# C219 – ASTM-IP Table 54:1952

## Description

This calculates the volume correction factor due to temperature according to ASTM-IP Table 54. This can be done using the computer algorithms used to develop the table or using the lookup table itself.

## References

ASTM-IP Petroleum Measurement Tables, Metric Edition, (ASTM D 1250; IP 200) First Edition 1953.

“Report on the Development, Construction, Calculation and Preparation of the ASTM-IP Petroleum Measurement Tables (ASTM D 1250; IP 200)”: First edition 1960.

Kelton calculation reference C219

FLOCALC calculation reference F073

KIMS calculation reference K227

This calculation is also used by the following calculations:

F028/K211- API/Table 54 Density Referral

F029/K210- IP Paper 2/Table 54 Density Referral

## Options

### Calculation Method

- From algorithm

Select this option to calculate temperature correction factor from the algorithms developed to create the table.

- From lookup table

Select this option to use the table values themselves. Any inputs which do not correspond to values in the table interpolation will be carried out to gain the temperature correction factor.

### Precision

- Full
- Rounding

If rounding is selected the output is rounded to 4 decimal places as per the table otherwise values are displayed to full precision.

## Calculations

### Formulae used in algorithm for density at 15°C is greater than 600 kg/m³

Where | ||

D_{0} |
= | The density in kg/l |

D_{15} |
= | The standard density in kg/l |

C_{tl} |
= | VCF calculated using the Table 54 Procedure for density at 15°C greater than or equal 600 kg/m^{3} |

and

Where

And

Where | ||

P_{1,2…} |
= | Are constants based on density of crude oil |

### Formulae used in algorithm for density at 15°C less than 0.600 kg/l ¶

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Where a, b, c… r, s, t are constants.