Published: Jan 1991
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The importance of thermal oxidation led to the realization that fuels must be qualified in order to meet the thermal requirements for use in jet aircraft. This property is controlled by the composition of the fuel, including fuel additives and contaminants, and by the exposure conditions in an aircraft fuel system.