oil core

oil core

[′ȯil ‚kȯr]
(metallurgy)
A core in which sand is held together by an oil binder.
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[10] developed are fined pressure-loss prediction model which includes a slip ratio term that implicitly accounts for the buoyancy of the oil core.
This boundary is the lowest oil holdup requirement, beyond which the oil core will be broken and finally dispersed in the water.
Condition of palm oil core, supporting and related industries:
Olympic Maximum clear, toner and semi-transparent stains offer unique features that can be attributed to their core resin technology, comprising an acrylic shell and oil core that promote adhesion.
This comparison was carried out on oil core sands used to produce cores for a variety of castings, including pumps, compressors and special, high-integrity castings.
4020857 Without Oil Core. Note:- Stage Inspection To Be Carried Out For Conformity Of Raw Materials .
The current plan is to take oil cores in the oil formations to augment the reservoir data to further optimize the future oil plan of development.
"But recent studies have shown that the gasses of the oil cores come off slower than the other cores, and most of it comes out after the casting has solidified."
At present, she is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Florida, working on the formation of core-shell particles with oil cores and a cross-linked-shell.
The firm's small coreroom does produce shell and oil cores for the jolt-squeeze line.
Oil Sand Binders-Heat setting oil binders have their antecedents in the raw linseed oil cores first used in the late 1600s.