A Unique Method for Monitoring Cabin Air Pollution from Engine Oil in the EB-57D Aircraft
Final technical rept. Sep 1968-Jul 1970
AIR FORCE MATERIALS LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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A simple reliable method for monitoring engine oil pollution in aircraft cabin atmospheres is presented. The method involves use of a specially designed sampling device and a standard quantitative infrared spectroscopic procedure. The report describes the use of this device to evaluate an air decontamination system on the EB-57D aircraft. A catalytic filter has been recommended for use in the EB-57D aircraft to lower the oil content in the cabin atmosphere.
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