Press Release Summary:
Presentations are invited for workshop on Elimination of Effects of Water on Measurement of Particulates in Fuels by Automatic Particle Counters, which will be held December 4, 2012 in Norfolk, VA. Workshop will focus on research and practices relating to eliminating effects of water droplets being counted by automatic particle counters when testing diesel, biodiesel blends, and aviation turbine fuels. Presentations should include number of different procedures.
Original Press Release:
Presentations are Invited for ASTM Workshop on Elimination of the Effects of Water on the Measurement of Particulates in Fuels by Automatic Particle Counters
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.-Presentations are invited for a workshop on Elimination of the Effects of Water on the Measurement of Particulates in Fuels by Automatic Particle Counters, to be held Dec. 4, 2012, at the Marriott Waterside Hotel in Norfolk, Va. Sponsored by ASTM International Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants, the workshop will be held in conjunction with the December standards development meetings of the committee.
The objective of the workshop is to hold a technical forum for presentations and discussions associated with current research and practices relating to eliminating the effects of water droplets being counted by automatic particle counters when testing diesel, biodiesel blends and aviation turbine fuels. The forum will also provide future direction for further investigations and standardization with the aim of enhancing fuel quality monitoring and leading to the availability of such techniques for use in fuel specifications.
To participate in the workshop, presenters must submit a 250-300 word abstract to workshop co-chairman Mike Sherratt at email@example.com by June 24, 2012.
For additional information, visit www.astm.org/D02Elimination.htm or contact workshop co-chairmen Mike Sherratt (phone: +011-44-193-257-5033; firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rick Chapman (phone: 302-451-1356; email@example.com).
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