structures Engineering, CAiSE '96, held in Herakleion, Crete, Greece, in may possibly 1996.
The 30 revised complete papers incorporated within the e-book have been chosen from a complete of a few a hundred submissions. The publication is organised in sections on CASE environments, temporal and energetic database applied sciences, event studies, interoperability in info structures, formal equipment in method improvement, novel architectures, workflow administration and dispensed info structures, details modelling, object-oriented database layout, and semantic hyperlinks and abstraction.

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1 vol % for automated distillation. The sample calculation given here is for illustration only and will be applicable if narrower vol % interval temperature readings are available. A similar calculation can be done for any Rxxx or Exxx value that is required. Slope or Rate of Change of Temperature ᭿ SC ͑or SF͒ at 50 % recovered can be calculated using Eq. 71 In the event that the distillation end point occurs prior to the 95 % point, the slope at the end point is calculated as follows: SC͑or SF͒ = ͑TEP − THR͒/͑VEP − VHR͒ ͑13͒ where: VEP = is the vol % recovered or evaporated corresponding to the end point, VHP = is the vol % recovered or evaporated corresponding to the highest reading, either 80 % or 90 % prior to end point, TEP = is the temperature, in ° C or ° F at the distillation end point, and THP = is the temperature at the highest reading, either 80 % or 90 % recovered or evaporated prior to the end point.

It was mentioned in the previous chapter that as early as the D86-62 edition ͓8͔, a table was included in the test method showing manual and automated D86 distillation results for gasoline, kerosine, and diesel fuels from cooperative studies among various laboratories. Other comparative data were included in the test method as they became available. A more recent interlaboratory study was conducted in 2001, specifically to determine an updated measure of the relative bias between manual and automated D86 distillation to take into account the considerable technical advancement in use with current automated D86 distillation instruments.

A better estimate can be obtained by using graph paper with smaller subdivisions. Percent Evaporated or Percent Recovered at a Prescribed Temperature Reading Many specifications require specific percentages evaporated or recovered at prescribed temperature readings, either as a maximum value, minimum value, or ranges. These values are frequently designated by the terms Exxx or Rxxx, where xxx is the desired temperature. 9 ° C ͑300 ° F͒. 0 ° C ͑158 ° F͒ is also used in describing fuel volatility characteristics.

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