Accession Number : AD0827051
Title : INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT FUEL EMULSIONS
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.
Corporate Author : ESSO RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING CO LINDEN NJ GOVERNMENT RESEARCH LAB
Personal Author(s) : Nixon, James ; Beerbower, Alan ; Philippoff, Wladimir ; Lorenz, Patricia A ; Wallace, Thomas J
PDF Url : AD0827051
Report Date : Nov 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 153
Abstract : This report summarizes work aimed at the formulation of JP-4 fuel emulsions which reduce the fire hazards associated with JP-4. Two fuel emulsions were formulated and completely characterized during the course of this program. Studies were also carried out to develop techniques for determining contamination, drop size, and a simple yield stress method for fuel emulsions. On the basis of the findings in this program, several recommendations have been made with respect to improving emulsion stability, atomization in nozzles, and yield stress retention.
Descriptors : *COLLOIDS, *JET ENGINE FUELS, AERIAL WARFARE, ATOMIZATION, AVIATION SAFETY, COMPATIBILITY, CONTAMINATION, DROPS, FIRES, FLAMMABILITY, FUEL ADDITIVES, HAZARDS, PARTICLE SIZE, RESPONSE, RHEOLOGY, SOLID JET ENGINE FUELS, STABILITY, STRESSES, TEST METHODS
Subject Categories : Fuels
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE