Accession Number : AD0284106

Title :   THE USE OF MOTOR FUELS AT LOW TEMPERATURES (PRIMENENIYE MOTORNYK TOPLIV PRI NIZKIKH TEMPERATURAKH)

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : ENGLIN,B.A.

Report Date : 07 AUG 1962

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : Contents: The influence of hydrocarbon composition and fuel viscosity on the operation of the fuel supply system engines Viscosity characteristics of hydrocarbons and various fuels at low temperatures Hydrocarbons that determine the crystallization temperature of various fuels The behavior of paraffinic hydrocarbons in fuels Structure formation and anomalies of fuel viscosity The influence of water dissolved in fuels The solubility of water in hydrocarbons and fuels Transition of micro-droplets of water which have separated from a fuel into ice crystals Mechanism of formation of ice crystals during storage and use of fuels The behavior of ice crystals in fuel Measures for preventing the formation of ice crystals in fuelAD-284 1069N6 +++A book describing the behavior of liquid jet, aviation, and diesel fuels at low temperatures and high altitudes. Ice from dissolved water.

Descriptors :   *AVIATION FUELS, *FUELS, *JET ENGINE FUELS, *PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, AIRPLANE ENGINES, CRYSTALLIZATION, DIESEL ENGINES, HYDROCARBONS, ICE, JET ENGINES, LIQUIDS, LOW TEMPERATURE RESEARCH, PHASE STUDIES, STRUCTURES, VISCOSITY, WATER

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE