Trace components of aviation turbine fuels and exhausts.
Hurn RW; Vogh JW; Cox FW; Seizinger DE
Proc 2D Conf on Climatic Impact Assessment Program 1972 Nov; :194-198
The objective of this work is to provide information on the amounts of nonhydrocarbon materials that may be present in aviation turbine fuels. A secondary objective is to determine the degree and manner in which trace components of the fuel can be associated with turbine emissions. Analysis of aviation turbine fuel samples gathered from four international airports is also presented.
Proc. 2D Conf. on Climatic Impact Assessment Program, Nov. 1972, Dept. of Trans., PP. 194-198
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