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BS ISO 8217:2010 pdf free.Petroleum products – Fuels (class F) – Specifications of marine fuels.
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 91-1:1992, Petroleum measurement tables — Part 1: Tables based on reference temperatures of 15 °C and 60 °F
ISO 2719:2002, Determination of flash point — Pensky-Martens closed cup method
ISO 3015:1992, Petroleum products — Determination of cloud point
ISO 3016:1994, Petroleum products — Determination of pour point
ISO 3104:1994, Petroleum products — Transparent and opaque liquids — Determination of kinematic viscosity and calculation of dynamic viscosity
ISO 3675:1998, Crude petroleum and liquid petroleum products — Laboratory determination of density — Hydrometer method
6 New requirements
6.1 Requirements for distillate and residual fuels
a) The hydrogen sulfide, H2S, concentration shall be as specified in Tabie i or idbie.
NOTE H2S Is a highly toxic gas. Exposure to high vapour concentrabons is hazardous and In extreme cases can be fatal. It is critical that ship owners, operators and other responsible parties continue to maintain appropriate safety practices designed to protect the crew and others who can be exposed to H2S; see Annex D.
b) Acidity shall be as specified in Table I or Table 2.
NOTE Acid number limits are included in this International Standard; see Annex H.
6.2 Requirements for distillate fuels
a) Oxidation stability shall be as specified in Table 1.
NOTE The refinery processes used to manufacture distillate fuels can lead to products that can have limited oxidation stability. In addition, today’s non-manne distillate fuels can contain a significant amount, for example in some areas currentty 5 volume % to 7 volume %, of blo-derived products i.e., fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) that can impact on the oxidation stability of the fueL Furthermore, the transportation of pure distillate fuel and distillate fuel containing bioderived material (FAME), especially through multi-product pipeline installations, have shown that some FAME is transferred into the pure distillate fuel; see Annex A.
b) The lubricity shall be as specified in Table 1.
NOTE A lubricity requirement has been included in this International Standard and is applicable to clear and bright distillate fuels with a sulfur content below 500 mg/kg (0.050 mass %). The lubricity limit is based on the existing requirements for high-speed automotive and heavy-duty industrial diesel engines.
6.3 Requirements for residual fuels
a) Ignition characteristics, as determined by the Calculated Carbon Aromaticity Index (CCAI). shall be as specified in Table 2.
b) The sodium concentration shall be as specified in Table 2.BS ISO 8217 pdf free download.

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