Published: Jan 1991
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The vast network of international airlines and routes has developed as jet engines have been designed, upgraded, and perfected. Along with this remarkable improvement in power plants has been an accompanying growth in the use of petroleum and, in particular, the use of aviation turbine fuel. As we look to the future, what fuels will be important to the aviation industry? Further, what problems can we foresee with respect to thermal stability in the coming years?