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EI Research report: Joint industry project: Seeking original equipment manufacturer (OEM) approvals for 100 mg/kg fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) in aviation turbine fuel

During 2007-2013 the EI managed a Joint Industry Project to undertake the technical research required to gain the approval of engine and airframe manufacturers of up to 100 mg/kg fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) in jet fuel supplies. All of the FAME, fuel and hardware testing that was undertaken as part of the project is documented in "EI Research Report:  Joint Industry Project: Seeking original equipment manufacturer (OEM) approvals for 100 mg/kg fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) in aviation turbine fuel (February, 2014)". A pdf copy of the report can be requested from the EI by clicking here

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Physical description: A4 blue and white 783pp

Publisher: Energy Institute

Place of publication: London, England

Classification: 752 -

Subjects: Aviation fuel handling - FAME - Aviation fuel -

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