Its a design problem. Ideally there shouldn't be.
How gasoline causes chapping?
The unburned gasoline accumulated in the crankcase is recirculated by the PCV valve to the intake air and burned again. The unburned gasoline in the exhaust reacts inside the catalytic converter, making carbon dioxide and water.
The crankcase is full of gasoline. The reason for this is because of a problem with the needle in the carburetor. It allows gasoline to continue flowing into the combustion chamber even when the engine isn't running. An easy fix for this is to install a fuel shutoff valve in the fuel line close to the carburetor.
Excessive revving of an engine causes overpressure in the crankcase. It causes unhealthy expansion in the pistons and the valves.
Not knowing what vehicle and engine you have you may have a faulty fuel pump leaking gasoline into the engine crankcase.
A liquid is transformed in a gas.
What causes a car to move is gasoline.
Assuming you mean what causes engine coolant getting into the crankcase oil, most commonly a bad head gasket or a cracked head is the culprit.
open crankcase ventilation and closed crankcase ventilation.
pree ignition timing is advanced
What causes a gasoline odor in a car
Yes, but they make it into gasoline first. Crude oil is not the oil you put in the crankcase. That is oil that is refined from crude oil and then additives are added.
crankcase oil is the oil in the engine .some call it crankcase oil some call it engine oil
Combustion pressure getting past the piston into the crankcase. Worn rings or failed piston are normal causes.
Oil, Gasoline, Sewage,pesticides, etc.
Octane is a chemical in gasoline that causes it to burn well... copper won't do anything... octane is a natural gas... uh... what? no!
the valves or rings are allowing compression blow by to enter the crankcase which causes excess pressure that is brought to the carburetor by the breather tube. your engine is getting tired or you have too much oil in the crankcase.
It is flooding liquid back to the crankcase
There are many things that can cause gasoline to go bad. Time (decrease in volatility), oxidation, or water contamination are all culprits.
gasoline, car exhaust, burning tires, fossil fuels
Crankcase is a generic name for the entire internal engine.
In crankcase filter box
Crankcase - Transformers - was created in 1989.