oil bath


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oil bath

[′ȯil ‚bath]
(engineering)
Oil, in a container, within which a mechanism works or into which it dips.
Oil in which a piece of apparatus is submerged.
Oil that is poured on a cutting tool.
(metallurgy)
Oil used in tempering.
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We Kannadigas begin Deepavali celebrations with an oil bath on Narakachaturdashi celebrating the victory of Lord Krishna over the Asura (demon) Narak who had imprisoned 16,000 women.
In the laboratory commonly used hot bath methods are water bath, oil bath, sand bath and so on.
The temperature profiles of fried yam slices core and oil bath were monitored during the whole frying test (results not shown).
By adding tiny amounts of water to a floating droplet of oil, they found that the ability of water drops to float at the surface of an oil bath depends on both the size of the droplet and the type of oil.
Manufactured by Petrogas Gas Systems in The Netherlands, the units heat the gas on its way to the turbines by passing it through a chamber that is surrounded by an oil bath that is heated to a temperature of 185[euro]centsC.
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The Meera Powder and Oil Bath ritual is not only a very effective means of nourishing hair but also cools Body, a truth which every loyal consumer of Meera will vouch for.
The gearmotors employ all-steel gearing and oil bath lubrication.
The injection-unit ballscrew is lubricated by an oil bath in a double-sealed casing.
The shafts and bearings operate in an oil bath and are separated from the pumpage by a mechanical seal.
Next, we deaerated the final prepared mixture and left it in oil bath for a specified time at the desired temperature.
Make sure you let the oil cool before you loosen the line, so you won't get a hot oil bath.