Availability and cost estimate of a high naphthene, modified aviation turbine fuel
- Prok, George M.
- Apr 1, 1988.
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- Information from an Air Force study was used to determine the potential availability and cost of a modified conventional fuel with a naphthene content which could have a thermal stability near that of JP-7 for high-speed civil transports. Results showed sufficient capacity for a fuel made of a blend of 50 percent naphthenic straight run kerosene and 50 percent hydrocracked product, assuming a near-term requirement of 210,000 BBL per day. Fuel cost would be as low as 62.5 to 64.5 cents per gallon, assuming 20 dollars per barrel for crude.
- Document ID: 19880011071.
Accession ID: 88N20455.
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