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Estimating Evaporation Losses (Kerosene) in fixed-roof tank

Estimating Evaporation Losses (Kerosene) in fixed-roof tank

Estimating Evaporation Losses (Kerosene) in fixed-roof tank

Someone have information about mixtures or Mass Transfer for estimating "Evaporation Losses"? (Gas Non condensable + Condensable Vapour) especially pointing to estimate "Evaporation Loss(Jet-Fuel A-1) in a Fixed-Roof Tank " Considering Relative Humidity of Kerosene,Wind velocity and other parameters

RE: Estimating Evaporation Losses (Kerosene) in fixed-roof tank

On EPA web site you can also download TANKS 4.09 software for estimation of emissions: https://www3.epa.gov/ttnchie1/software/tanks/
Read the disclaimer - model is not reliably functional on computers using certain operating systems such as Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Process Engineer, MSChE

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