Improved Oil Recovery

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Editions OPHRYS, 1990 - 142 pages
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Contents

Chapter 5
387
Chapter 2
393
REFINING TECHNIQUES 71
408
INVENTORY OF POLLUTANTS EMISSION LEVELS LEGISLATION
412
Table of contents Vol 2 XXIV
417
Foreword V
452
TECHNOLOGIES FOR REDUCING TAILPIPE EMISSIONS
460
and diesel fuels 338
477
METHANOL AND MTBE
573
BIOFUELS
588
THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
606
Chapter 7
623
HOW THE SPARKIGNITION ENGINE FUNCTIONS 116
637
AVIATION GASOLINE
665
ENGINEFUEL MATCHING 250
670
LOWENERGY GASES
686

CHARACTERISTICS AND SPECIFICATIONS OF DIESEL FUEL 317
483
REDUCING EMISSIONS BY USING FUEL AS AN INTERMEDIARY
487
Transportation on the advent of the year 2000 8
494
DIESEL FUEL 279
509
FUELS AND THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT
526
Chapter 3
533
Chapter 8
534
SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DIESEL ENGINES 281
539
Chapter 1
541
NATURAL GAS MOTOR FUEL
548
GASOLINE CHARACTERISTICS AND SPECIFICATIONS 188
689
EXOTIC FUELS
696
THE FUELS AND ENGINES OFTOMORROW
703
CONCLUSION
729
Annex 1
735
Normal and standard conditions
736
BIBLIOGRAPHY Vol 1 and 2
757
GASOLINE BLENDING 238
759
INDEX Vol 1 and 2
773
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