Modernization Increases Accuracy and Utility of Spectrographic Computer
Abstract:This report is a brief description of the component changes and product engineering made in the Phillips 66 Spectro Computer since the earlier models were described in a paper by Morgan and Crawford.
The improvements described add greatly to the versatility of the Spectro Computer, as well as make possible approximately a tenfold increase in accuracy. At the same time, the instrument is unitized so as to minimize maintenance problems.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Phillips Petroleum Company, Market Development Division, Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Publication date: February 1, 1953
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