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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gel_point_(petroleum)

Gel point is the temperature at which diesel or biodiesel fuel freezes solid and can no longer flow by gravity or be pumped through fuel lines. This phenomenon  ...

www.quora.com/What-is-the-freezing-point-for-gasoline

When the outside temperature is -40 F, is there any chance that the ... Gasoline doesn't have a "freezing point" exactly. Neither does diesel, or ...

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Well, gasoline doesn't really have just one freezing temperature, and in fact, gasoline isn't made out of just one kind of molecule, but many ...

www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=36085.0

How cold must it become before diesel and petrol begin to freeze?

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Jan 17, 2004 ... So by freezing, you mean, when does it turn solid? ... The flash point of gasoline is about -97F, meaning that it will still burn at 97 degrees below ...

www.reference.com/science/freezing-point-gasoline-422d4cd4928e35f1

Gasoline may freeze at temperatures between negative 40 degrees Fahrenheitand negative 58 F. The exact freezing temperature depends on the properties of ...

www.reference.com/science/temperature-gasoline-freeze-58d8cb33084b36eb

There is no single freezing temperature for gasoline. Gasoline is made out of different molecules, or hydrocarbons, and these components each have different  ...

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Gas lines can freeze but it has to be pretty cold and it will only freeze if ... at what point gasoline, brake fluid, water/anti-freeze, and transmission ...

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Aug 31, 2009 ... This is me and my friend Tyler and his dad trying to freeze gasoline with the coolent you use to recharge a cars air conditioner. it didn't work by ...

aviation.stackexchange.com/questions/2185/how-do-aircraft-keep-fuel-from-freezing-while-in-flight

For example: at 36,000 feet the standard outside air temperature is -56.5°C (-69.7 °F) and is well below Jet-A's freezing point of -40°C/F.