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ASTM D2699/D2700 repeatability

ASTM D2699/D2700 repeatability

ASTM D2699/D2700 repeatability

(OP)
Hi everyone,

i need to check if the repeatability and reproducibility data have changed from the 1999 edition of standards D2699 and D2700 (research respectively motor octane test method). The current version is from this year (2004) and i only have above mentioned 99 edition available. In that edition, there is neither repeatability nor reproducibility given for O.N 90 to 103, and data on the rest of the range is probably outdated by now.

thanks for your help, everyone.

chris

RE: ASTM D2699/D2700 repeatability

(OP)
Thanks 25362. This problem was solved already (thanks to some refinery guys, who helped us out with their data) but I will nonetheless take a look at the ebook.

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