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How fuel separators work [Physics]
posted April 9 2013 20:09.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Its a fact - crud oil is dirty, very dirty. A ship's tank contains oil, water, soil and many other impurities that would be harmful if not catastrophic for its engines. There is a very efficient and effective way to separate the oil from the other impurities without having to change filters all the time. It is called centrifugal separation and here is how it works (demonstrated with a neat experiment)



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