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Experimental analysis of injection characteristics using biodiesel fuel
Breda Kegl, Aleš Hribernik, 2006, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: This paper deals with injection characteristics using different fuels at different fuel temperatures. The fuels under consideration are neat biodiesel from rapeseed oil and some blends with diesel as well as neat mineral diesel D2. The fuel and fuel temperature influences are investigated experimentally in the mechanically controlled diesel fuel injection M system. At first, attention is focused on the injection characteristics, especially on fuelling, mean injection rate, mean injection pressure, injection timing, injection delay, and injection duration, which influence the most important engine characteristics. Furthermore, the influence of fuel temperature is investigated. On the basis of the measurements of pressure drop through the fuel filter, the minimum fuel temperature for safe engine operation is determined.
Ključne besede: internal combustion engines, fuel blends, biodiesel fuel, temperature influence, injection characteristics
Objavljeno: 31.05.2012; Ogledov: 1025; Prenosov: 43
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The Use of Blends in English: A Corpus Analysis
Bernarda Škafar, 2016, diplomsko delo

Opis: Blending is a word-formation process where a new word is made by combining two or more words. The newly created word is called a blend or a portmanteau word. There are many patterns by which blends are formed. When coining the new word, at least one of the source words has to be shortened. Blends are therefore formed by using fragments of source words. These fragments are called splinters. Besides shortening, blends can also be formed by retaining both source words if they share common sounds or letters. While many blends become a part of everyday language, some blends quickly disappear after the initial popularity. The graduation thesis is divided into two parts – theoretical and empirical. The first part is mainly concerned with the theoretical background of the blending process and word-formation in general. It also describes The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) in more detail. The empirical part is based on a corpus analysis, where we research the usage of blends in contemporary English by analysing a selected list of blends from The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA).
Ključne besede: word-formation, blending, blends, clipping, overlapping
Objavljeno: 12.09.2016; Ogledov: 513; Prenosov: 58
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