1950-01-01

Application of Equilibrium Air Distillation to Gasoline Performance Calculations 500164

REPORTED here is the present status of equilibrium air distillation as applied to gasoline performance calculations.
Equilibrium air distillation is the type of vaporization occurring when a liquid fuel and its vapor and air are in equilibrium.
Data on the EAD characteristics of fuels can be used to help in dealing with the problems of preparing combustible air/fuel vapor mixtures from the supplied air/liquid fuel mixtures.

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