Field Evaluation of the Sidestream Sensors for Filter/Separators and Clay Filters.
COORDINATING RESEARCH COUNCIL INC ATLANTA GA
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In response to a 1977 survey conducted by the ASTM D 02.J Subcommittee on Aviation Fuels to assess industry needs in fuel handling, the CRC WaterFuel Separation Characteristics Group identified six requirements for test methods which CRC should consider 1. surfactants in fuel 2. surfactants in the aqueous phase 3. filterseparator conditions 4. filterseparator life 5 clay filter condition and 6 Clay filter life. The Group had received a report from one panel that examined test methods for surfactants in water. The last four test needs became the objectives of a panel, established in 1980, to examine the Exxon Filter Sidestream Sensor as CRC research techniques for these purposes. Membership of the Panel and a corresponding working group of the Institute of Panel and a corresponding working group of the Institute of Petroleum which also evaluated the Sidestream Sensor appear in Appendix A.