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Sigma KEE - Asphalt

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(disjoint Asphalt FossilFuel) Economy.kif 5954-5954 Asphalt est disjoint de FossilFuel
(documentation Asphalt EnglishLanguage "Asphalt is a highly viscous liquid that occurs naturally in most crude petroleums. Asphalt can be separated from the other components in crude oil (such as naphtha, gasoline and diesel) by the process of fractional distillation, usually under vacuum conditions. Both tars and asphalts are classified as bitumens, a classification that includes all materials entirely soluble in carbon disulphide. Asphalt is commonly used in roofing shingles, and combined with mineral aggregate to make asphalt concrete for making roads. (definition from Wikipedia)") Economy.kif 5955-5962
(subclass Asphalt RefinedPetroleumProduct) Economy.kif 5953-5953 Asphalt est une sous-classe de RefinedPetroleumProduct

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(industryProductType AsphaltPavingRoofingAndSaturatedMaterialsManufacturing Asphalt) Economy.kif 1846-1846 industryProductType AsphaltPavingRoofingAndSaturatedMaterialsManufacturing and Asphalt
(termFormat ChineseLanguage Asphalt "沥青") domainEnglishFormat.kif 8700-8700
(termFormat ChineseTraditionalLanguage Asphalt "瀝青") domainEnglishFormat.kif 8699-8699
(termFormat EnglishLanguage Asphalt "asphalt") domainEnglishFormat.kif 8698-8698


        (instance ?RUNWAY Runway)
        (surface ?SURFACE ?RUNWAY)
        (instance ?SURFACE Asphalt))
    (instance ?RUNWAY PavedRunway))
Transportation.kif 1324-1329


        (instance ?RUNWAY PavedRunway)
        (surface ?SURFACE ?RUNWAY))
        (instance ?SURFACE Asphalt)
        (instance ?SURFACE Concrete)))
Transportation.kif 1316-1322

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