Surface deposition within treated and untreated stainless-steel tubes resulting from thermal-oxidative degradation of jet fuel

Thammarat Doungthip, Jamie S. Ervin, Thomas A. Ward, Ted Williams, Steve Zabarnick

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Abstract

Jet fuel is used in military aircraft for purposes of cooling before it is burned in the combustor. As fuel flows through the fuel system, trace species within the heated fuel react with dissolved oxygen to form surface deposits. It has been observed that the surface material over which heated fuel flows can influence the surface deposition resulting from thermal-oxidative chemistry.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2002
Event224th American Chemical Society National Meeting - Boston, United States
Duration: 18 Aug 200222 Aug 2002
https://www.tib.eu/en/search/id/TIBKAT%3A355850656/Abstracts-of-papers-224th-ACS-national-meeting/

Conference

Conference224th American Chemical Society National Meeting
Abbreviated title224th ACS National Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityBoston
Period18/08/0222/08/02
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    Doungthip, T., Ervin, J. S., Ward, T. A., Williams, T., & Zabarnick, S. (2002). Surface deposition within treated and untreated stainless-steel tubes resulting from thermal-oxidative degradation of jet fuel. Paper presented at 224th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Boston, United States.