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FTIR analysis of aviation fuel deposits

FTIR analysis of aviation fuel deposits

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Published by Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airplanes -- Fuel.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLarry S. Helmick and Gary T. Seng.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 83773.
    ContributionsSeng, Gary T., Lewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17802039M

    The gravimetric jet fuel total oxidation tester (JFTOT) was developed several years ago to provide JFTOT conditions which measure quantitatively the solid/deposit products formed in aviation fuels. The gravimetric JFTOT has now been used to measure these products in a small set of typical diesel fuels. ERASPEC - Spectral Fuel Analysis in Seconds. It’s all about pushing a button: ERASPEC is the leading fully automated mid FTIR Spectrometer for multi-fuel analysis. Gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and biofuels are measured within 60 seconds.

    The total scope of FTIR applications is extensive. Some of the more common applications are: As an example, numerous components on automobiles are ideal for FTIR analysis: epoxies, oil coatings on parts, fuel, rubber seals and o-rings, tires, paints, fabrics . Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is a technique used to obtain an infrared spectrum of absorption or emission of a solid, liquid or gas. An FTIR spectrometer simultaneously collects high-spectral-resolution data over a wide spectral range. This confers a significant advantage over a dispersive spectrometer, which measures intensity over a narrow range of wavelengths at a time.

    Fourier Transform-Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) is an analytical technique used to identify organic (and in some cases inorganic) materials. This technique measures the absorption of infrared radiation by the sample material versus wavelength. The infrared absorption bands identify molecular components and .   The application of principal component analysis by interval method (iPCA) made it possible to locate the best spectral intervals for the separation of samples of biodiesel using UATR-FTIR spectra data. In light of the results obtained in the FTIR, the SIMCA modeling allowed for the % classification of the soybean biodiesel by:


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Analysis of fuel deposits. Modes for both bulk and surface analyses were desired. Although the absorption mode required relatively large quantles of deposit, it was selected for continued use because it was the only mode which provided bulk analyses.

Of the surface analysis techniques, attenuated totalFile Size: KB. FTIR ANALYSIS OF AVIATION FUEL DEPOSITS Larry S. Helm1ck* and Gary T. Seng Nat1onal Aeronaut1cs and Space Admin1strat1on Lew1s Research Center Cleveland, Oh1o SUMMARY Five modes of operat1on (absorpt1on, em1ssion, single reflectance, at­.

FTIR analysis of aviation fuel deposits. [Larry S Helmick; Gary T Seng; Lewis Research Center.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.

Create Book\/a>, bgn:Microform\/a>, schema. Five modes of operat1on (absorpt1on, em1ssion, single reflectance, attenuated total reflectance, and photoacoust1c) of a N1colet Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer have been 1nvest1gated in order to determ1ne which modes were most su1table for qualitative analysis of jet fuel : Larry S.

Helmick, Gary T. Seng. Five modes of operat1on (absorpt1on, em1ssion, single reflectance, attenuated total reflectance, and photoacoust1c) of a N1colet Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer have been 1nvest1gated in order to determ1ne which modes were most su1table for qualitative analysis of jet fuel depos1ts.

Using primarily the absorption and emission modes, the effects of fuel type, stress temperature, stress time, type of spiking agent, spiking agent concentration, fuel flow, and post-depositional treatment on the chemical nature of fuel deposits have been determinedAuthor: L.

Helmick and G. Seng. AIREX: FTIR analysis of aviation fuel deposits Five modes of operation of the Nicolet Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer have been evaluated for application in analysis of the chemical structure of accelerated storage/thermal deposits produced by jet fuels.

ATR-FTIR analysis of C5 asphaltenes from ten different crude and heavy fuel oils. Visual and peak height ratio comparisons of asphaltene FTIR spectra. % discrimination of all ten oil samples was achieved using this by: Analysis of Twenty-Two Performance Properties of Diesel, Gasoline, and Jet Fuels Using a Field-Portable Near-Infrared (NIR) Analyzer.

