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  • Effect of Automotive Emission Requirements on Gasoline Characteristics

    The papers in the Symposium on Effect of Automotive Emission Requirements on Gasoline Characteristics Were given at the 73rd Annual Meeting of theAmerican Society for Testing and Materials held in Toronto, Ont., Canada, 21—26 June 1970. The symposium was sponsored by Division A of ASTM Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants. The ...

  • Service Fatigue Loads Monitoring, Simulation, and Analysis

    The symposium on Service Fatigue Loads Monitoring, Simulation, and Analysis was presented in Atlanta, Ga., 14-15 Nov. 1977. The symposium was sponsored by the American Society for Testing and Materials, through its Committee E09 on Fatigue, in cooperation with American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers, and American ...

  • Mathematics in Industrial Problems

    Contents: Dealing with geometric variations in manufacturing.- Interdisciplinary computational fluid dynamics.- A mathematical model of a crystallizer.- Randomized algorithms in industrial problems.- Global geodesic coordinates on a go continuous surface.- Micromechanics effects in creep metal-matrix composites.- Seismic inversion for geophysical ...

  • API STD 618 For Petroleum Refining Standards

    This standard covers the minimum requirements for reciprocating compressors and their drivers for use in petroleum, chemical, and gas industry services for handling process air or gas with either lubricated or non-lubricated cylinders.Compressors covered by this standard are low to moderate speed machines. Also included are related lubrication ...

  • Vinyl Chloride

    Evaluates the risks to human health and the environment posed by exposure to vinyl chloride, a colourless, flammable gas manufactured almost exclusively for use in the production of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). PVC is used to produce plastic materials having wide applications in the building sector, packaging, electrical appliances, medical care, ...

  • City Limits: Putting the Brakes on Sprawl

    Today, every world region suffers from sprawling, car-choked urban areas. Accidents and pollution-related illness take lives, while traffic delays sap human productivity and waste fuel. Part of the reason that Americans now guzzle 43 percent of the world’s gasoline is to wheel around expansive metropolises. Transportation, spurred by road ...

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