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Synonyms for distil

Synonyms for distil

undergo condensation

extract by the process of distillation

undergo the process of distillation

give off (a liquid)

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For each example we have considered, we measured the thermodynamically consistent distillation curve and a moiety family analysis as a function of distillate volume fraction.
Prior to any distillation measurement, the fluid was analyzed by a gas chromatographic method to characterize the fluid and to allow us to optimize the distillation measurement.
The required volume of fluid for the distillation curve measurement (in each case 200 mL) was placed into the boiling flask with a 200 mL volumetric pipette.
Since the measurements of the distillation curves were performed at ambient atmospheric pressure (measured with an electronic barometer), temperature readings were corrected for what should be obtained at standard atmospheric pressure (1 atm = 101.
During the measurement of the distillation curves of this fluid, both the kettle and head temperatures were recorded ([T.
The average measured distillation curve data (that is, the temperature data grid) for STP Diesel Fuel Injector Treatment.
While the gross examination of the distillation curves is instructive and valuable for many fluid science purposes, the composition channel of the advanced approach can provide even greater understanding and information content, and this is especially relevant to visualizing the weathering pattern.
The samples collected during the distillation can be used for analyses at any desired level of detail.
The first stage of their approach is the development of preliminary designs for complex systems based on conventional distillation columns (see Figures 1 to 4).
The SVD technique requires a transfer function matrix (G in Equation (1)) around the optimum design of the distillation sequences, and registering the dynamic responses of products composition.
To compare the dynamic behaviour of the integrated arrangements with the conventional sequence, two five-component mixture of n-butane, n-pentane, n-hexane, n-heptane, and n-octane (mixture 1) and n-butane, isopentane, n-pentane, n-hexane, and n-heptane (mixture 2) were considered (examples of the light ends separation section of a crude distillation plant), with a feed flow rate of 45.
The theoretical control properties of conventional and thermally coupled distillation sequences were obtained.
One more time, we can say that complex distillation sequence offers better conditioning properties against model uncertainties and process disturbances than the conventional columns.
CS-4 arrangement present higher values of the minimum singular value and lower condition number for the whole frequency range; therefore, it can be expected that CS-4 system exhibit better control properties than the other sequence under feedback control and it is better conditioned to the effect of disturbances than the other distillation scheme.
According to previous studies in thermally coupled distillation sequences (Cardenas et al.