Evaluation of Fatty Acid Methyl Ester (FAME) Contamination on the Thermal Stability Characteristics of Military Jet Fuels (JP-8 And JP-5)
Technical Report,01 Sep 2013,01 Dec 2013
Fuels and Energy Branch (AFRL/RQTF), Turbine Engine Div, AFRL, Aerospace Systems Dir Wright-Patterson Air Force Base United States
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A series of Advanced Reduced Scale Fuel System Simulator ARSFSS Runs evaluating the impact of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters FAME contamination on the thermal stability of a Jet A additized with a military package of additives, a JP-8 and a JP-5, were accomplished. BFA wetted-wall temperature change profiles were obtained and carbon deposition was measured. It is therefore generally concluded that FAME has no significant impact on either Jet A with the military package of additives or JP-8 or JP-5, although the data is less conclusive for the JP-5 than for the Jet A with the military package of additives and the JP-8.