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Mahesh
Does any body have chart/ table of Vapour pressure of no.6 fuel oil at different temperatures? View All
No. 6 fuel oil is also called as heavy fuel oil

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Mark Montgomery
I found this reference: http://www.sbcapcd.org/eng/tech/tnk-note.doc
In Note 13 it indicates the True Vapor Pressure (at average liquid surface temperature) is 0.00004 + ( 0.000001 x ( Average Surface Temperature - 60))

You might check the references in this document to see if there is a source.


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Mark Montgomery
I also found this reference: http://www.preferredutilities.com/engineering_data.html#characteristic
It provides a chart for viscosity at various temperatures among other things: http://www.preferredutilities.com/images/typical_fuel_oils_temperature_viscosity_curves.gif


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shan
fluid mechanics by Manson can help you. but for making chart you have to do some work to develop it

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