RSME

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RSMEReal Sociedad Matemática Española (Spain)
RSMERoot Mean Square Error
RSMERoyal School of Military Engineering (UK MoD)
RSMEResearch Studies in Music Education
RSMEReading Society of Model Engineers (Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA)
RSMERemediation Services for Microsoft Excel
RSMERapeseed Methyl Ester
RSMERegistered Somatic Movement Educator
RSMERyedale Society of Model Engineers (UK)
RSMERating Scale for Mental Effort
RSMERomanian Society of Mechanical Engineers
RSMERand Society of Model Engineers
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Supply of rapeseed methyl ester (RME) as fuel for the engine cogeneration (MHKW) in the property of the German Bundestag in Berlin-Mitte.
After over 2,000 hours in rapeseed methyl ester diesel (B20 RME diesel) at 140 degC, Lanxess says the Therban test pieces exhibited better tensile elongation and tear strength than those made of fluororubbers.
Nwafor OMI and Rice G (1995) reported that unburnt hydrocarbon emission was lower when operated with rapeseed methyl ester [63].
Heat of combustion for various diesel fuels [95] Fuel Relative heat of combustion, % PDF 100 Soybean methyl ester 85 Rapeseed methyl ester 86 Tallow methyl ester 89.
The power to be allocated comprises the flexible delivery - according to the individual retrieval of the client (per week about 3 to 4 individual schedules) - from rapeseed methyl ester for the motor thermal power stations of the client by the contractor free storage containers and filling.
Rapeseed methyl ester (RME) complying with requirements set for standard LST EN 14214:2003.
5 million liters of rapeseed methyl ester (RME) with higher quality standards as DIN EN 20214 as fuel for the engine heat and power plants in the estate of the German Bundestag in Berlin for a term of one year.
However, various melted content of glycerol regularly participating in rapeseed methyl ester content can be an occasion of the foul-up of the diesel engine.
The experiment was carried out using a blend of mineral diesel (D) and rapeseed methyl ester (RME) with dehydrated ethanol (E) additives as a fuel.