Guiding Framework for Feasibility Evaluation of Localised Production and Drop in Blending of Aviation Turbine Fuel with Bio Derivatives for Non-civilian Air Bases 2011-01-2792
The potential for small scale local production of Bio fuel derivatives and their partial blending with aviation turbine fuel in non-civilian bases has been investigated. A feasibility study on technical readiness levels for process viability is presented in the paper. Demand side analysis for various blend mixes and corresponding requirement for production facilities and land area requirements are performed. Sustainable production and blending operations are the basis for selection of key performance indicators for the air base. Guiding framework and readiness evaluation processes are delineated for the base. Qualitative inference is combined with quantitative scoring system within the framework.
Citation: Chandra Babu, C., Varadarajan, V., gupta, A., and kundapur, A., "Guiding Framework for Feasibility Evaluation of Localised Production and Drop in Blending of Aviation Turbine Fuel with Bio Derivatives for Non-civilian Air Bases," SAE Technical Paper 2011-01-2792, 2011, https://doi.org/10.4271/2011-01-2792. Download Citation
C K Chandra Babu, Venugopal Varadarajan, Ashish gupta, Ashish kundapur
BMS College of Engineering
Aerospace Technology Conference and Exposition
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