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Survey of Trace Metals in Distillate Fuels.

Authors
Ward-CC
Source
ASTM Special Tech Pub 531 1973 :133-138
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NIOSHTIC No.
10010857
Abstract
The amounts of trace metals in distillate fuels are receiving increased attention, especially those of metals that cause corrosion of gas turbine blades. Published information on the level of trace metals in distillate fuels is scarce, so members of section d02.E on burner, diesel, and gas turbine fuels oils of ASTM committee d-2 on petroleum products and lubricants agreed to pool information available in individual laboratories. Twelve laboratories furnished data on 408 samples of kerosines, diesel fuels, burner fuels, aviation turbine fuels, and gas turbine fuels. Data on trace metals content included that of sodium, potassium, vanadium, calcium, lead, magnesium, and copper. Some laboratories did not report data on all metals. This survey to pool information available on the amountsof trace metals in random samples of distillate fuels does not lend itself to statistical treatment of the data. However, it does show that the level of trace metals in currently produced distillate fuels is much lower than the amounts presently allowed in ASTM specification for gas turbine oils (d 2880-71).
Publication Date
19730101
Document Type
OP;
Fiscal Year
1973
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS Price
Identifying No.
OP 64-74
Source Name
ASTM, Special Tech. Pub. 531, 1973, PP. 133-138
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