SEDL / STP / STP751-EB
Distillate Fuel Stability and Cleanliness
Stavinoha LL, Henry CP
This book contains papers which cover current and future needs for tests to predict and monitor the stability and cleanliness, requirements for various applications; anticipated trends, future fuels, fuel distribution problems, microbiological contamination, test methods for stability and cleanliness, and refinery processes which improve stability.
Table of Contents
Henry C., Stavinoha L.
Accelerated Stability Test Techniques for Middle Distillate Fuels
Stavinoha L., Westbrook S.
The du Pont F21 149°C (300°F) Accelerated Stability Test
Correlation of Long-Term Storage and Accelerated Stability Tests
Garner M., White E.
A Fuel Oil Distributor's Experience with Contaminated No. 2 Fuel Oil
Kallio N., Stieber A.
Navy Needs and Experience with Distillate Fuel Stability and Cleanliness
Boyle J., Layne R., McGee T., White E.
Stability of Diesel Fuels Made from Shale Oil
Irish G., Richardson R.
Future Distillate Fuels: What, When, Where, and How Stable?
Brinkman D., White E.
Stabilization of No. 2 Fuel Oils with Caustic Treating and Additives
Powers E., Wotring W.
Army Needs for Diesel Fuel Stability and Cleanliness
LePera M., Stavinoha L., Westbrook S.
Microbial Contamination of Ship Fuels
Hannan P., Klemme D., Neihof R., Patouillet C.
Microbiological Contamination of Fuels During Storage
Storage Stability Trends for Distillate Fuels: Panel Discussion
Paper ID: STP751-EB
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