engine sludge

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engine sludge

[′en·jən ‚sləj]
(engineering)
The insoluble products of degradation of lubricating oils and fuels formed during the operation of an internal combustion engine.
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Announcement of competition: The submit tenders for advisory services: Pick Analyses, After Operation of landfill, Design and construction of new landfill cells, Planning of construction sand and oil sludge, Design of different development projects from earthworks to the completed building, Consultant Services in renovation, Overall Project Management, Logistics and transport planning.
2 showed the spectra derived from palm oil sludge after in situ transesterification with reaction conditions at 70[degrees]C, 12v/v% H2SO4 and 120 minutes.
Is it safe to add a few capfuls of denatured alcohol to the crankcase of my two older vehicles to remove oil sludge before I change the oil?
Perhaps it is to get rid of extra oil sludge that they can't sell or reuse or recycle," he said.
As a rule, the main feedstock of the pyrolysis equipment for recycling and utilization of mechanical rubber goods, scrap tires, plastics, waste oils and oil sludge is scrap tires and tire covers.
About 300 fishermen from Cavite have complained of oil sludge affecting their catches, while residents were suffering respiratory problems from the foul smell, according to the regional civil defence office.
In the Energy and Environment Department of RIPI, the projects include removing oil sludge from soil in Sirri, construction of a green island in Sirri and installing systems to control industrial wastes.
Irregular car servicing places motorists at risk through a greater chance of oil sludge build up on the engine, mechanical failure on the road, excessive wear and tear and far greater running costs in the long term.
The paper quoted a Bapco source as saying the spill could have been caused by oil sludge and waste dumping by a tanker which passed near Sitra on Tuesday.
The state that is most vulnerable to the floating miles and miles of three-dimensional oil sludge and chemical dispersants is my home state, Louisiana, which was once an Edenic paradise but long ago became anybody's punch.
He said IOC's R& D centre has vast experience in containing and controlling oil sludge.