Hello,
I hope someone can help me out. I am looking for a formula that I can
use to calculate the change in volume due to temperature change, home
heating oil is the medium. For example if I have 175 gallons in a 275
gallon tank on a 60 degree day and the depth of the fuel oil measures
31.2 inches, what will the depth be at 63 degrees.

I have two variables to work with and they are temperature and depth of fuel.

I saw a correction factor of (.000055)-1 per degree F for kerosene in my search and I was hoping for something as simple as that.

Thank you for any and all help. Regards. Ken

I have two variables to work with and they are temperature and depth of fuel.

I saw a correction factor of (.000055)-1 per degree F for kerosene in my search and I was hoping for something as simple as that.

Thank you for any and all help. Regards. Ken