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fuel tank

[′fyül ‚taŋk]
(mechanical engineering)
The operating, fuel-storage component of a fuel system.
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[USPRwire, Fri Aug 16 2019] With exceptionally booming adoption for SUVs, MPVs, and sedans, plastic will remain at the forefront of demand in global automotive fuel tank market .
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A new professional intelligent report published by Data Bridge Market Research with title "Global Fuel Tank Market" has the ability to help the decision makers in the most important market in the world that has played a significant important role in making a progressive impact on the global economy.
However, the accident caused serious damage to the ATR's engine and fuel tank.
Formulated without chrome as an intentionally added ingredient, PPG CA7088 integral fuel tank coating is qualified to the specification for corrosion-preventative coatings as Type 3--a chrome-free coating with less than 420 grams per liter of volatile organic compound (VOC) content.
KEY WORDS: Aircraft Fuel Tank, Confined Space, Jet Fuel, Kerosene Vapor, Salivary Cortisol and Stress
Other features of the new system, which can be optimized for use for any vehicle platform, thereby eliminating the need to have specific systems for specific vehicles, include its abilities to maintain overall lower tank pressures both during dynamic situations and at high-fuel levels, to enable OBD II leak detection, and to replace fuel tank isolation valves (FTIVs).
However, before replacing a defective fuel pump with a new one, the fuel tank should be properly cleaned.
The five-day return to service operation for a bulk fuel tank at Naval Air Station (NAS) Sigonella commenced on Jul.
Automobile industry experts explained that vehicles manufactured for the Middle East market have fuel tanks particularly designed to withstand high temperatures.
Phyre's GOBIGGS is an environmentally friendly, catalyst based fuel tank inerting system designed to significantly reduce fuel tank vulnerability to explosion and thereby increase survivability of the UH-60.
The manufacturer of the bus which caught fire moments after crashing into a road culvert in south India, killing 45 people, has said it is unlikely that a fuel tank explosion caused the disaster.