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To: Joseph B. Schmidt who wrote (19582)2/29/2012 10:07:11 AM
From: streetscraper
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Yea when I told them they were UNAPPROVED containers ...Well the nasty PMs followed after that.

I wanted to turn him in at that point.

But did not want to go to their level.

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To: SteveF who wrote (19586)2/29/2012 10:11:43 AM
From: streetscraper
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#6 is ULTRA CLEAN.... Yea it looks it. ROTFLMAO

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To: SteveF who wrote (19586)2/29/2012 10:17:10 AM
From: scion
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Cloud point prediction of fuels and fuel blends

Fátima I.C. Mirante, João A.P. Coutinho*
Departamento de Qu´imica, Universidade de Aveiro, 3810-193 Aveiro, Portugal
Received 7 November 2000; accepted 10 January 2001

Abstract
The cloud point temperature, the temperature at which the first wax crystals appear in solution, is one of the most important specifications associated with the low temperature behaviour of a fuel. A database of about 80 fuels and fuel blends was collected and used to assess the performance of the three predictive local composition models (Wilson, NRTL and UNIQUAC) for cloud point prediction. The results indicates that Predictive UNIQUAC can predict the cloud points of the fuels within the experimental uncertainty of the measurements. It could thus be a useful tool in the production of fuels both in the design of refining process and the blend of fuels to meet the low
temperature specifications.

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To: scion who wrote (19589)2/29/2012 10:34:27 AM
From: SteveF
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On the CC Bordynuik mentioned the ASTM spec - quickly. ASTM D396 - which has nothing to do with transportation fuels...

astm.org 

This specification covers grades of fuel oil intended for use in various types of fuel-oil-burning equipment under various climatic and operating conditions. These grades include the following: Grades No. 1 S5000, No. 1 S500, No. 2 S5000, and No. 2 S500 for use in domestic and small industrial burners; Grades No. 1 S5000 and No. 1 S500 adapted to vaporizing type burners or where storage conditions require low pour point fuel; Grades No. 4 (Light) and No. 4 (Heavy) for use in commercial/industrial burners; and Grades No. 5 (Light), No. 5 (Heavy), and No. 6 for use in industrial burners. Preheating is usually required for handling and proper atomization. The grades of fuel oil shall be homogeneous hydrocarbon oils, free from inorganic acid, and free from excessive amounts of solid or fibrous foreign matter. Grades containing residual components shall remain uniform in normal storage and not separate by gravity into light and heavy oil components outside the viscosity limits for the grade. The grades of fuel oil shall conform to the limiting requirements prescribed for: (1) flash point, (2) water and sediment, (3) physical distillation or simulated distillation, (4) kinematic viscosity, (5) Ramsbottom carbon residue, (6) ash, (7) sulfur, (8) copper strip corrosion, (9) density, and (10) pour point. The test methods for determining conformance to the specified properties are given.

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To: SteveF who wrote (19590)2/29/2012 11:10:42 AM
From: streetscraper
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invert

Tuesday, February 28, 2012 11:00:47 PM
Re: the big guy post# 168226

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Quote" I am not a welder" Suggest you stick to what you know The welders on site at NF are some of the most professional I've met having worked in this field for some 40 years Hydrogen gas and sparks are a lethal mixture


This has to be the best post I have seen yet.

Yea like you can't get someone from from High school to do this? What welding on this need a pro.

It don't operate under no pressure and it plate steel. Oh my side hurts.

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To: streetscraper who wrote (19591)2/29/2012 11:23:23 AM
From: scion
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What's hard water? It's ice... my Mummy's a pole dance and heartless giraffes: Teachers reveal funniest exam answers EVER


Q. What is meant by the term 'hermaphrodite'? A. Lady Gaga
Q. What do we call the science of classifying living things? A. Racism

By Nick Enoch
Last updated at 2:59 PM on 29th February 2012 dailymail.co.uk 

For years, the 'Kung Fu' gland somehow escaped the attention of endocrinologists.

But one student has clearly found it... according to his hilarious answer to a biology exam question (complete with surreal sketch).

And what about the meaning of the term 'hermaphrodite'. That would, apparently, be 'Lady Gaga'.

Welcome to the wonderful world of Funnyexam.com - a website crammed with astonishingly bad answers given by students in both the UK and US.



More

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From: SteveF2/29/2012 11:28:32 AM
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Frank Coy is posting on iHub again today as LazySusan. Maybe someone will ask him how much his company is paid to promote JBII and why he doesn't disclose this.

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To: scion who wrote (19592)2/29/2012 11:30:07 AM
From: SteveF
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To: SteveF who wrote (19593)2/29/2012 11:42:01 AM
From: scion
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Just a guess, but maybe Frank Coy could pick one up for them.

LazySusan Wednesday, February 29, 2012 11:37:29 AM
Re: Reseller Mike post# 168361 Post # of 168366

Nah, I know one that is way better than anything I could come up with

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Reseller Mike Wednesday, February 29, 2012 11:35:51 AM
Re: LazySusan post# 168345 Post # of 168365

Just a guess, but maybe Frank Coy could pick one up for them.

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LazySusan Wednesday, February 29, 2012 11:06:41 AM
Re: arvitar post# 168343 Post # of 168365

Where does one get a plain vanilla processor so they can paint one up?

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To: scion who wrote (19595)2/29/2012 12:01:36 PM
From: scion
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Please don't stop -- the conspiracy theories involving you are absolutely priceless.

Swing
Rawnoc Wednesday, February 29, 2012 11:49:15 AM
Re: LazySusan post# 254095 Post # of 254100

Please don't stop -- the conspiracy theories involving you are absolutely priceless.

Just type "BOO!" sit back and relax with a bucket of popcorn and enjoy the show.

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