1946-01-01

A PETROLEUM ENGINEER LOOKS at AIRCRAFT FUELS 460195

IF the refiner is to succeed in blending good, low-cost aircraft fuels from the hundreds of components now available to him, these authors point out that it will be necessary for the aircraft and oil industries to cooperate in determining actual fuel performance requirements.
To help reach this goal, the authors present here an extensive discussion of the factors affecting the performance of the fuel-engine combination; namely, power, economy, and reliability (including safety).

SAE MOBILUS

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