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HFOHeavy Fuel Oil
HFOHaas Factory Outlet (machine tool distributor; Twinsburg, OH)
HFOHigh Frequency Oscillator
HFOHole Full of Oil (oil exploration slang)
HFOHydrofluoro-Olefin (refrigerant)
HFOHealth Force Ontario (Canada)
HFOHonolulu Forecast Office (National Weather Service; Hawaii)
HFOHeavy Furnace Oil
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One reason that HFO is becoming a popular alternative to diesel is that it's cheaper in some markets.
On behalf of HFO, Mrs Beatrice Naa Koshi Olenu, District Education Director, commended the DCE for the infrastructure, and, like Oliver Twist authored by Charles Dickens, she asked for more of such conducive classrooms for the pupils in the district.
"This type of property is very rare for the Portland-metro area and the Pacific Northwest," HFO partner Greg Frick stated.
The RAS is divided into five categories (0: clear lung fields, 1: plate-like atelectasis or slight infiltration, 2: partial atelectasis, 3: lobar atelectasis, and 4: bilateral atelectasis), and chest X-rays were evaluated by a single radiologist who was blinded to mask [O.sub.2] and HFO outcomes.
Economic considerations drive HFO's popularity, but it is now widely understood that its environmental and human costs outweigh the benefits.
In 2016, the United States and Canada announced a "phase down" in the use of HFO in vessels operating in the Arctic.
The seller was Alexander Loop LLC of Portland, owned by a partnership managed by Walter Bowen, HFO said.
It has been documented that HFO may ameliorate the atherogenic lipid profile, platelet hyper aggregation and the anti-oxidative defense of STZ-diabetic rats [14].
They were then divided randomly into the following low [omega]-3 PUFA (LFO) and high [omega]-3 PUFA (HFO) groups as depicted in Table 1.
Aerosol Propellant Market by Type (DME, HFC, HFO, Other Hydrocarbons, and Others), by Application (Personal Care, Household, Medical, and Others), and by Region - Global Forecast to 2020
Taking advantage of MARPOL rule MEPC.1/Circ.642, it was designed to let ship owners and operators reuse the HFO fraction of waste oil.
The tri-fuel plant can run on heavy fuel oil (HFO), light fuel oil (LFO) and natural gas.