manufactured gas


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manufactured gas

[‚man·ə′fak·chərd ′gas]
(materials)
A gaseous fuel that is manufactured from soft coal or from various petroleum products; the gas mixture is composed of producer gas or carbureted water gas.
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PGN was given the monopoly to develop and distribute natural and manufactured gas domestically.
Before the advent of natural gas service, manufactured gas was produced locally in many parts of the United States to provide fuel for lighting, cooking, and heating.
Figure 12: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in China, 1988 to 2010.
But residuals from the manufactured gas operations have seeped below the ground surface.
The police believe the five companies, belonging to the same group, have manufactured gas oil by mixing kerosene and chemicals into heavy oil.
The gasworks was opened in 1865 and manufactured gas from coal as an energy supply until 1900, after which it was used to store gas generated in Tywyn.
It was widely used and was not specific to manufactured gas plants such as the one that was on Quinsigamond Avenue where the WRTA is to build a garage for its fleet.
We have manufactured gas turbine impeller fans by utilizing our domestic missile and nuclear technologies at a cost one-fifth of similar imported products,"Ee Head of the Central Workshop of Shahid HasheminejadEe Gas Refining Company Youssefian said.
Remediation of former manufactured gas plants and other coal-tar sites.
For more than 30 years, Analox has designed and manufactured gas analysis equipment for a variety of niche markets, including military, commercial and sport diving and the hospitality industry.
The company used Open-path Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy dubbed the eye that never sleeps--to monitor air quality during a month-long remediation of a former manufactured gas plant (MFG) site.
Waples, a corporate communication manager for a natural gas company, describes how natural gas displaced the manufactured gas industry, how Standard Oil expanded its network through the region in response to the rapidly expanding market, and how the Appalachian natural gas industry is using new resources in the southwestern US and the Gulf of Mexico.

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