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Today's jet fuels must adhere to tight specifications. Quality of fuel remains a prime concern. Thermal stability and lubricity are of great importance but pose problems as they tend to be mutually exclusive. Research continues in both areas in the search for improvements. Details the NATO...
Argues that new military aircraft will benefit from a fuel control system that is technically superior to that of the present day, and is also geared to match the yettobeintroduced maritime patrol aircraft, Nimrod 2000's aircraftengine combination. Charts the case of RoSEC, a company formed in...
Fluids management may be defined as the routeing and confinement of fluids, often under extremes of temperature, pressure and working environment. One of the most critical areas of this technology is the supply and transfer of liquids in aerospace fuel systems. Development of fluids management...
Discusses the requirements for refuelling civil airliners, particularly under pressure refuelling. Analyses the problems that can arise and demonstrates how advancing technology has changed the appearance and efficiency of many components, particularly with reference to the control panel....
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