Crash Fire Hazard Evaluation of Jet Fuels 720324

A fire hazard evaluation of jet fuels was performed by controlled laboratory test procedures, and the relative ignition characteristics of the fuels were analyzed under simulated survivable aircraft accidents where data previously were in adequate or did not exist. The tests included fuel release modes, ignition sources, and environmental conditions which normally occur during a crash. This report presents the details of the work performed, the data obtained, and the conclusions established.


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