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Owrang, F., Mattsson, H. och Nordlund, A. (2004) *A method for in-situ quantification of oxygen in oil using fast neutron activation analysis*.

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@article{

Owrang2004,

author={Owrang, Farshid and Mattsson, Håkan and Nordlund, Anders},

title={A method for in-situ quantification of oxygen in oil using fast neutron activation analysis},

journal={Kerntechnik},

issn={0932-3902},

volume={69},

issue={1-2},

pages={51-57},

abstract={ The feasibility of an experimental methodology for in-situ quantification of oxygen in bulk oil using fast neutron activation analysis (FNAA) has been studied. The method was applied for determination of oxygen in 100 ml (~90 g) rapeseed oil. The amount of oxygen in the rapeseed oil using the in-situ FNAA was estimated to 10.6 ± 2.6 weight %. Using cyclic fast neutron activation analysis (cFNAA), the amount of oxygen in the oil was determined in average 9.9 ± 0.4 weight %. Based on Monte Carlo calculations on water, the optimal radius and height of a cylindrical container where the activity is distributed through stirring of the water would be about 10 cm and 44 cm, respectively. These dimensions give a volume of about 14 liters, which is suitable for any type of oil. The accuracy in the in-situ FNAA can be increased by a more precise determination of oxygen in rapeseed oil in the beginning of a dynamic process using cFNAA or alternatively by a better background subtraction.},

year={2004},

}

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RT Journal Article

SR Print

ID 1730

A1 Owrang, Farshid

A1 Mattsson, Håkan

A1 Nordlund, Anders

T1 A method for in-situ quantification of oxygen in oil using fast neutron activation analysis

YR 2004

JF Kerntechnik

SN 0932-3902

VO 69

IS 1-2

SP 51

OP 57

AB The feasibility of an experimental methodology for in-situ quantification of oxygen in bulk oil using fast neutron activation analysis (FNAA) has been studied. The method was applied for determination of oxygen in 100 ml (~90 g) rapeseed oil. The amount of oxygen in the rapeseed oil using the in-situ FNAA was estimated to 10.6 ± 2.6 weight %. Using cyclic fast neutron activation analysis (cFNAA), the amount of oxygen in the oil was determined in average 9.9 ± 0.4 weight %. Based on Monte Carlo calculations on water, the optimal radius and height of a cylindrical container where the activity is distributed through stirring of the water would be about 10 cm and 44 cm, respectively. These dimensions give a volume of about 14 liters, which is suitable for any type of oil. The accuracy in the in-situ FNAA can be increased by a more precise determination of oxygen in rapeseed oil in the beginning of a dynamic process using cFNAA or alternatively by a better background subtraction.

LA eng

OL 30