crude assay

crude assay

[¦krüd ′as·ā]
(chemical engineering)
A procedure for determining the general distillation characteristics and other quality information of crude oil.
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* Crude assay characterisation; * Revamp process simulations; and * Associated systems and processes.
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Feed key areas of focus include: * Crude assay characterisation; * Revamp process simulations; and * Associated systems and processes.
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Feed key areas of focus include: * Crude assay characterisation * Revamp process simulations * Associated systems and processes