SEDL / STP / STP1005-EB
Distillate Fuel: Contamination, Storage, and Handling
Chesneau HL, Dorris MM
Covers types and effects of fuel contamination, prediction and detection of contamination problems in distillate fuels, and prevention techniques and procedures in delaing with contaminated fuel systems. Combines actual field experiences and solutions with laboratory work. A practical approach to dealing with fuel contamination problems.
For fuel producers, distributors, and end-users.
Table of Contents
Fuel System Contaminants: An Introduction
Microbes in Fuel: An Overview with a Naval Perspective
Identification and Control of Microbial Growth in Fuel Handling Systems
Microbiological Contamination: Evaluation of Some Sampling and Laboratory Analytical Methods
Brown R., Hebda A., Jones G., Morchat R.
Methodology for Identification of Diesel Fuel System Contaminants Related to Problems in the Field
Barbee J., LePera M., Mengenhauser J., Stavinoha L., Westbrook S.
Causes of Color Change and Sediment Formation in Navy Distillate Fuels
Bhan O., Brinkman D., Carley B., Green J.
Effects of an Unstable Diesel Fuel on Injector Coking and Vehicle Performance
Fuel Filter Plugging by Insoluble Sediment in Diesel Fuels
Factors to Consider in Testing Biocides for Distillate Fuels
Riha V., Rossmoore H., Rossmoore L., Wireman J.
Additives for Middle Distillate and Kerosine Fuels
The Defense Fuel Supply Center's (DFSC) Quality Assurance Program
Method of Managing Long-Term Diesel Fuel Integrity
Goldwire A., McGaughey L., Melton P.
Quality Control for Diesel Fuel in Long-Term Emergency Storage
Effective Treatment of Microbially Contaminated Fuel Storage Tanks
Dorris M., Pitcher D.
Effects of Unstable and Microbially Contaminated Fuel on Vehicle Operations: A Diesel Fuel Preventive Maintenance Program
Fuel Quality Program for Long-Term Storage of Gas Turbine Distillate Fuel in Large Tanks
Paper ID: STP1005-EB
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