For 60 years inland vessels have been discharging residual gases
such as benzene while sailing.
An additional factor that affects knock intensity is the concentration of residual gases
in the combustion chamber, which can be partly regulated by adjusting the back-pressure and valve settings .
, such as methane and ethane, are used by domestic
, such as methane and ethane, are used by domestic industry and for power production, he said.
They were one of the first to suggest that active radicals in residual gases
could play an important role in the autoignition process.
Long considered a tradeoff for the higher resolution, higher brightness and smaller energy spread of a cold FEG TEM, emission stability degrades because of residual gases
in the area of the tip.
-7 Internal moisture content measurement and the analysis of other residual gases
The residual gases
being used as a chemical plant feedstock.
The AJAX LE engine-scavenging process removes the residual gases
from the previous cycle out of the power cylinder, pushing these gases into the exhaust pipe.
(Never cut open any tank unless it is empty and has been completely filled with water to displace all residual gases
.) If you can only find a thin wall tank, it will work as well, you just won't get the kind of life a 1/4" tank will ofter.
The observation was striking and led to numerical simulations of isochoric cooling that show that the composition of the residual gases
in the vessel remains frozen to a temperature as high as 1650[degrees]K after hours of standing at the final room temperature.
In the drydown zone, arbitrarily set at an upper limit of [10.sup.-30] torr, the specific gas that dominates the residual gases
is water vapor desorbing from the chamber's internal surfaces and diffusion from within the bulk of hygroscopic materials.