Combined diesel and gas - meaning and definition. What is Combined diesel and gas
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Combined diesel and gas         
Combined diesel and gas (CODAG) is a type of propulsion system for ships that need a maximum speed that is considerably faster than their cruise speed, particularly warships like modern frigates or corvettes.
derv         
  • [[Biodiesel]] made from [[soybean oil]]
  • Large diesel fuel tanks in [[Sörnäinen]], [[Helsinki]], [[Finland]]
  • does not mix]] with water. This picture also showcases the phenomenon of [[Thin-film interference]].
LIQUID FUEL USED IN DIESEL ENGINES
Petrodiesel; Gas oil; Diesel oil; Derv; DERV; Petroleum diesel; Dinodiesel; Disel fuel; Regular diesel; Fossil diesel; D2 Diesel; Synthetic diesel; Gazole (fuel); J-2 Diesel fuel; Vacuum gas oil
(also DERV)
¦ noun Brit. diesel oil for motor vehicles.
Origin
1940s: acronym from diesel-engined road-vehicle.
gas oil         
  • [[Biodiesel]] made from [[soybean oil]]
  • Large diesel fuel tanks in [[Sörnäinen]], [[Helsinki]], [[Finland]]
  • does not mix]] with water. This picture also showcases the phenomenon of [[Thin-film interference]].
LIQUID FUEL USED IN DIESEL ENGINES
Petrodiesel; Gas oil; Diesel oil; Derv; DERV; Petroleum diesel; Dinodiesel; Disel fuel; Regular diesel; Fossil diesel; D2 Diesel; Synthetic diesel; Gazole (fuel); J-2 Diesel fuel; Vacuum gas oil
¦ noun a type of fuel oil distilled from petroleum and heavier than paraffin oil.