carbon residue

carbon residue

[′kär·bən ′rez·ə‚dü]
(chemical engineering)
The quantity of carbon produced from a lubricating oil heated in a closed container under standard conditions.
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The upgraded PNS/DOE QS 013:2017: CME-blended industrial diesel oil specifications include introduction of cetane number or derived cetane number as new property, removal of distillation property, reduction in the limit of carbon residue, increase the limits of density, flash point and kinematic viscosity and updating of test method.
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G96 RFG seems to work as-advertised, and they say it also cuts down on carbon residue and metallic and powder residues.
Similarly, boilers or heaters used within thermal fluid systems require regular maintenance to cope with carbon residue, also known as 'coke'.
In addition, the new purging compound removes black spots, carbon residue and cracked materials.
Fluid maintenance specialist Global Heat Transfer has released a white paper warning industry of the impact of carbon residue on plant system ageing and effectiveness.
Reduces carbon residue, galvanic corrosion and buildup of metallic and powder residues.
The physicochemical properties such as density, viscosity, heating value, cetane index, flash point, Conradson carbon residue and distillation behavior of the obtained biodiesel were determined.
5%, which is higher than that of Chinese crude oil; the index of carbon residue is 0.
The fuel must be tested for various elements including methanol, water and sediment, kinematic viscosity, sulfated ash, oxidation stability, sulfur, copper strip corrosion, cetane and acid number, carbon residue, total and free glycerin, phosphorus, reduce pressure distillation temperature and atmospheric equivalent temperature.
The lack of carbon residue remaining in the filter paper sample after exposure to the cyclic heating process in air is notable because carbon residue was present when the filter paper was heated continuously for a longer period in air (8 hours of continuous 400[degrees]C heating vs.
It leaves more carbon residue in the burner, especially on the wick, around the glow plug and in the burner chamber.