Jet fuel, aviation turbine fuel (ATF), or avtur, is a type of aviation fuel designed for
use in aircraft ... Very low temperature freezing points reduce the availability of
fuel. Higher flash point ...
Mar 12, 2014 ... On aircraft which fly above 30,000 feet, the temperature can often can get to
temperatures below Jet-A's freezing point. For example: at 36,000 ...
The freezing point of an aviation fuel is the lowest temperature at which the fuel
remains free of solid hydrocarbon crystals that can restrict the flow of fuel.
vey (4) stated that freezing point was the key, or limiting, property in their jet fuel
production. Relaxed specification fuels with higher final boiling temperatures ...
This table is full of information about Jet Fuel. ... only available in the U.S.A. It has
the same flash point as Jet A-1 but a higher freeze point maximum (-40°C).
web.anl.gov/PCS/acsfuel/preprint archive/Files/26_3_NEW YORK_08-81_0178.pdf
freezing points for Air Force fuels (JP-4 and JP-8 Aviation Turbine. Fuels, MIL-T-
5624L ... The low temperature properties of a jet fuel (freezing point, pour point ...
4.1 The freezing point of an aviation fuel is the lowest temperature at which the
fuel remains free of solid hydrocarbon crystals that can restrict the flow of fuel ...
Jet A and Jet A-1 are kerosene-type fuels. The primary difference between the
two is freeze point, the temperature at which wax crystals disappear in a ...
difference between the two fuels is that Jet A-1 has a lower maximum freezing
point than Jet A. (Jet A: –40°C, Jet A-1: –47°C). The lower freezing point makes ...
The Jet A fuel specification limits the freezing point to a maximum of –40°C; the
Jet A-1 limit is –47°C maximum. In Russia, the fuels are TS-1 and RT, which have