It is well known that diesel is sold by distributors and is consumed at any temperature. Converting the density of diesel oil to 20 degrees is an important and practical way to prevent fraud.
However this conversion requires extensive spreadsheets and various calculations.
This application makes the conversion quick and easy.
Like almost all substances, Diesel oil suffers volume change with temperature change and, therefore, a truck loaded 10,000 liters at 28C from the distributor will have less volume at destination at 18C, for example.
Knowing how much reduction there is in the volume (or increase) is the objective of this application.
The initial data are density and temperature when the Diesel leaves the distributor (shown in the invoice of the product) and the density and temperature when it arrives at the destination (which should be measured).
The application will convert to 20°C the density of the product from the distibutor (invoice) and will also convert to 20°C the density at the destination.
Importantly, the application is valid for diesel fuel in a density range from 0.810 to 0.889 and a temperature range from 12 to 38 degrees Celsius.