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  • ...m Product Blending'', HPI Consultants, Inc. [http://www.hpiconsultants.com/blending/index.htm HPI website]</ref> in a three-step procedure. ...lculate the Viscosity Blending Index (VBI) of each component of the liquid blend using the following equation:
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  • ...=1984|id=ISBN 0-8247-7150-8}} (Has charts for use in viscosity blending of liquids.)
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  • ...the Refutas equation to determine the viscosity of a blend of two or more liquids.
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  • ...ing/index.htm HPI website] C.T. Baird (1989), ''Guide to Petroleum Product Blending'', HPI Consultants, Inc.
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  • ...m Product Blending'', HPI Consultants, Inc. [http://www.hpiconsultants.com/blending/index.htm HPI website]</ref> in a three-step procedure. ...lculate the Viscosity Blending Index (VBI) of each component of the liquid blend using the following equation:
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  • #REDIRECT[[Liquid viscosity blending]]
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  • ...the Refutas equation to determine the viscosity of a blend of two or more liquids.
    125 B (19 words) - 05:57, 29 August 2008
  • {{r|Liquid viscosity blending}} {{r|Viscosity}}
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  • ...=1984|id=ISBN 0-8247-7150-8}} (Has charts for use in viscosity blending of liquids.)
    591 B (88 words) - 08:33, 29 August 2008
  • ...f name=NOAA>[http://cameochemicals.noaa.gov/chemical/4595 Tetraethyl lead, liquid]] From the website of the [[National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...|'''[[Specific heat]], c<sub>p</sub>''' || align="left"|0.956 J/(g·K) for liquid at 20 °C<ref name=NIST/>
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  • Petroleum '''asphalt''' is a sticky, black and highly [[viscosity|viscous]] liquid or semi-solid that is present in most [[petroleum]] [[crude oil]]s and in s ...rted occurrences of asphalt and oil seepages in Mesopotamia and the use of liquid asphalt as an illuminant in lamps.
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  • ...mply '''crude oil''', is a naturally occurring, [[flammability|flammable]] liquid found primarily in underground [[Geology|geological]] formations and consis ...ever, in the underground [[oil reservoir]]s the proportion which is gas or liquid varies depending on the subsurface conditions, and on the [[phase diagram]]
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  • ...]] units such as [[visbreakers]] (viscosity breakers, units to lower the [[viscosity]] of the oil). All of the many other refining processes discussed below ...molecules such as normal pentane into higher-octane branched molecules for blending into the end-product gasoline. Also used to convert linear normal butane
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  • ...]] units such as [[visbreakers]] (viscosity breakers, units to lower the [[viscosity]] of the oil). All of the many other refining processes discussed below ...molecules such as normal pentane into higher-octane branched molecules for blending into the end-product gasoline. Also used to convert linear normal butane
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  • ===Mineral admixtures and blended cements=== ...),<ref name = "FHWA Admixtures"/> or as a replacement for Portland cement (blended cements).<ref>{{cite book | author = Kosmatka, S.H. | coauthors = Panares
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