Evaluation of FM-9 antimisting kerosene variants

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  • Jet planes -- United States -- Fuel.,
  • Airplanes -- United States -- Fuel.,
  • Airplanes -- Fires and fire prevention -- United States.,
  • Aircraft fuels.,
  • Aircraft hazards.,
  • Antimisting fuels.,
  • Fire prevention.,
  • Jet engine fuels.,
  • Kerosene.

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  The ATSDR toxicological profile succinctly characterizes the toxicologic and adverse health effects information for the hazardous substance described here. Each peer-reviewed profile identifies and reviews the key literature that describes a hazardous substance's toxicologic properties. Other pertinent literature is also presented, but is described in less detail than the key studies. The present invention provides a method to detect kerosene adulteration in gasoline, motor spirit, aviation turbine fuel or diesel by tracking intrinsic sulphur molecule with the help of gas chromatography and analysis of sulphur compounds in petroleum fractions. In experiment described in Ref., the fuel was kerosene Jet-A1 containing 79 vol.% n-alkanes, 10 vol.% cycloalkanes and 11 vol.% aromatics. Flow rates of kerosene, oxygen, and nitrogen were adjusted to cm 3 /s, cm 3 /s, and cm 3 /s, respectively. The equivalence ratio was kept at Author: J. Allan Jones: J. Allan Jones obtained a Bachelor of Science degree () from Southern Methodist University and continued graduate studies there until , when he joined the Dallas County (Texas) Institute of Forensic Sciences Crime Laboratory as a firearm examiner.

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This report describes the results of an experimental effort on evaluation of FM-9 antimisting kerosene (Al'lK) variants developed by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) to improve the dissolution rate of mist suppression polymers in Jet A. Dissolution.

Get this from a library. Evaluation of FM-9 antimisting kerosene variants: final report. [A Yavrouian; Federal Aviation Administration Technical Center (U.S.); Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.);]. Antimisting Kerosene: Evaluation of Improved. FM-9 Additive. Yavrouian P. Parikh V.

Sorohia Jet Propulsion Laboratory. California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California. June This document is available to the U.S. public. through the National Technical Information.

Service, Springfield, Virginia US Deportment of. Fuel oil and kerosene sales [microform] Fuel oil and kerosene sales [electronic resource] Fuel oil and kerosene sales [electronic resource] Evaluation of FM-9 antimisting kerosene variants [microform]: final report / A.

Yavrouian [et al.] The care and operation of petrol engines kerosene. Evaluation of FM-9 antimisting kerosene (AMK) variants developed by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) to improve the dissolution rate of mist suppression polymers in Jet A is discussed.

The additive, ICI's FM-9, a high molecular-weight long chain polymer, when blended with Jet-A fuel, forms antimisting kerosene (AMK). AMK had demonstrated the capability to inhibit ignition and flame propagation of the released fuel in simulated impact tests.

AMK cannot be introduced directly into a gas turbine engine due to several possible problems such as clogging of filters.

This report discusses the evaluation of FM-9 variant which has a better dissolution rate and, consequently, better degradability and compatibility with engine filters and the fuel control system.

This additive is the latest development in the FM-9 variants formulations and was used in the Controlled Impact Demonstration (CID). Evaluation of FM-9 antimisting kerosene variants. Article. Oct ; Antimisting kerosene: evaluation of low-temperature performance.

Final report, March December Evaluation of FM9. These results are presented in this fashion in Fig 9. Nu x JET A * AMK *I XX O AMK #2 xx Boa I 09 09y o~0 Res Fig 8 Heat transfer results for antimisting kerosene and Jet A Solvent Reynolds number representation (AMK #1 0 `6 FM-9, 8 days old, AMK #2 0 FM-9, 2 days old, average of measurements between x/D = and   The FM-9 solution was supplied as a % concentration in JP Lower concentrations of additive were obtained by appropriate dilution with neat JP Upon comparing the FM-9 data with the PIB data it is evident that the mass median diameter decreases more rapidly for the FM-9 material than for the PIB as the concentration of additive decreases.

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Disclosure of this document outside the FAA must have prior approval. Evaluation of FM-9 Antimisting Kerosene Variants A. Yavrouian. Parikh. Bernal. Sarohia Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California.

September Final Report. This document is available to the U.S. public through the National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia US. *FM Distribution Restriction: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. *This manual supersedes TCdated 26 August C12H were used to represent kerosene, whereas C12H'9 was used to replace RP The simplistic nature of these one-formula fuel models makes them easy to use.

However, these simple formulas also present subtle problems when used in performance calculations. For example, when comparing to the physical-chemical properties of kerosene and RP. Kerosene is composed chiefly of hydrocarbons containing 12 or more carbon atoms per molecule.

The essential properties of kerosene are flash point, distillation range, burning characteristics, sulfur content, color, and cloud point.

Acids can be present in kerosene aviation turbine fuels due to acid treatment during refining. I used 2 kerosene heaters in my garage to keep it warm while we are out there. This has the same power as my 2- 10, btu heaters, and no smell. The tanks last a long time.

I used a 1/4 full tank for 2 weeks on high for about 2 hours a day. I would have filled my kerosene heaters at least 1 time during that time frame if not 2 times. The compatibility of antimisting kerosene (AMK) with a contemporary fuel system was evaluated, AMK made with the FM-9 additive to the base fuel was used throughout the program.

Tests were conducted to determine the effects AMK had on the components and system performance, and the effects components and the system had on the fuel. THE USE OF ANTIMISTING KEROSE!iE (AMK) IN TURBOJET ENGINES Harold W.

Schmidt NASA Lewis Research Center SUMMARY Test conducted by the FAA have demonstrated the crash-fire resistance of antimisting kerosene (AMK), a jet fuel containing an antimisting additive.

D Standard Specification for Kerosine fuel oils~ NoK Kerosene~ NoK Kerosene~. *This publication supersedes FM4 Novemberand FM2 July FM _____ ii Page Chapter 3 MUNITIONS SUPPLY PROCEDURES. Kerosene, flammable hydrocarbon liquid commonly used as a fuel. Kerosene is typically pale yellow or colourless and has a not-unpleasant characteristic odour.

It is obtained from petroleum and is used for burning in kerosene lamps and domestic heaters or furnaces, as a fuel or fuel component for. INDUSTRY STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR KEROSENE (ASTM D SUMMARY) 1-K 2-K Color (Saybolt No., minimum) Clear (+16) Clear (+16) Sulfur, % wt., max.

A Distillation Temp., °F 10% recovered, max. End Point, max. Flash Point, °F, minimum Freezing Point, °F, max.

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Summary of Test Methods. FM-9, (b) % FM-9 (c) % FM-9 (see text for discussion of pass/fail criterion). Figure Combustion temperatures for % FM-9 vs. peak airspeed measured with FCTA. Thermocouple located 25 cm downstream from torch (x/D = 10). Figure Reduced wing shear temperature vs.

downstream distance for Jet A. Figure The research program to develop and evaluate FM-9 came to be known as the antimisting kerosene (AMK) program. Inantimisting kerosene was considered "the concept that has the greatest potential for reducing post-crash fire risk" by a Special Aviation Fire and Explosion Reduction (SAFER) Advisory Committee (FAA, ).

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