Published: Jan 1991
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We have seen in the previous chapters that thermal oxidation stability of jet fuels has a history stretching back 35 years. In fact, this fuel property demonstrated its importance soon after jet engines were installed on a significant scale as aircraft power plants. This chapter will highlight that history and make some recommendations to guide future programs in thermal stability.