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2 Oil Extraction

@inproceedings{Kemper20052OE,
  title={2 Oil Extraction},
  author={Timothy G. Kemper},
  year={2005}
}
By 184 B.C., the Romans developed more sophisticated technology such as edgerunner mills and screw and wedge presses. These technologies combined leverage and the use of animal power to aid in the milling and extraction of the oil. From Roman times until the eighteenth century, similar technology was used for oil extraction (1). In the eighteenth century, wind and water power largely replaced animal power to assist in oil extraction. Large wind-driven stamper mills became popular in Europe. The… 

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