The fuel oils (FOs) had boiling ranges of about 300 [degrees]C and initial atmospheric boiling points
(AtmBPs) of about 200 [degrees]C.
However, given the high predicted aromatic content of these products, the ability to tailor properties such as the boiling point
distribution in the process design, and analysis showing competitive economics with biochemical conversion processes , these mixtures were included in our list of bioblendstocks with desirable properties.
The final boiling point
must be at most 215[degrees]C, and the residue content cannot exceed 2%.
CJ: "How do you really know that it's the boiling point
I then ask students to predict the boiling point
The substances that are used as working fluids inside refrigerators and heat pumps all have a fixed relationship between their pressure and their boiling point
. Some of them, such as R-11 operate at very low pressures and others, for example, carbon dioxide, run at much higher pressures, for the same boiling point
"Fincher's life was in a real mess at this time, perhaps without even knowing it he had reached boiling point
and when Gabi did what she did that night he flipped and lost control."
By the time we had exhausted every option, from very wet steam to a host of various secondary cycles, from gas to fluids with low boiling points
, we, with great reluctance, confirmed that it was just not commercially viable.
Brake fluid is a safety-critical item and it is essential that this is recognised and its boiling point
is tested on a regular basis."
"It will be pushed to the boiling point
. It's an Ashes series and there's a lot of guys in that side that don't mind speaking, but I guess there's a few in our side as well," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Johnson, as saying.
You just get used to the heat and you don't notice until suddenly it reaches boiling point
and it's too late to do anything about it" - The Prince of Wales on climate change.