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    Fuel System Contaminants: An Introduction

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    The relative decline of distillate fuel quality in the United States over the past several years has been discussed in many recent publications [16]. This decline has taken the form of lower cetane numbers, heavier fuels, poorer stability characteristics, and poorer cold weather characteristics [7]. These factors combined with increasing demands made by economical realities, environmental concerns and equipment refinements, have placed a heavy burden on both the suppliers and users of fuel.


    fuel contaminants, air, water, fuels, storage tanks

    Author Information:

    Chesneau, HL
    President, Fuel Quality Services Inc., Buford, GA

    Committee/Subcommittee: D02.E0

    DOI: 10.1520/STP10036S