Aviation Fuels Property Prediction App

This technology has been validated at FLORE testing center at Purdue Researchers at Purdue University have developed a application for rapid determination of aviation fuel properties. Current tests are time consuming and require large volumes of fuel for testing. The application created by Purdue researchers works in conjunction with a 2D chromatography to accurately determine fuel properties including density, viscosity, net of heat combustion, flash point, and freezing point. The program has been tested in Purdue University’s Fuel Laboratory of Renewable Energy (FLORE). This cost-efficient solution can be easily integrated into aeronautic and military/defense applications. William D Buchanan wdbuchanan@prf.org 765-588-3584

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