Aviation Fuel: Thermal Stability Requirements, Issue 1138

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ASTM International, 1992 - Airplanes - 163 pages
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For technical readers in the aviation and fuel industries, and in testing laboratories, explores the history and philosophy of the thermal stability of aviation fuel, and considerations during the fuel's manufacture, storage and transport, use, and assessment. The 13 papers, representing a number of
 

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Contents

Thermal Stability Testing of Aviation Turbine FuelA Historyk h strauss
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Physicochemical Aspects of Aviation Fuel Thermal StabilityR n hazlett
18
Air Frame Considerations in Fuel Thermal Stability for Commercial Supersonic
34
High Temperature Fuel Requirements and Payoffsb m croswell
57
Fuel Thermal Stability Outlook for GE Aircraft Engines in 1991t f lyon
73
The Effect of Manufacturing Processes on Aviation Turbine Fuel Thermal Stability
80
The Effect of Manufacturing Processes on Aviation Turbine Fuel Thermal
90
Critical Review of the JFTOTG datschefski 97
109
Measures of Fuel Thermal StabilityWhich Answer is CorrectR H clark
115
Development of a Jet Fuel Thermal Stability Flow Device Which Employs Direct
138
An Automated Device to Quantitatively Measure Thermal Deposits from JFTOT
151
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