Applied Spectroscopy70 (5), Cited by: FTIR is a recognised technique for lubrication analysis and is recommended by many international testing bodies as discussed in this article: Used-Oil Analysis Using a Portable FTIR Spectrometer.

Image Source: FTIR. Fuel Analysis with the Agilent Series FTIR: Monitoring Refinery Formulation to Ensure the Production of FAME-Free Marine Diesel Fuel Authors Pik Leung Tang Agilent Technologies, Inc. Edinburgh, Scotland UK Alan Rein Agilent Tech nologies, Inc. Danbury, CT Application Note Introduction Biodiesel (FAME) is increasingly used in diesel fuel.

FTIR analysis and monitoring of synthetic aviation engine oils. Two-dimensional IR correlation analysis was employed to investigate and interpret observed trends in the spectra, as acid was formed and antioxidant species were depleted in the oils, as a function of aging and engine wear. the use of FTIR spectrometry to monitor fuel and Cited by: Fuel Thermal Oxidation Tester (JFTOT) is used to test the thermal oxidation stability of aviation fuel according to ASTM D It has been used by number of workers [5,8] to investigate IDID formation.

When used with diesel, the test fuel is passed over a heated metal test piece and can be thought to simulate fuel passing through a diesel. Biodiesel Analysis Increased use of Biodiesel.

Many countries allow or require biodiesel in regular diesel Some states allow up to 3% biodiesel in diesel without disclosure Biodiesel is not appropriate for all fuel uses Can clog filters, reduce cold weather performance, or cause problems with storage. Intelligent FTIR System for Efficient Fuel Analysis From the very beginnings of fuel characterisation, infrared spectroscopy was widely applied in the field of fuel analysis.

Fuel, be it gasoline, diesel or jet fuel, consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbons of which many have no characteristic absorption in the IR. They constitute the. Is there any free software to not only view FTIR spectra but also save in other formats like ASCII. FTIR analysis of aviation fuel deposits.

Article. The MINISCAN IR VISION is a high speed, compact and robust FTIR fuel analyzer for the comprehensive and automatic measurement of gasoline, jet and diesel fuels. The analyzer is configured to measure more than fuel parameters and components for fuel blending, for quality inspection and to check compliance with fuel specifications directly at the point of sale.

ingredient for power generation, aviation, or marine fuels. However, the widespread use of FAME as fuel for terrestrial vehicles generates an increased risk of inadvertent contamination of mineral fuels. Methods of analysis for trace amounts of FAME are thus becoming increasingly Size: 2MB.

Oil, Fuel, and Solvent FTIR Analysis Prevent Catastrophic Lubrication Failure and Prolong Oil Service Life with State of the Art FTIR Analysis Fast oil analysis / oil testing from FTIR Analysis an oil analysis testing laboratory providing condition monitoring - filter analysis - lube oil test services.

FTIR spectroscopy offers a vast array of analytical opportunities in academic, analytical, QA/QC and forensic labs. Deeply ingrained in everything from simple compound identification to process and regulatory monitoring, FTIR covers a wide range of chemical applications, especially for polymers and organic compounds.

This standard specifies a rapid screening method using flow analysis by Fourier transform infrared (FA-FTIR) spectroscopy with partial least squares (PLS-1) processing for the determination of the fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) content of aviation turbine fuel (AVTUR), in the range of 10 to mg/kg.

The build-up of deposits in diesel fuel injectors has been known for many years. In the s, the build-up of deposits on the pintle of a fuel injector was reported by Montange et al [1]. The development and introduction of fuel additives to reduce injector fouling subsequently followed [2].The theory behind FTIR analysis given here is general but the application examples only relevant for a combustion situation like boilers, furnaces, incinerators fires and for automobile exhaust measurements.

Typical for these applications are the presence of large quantities of water and carbon dioxide.