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Fifth International Conference on Stability and Handling of Liquid Fuels
Volume 2 - October 3, 1994
Rotterdam, the Netherlands

 Giles, Harry N., Editor

Department of Energy

Part 1, Pages 433 - 540, 5.12 MB
Part 2, Pages 541 - 648, 4.32 MB
Part 3, Pages 649 - 760, 4.69 MB
Part 4, Pages 761 - 866, 4.38 MB
Part 5, Pages 867 - 928, 2.02 MB

Table of Contents

Volume 2

Part 1

List of Contributors    xi

Author Index   xvii
Preface            xix

Session 4-B:  Deposit & Insolubles Measurements.  Dr. S. J. Marshman, Chair

Thickness Measurement of JFTOT Tube deposits by Ellipsometry



C. Baker, P. David, S. E. Taylor, and A. J. Woodward*

Weighing by Stopwatch – Sorting out the Variables in Filter Blocking Tendency



D. R. Hardy*, E. J. Beal, and J. M. Hughes

Monitoring the Formation of Soluble Deposit Precursors in Fuels with Light Scattering Photometry



R. E. Morris*, D. R. Hardy, S. Pande, and M. A. Wechter

An Improved Reference Fuel System:  Part 2 – A Study of Adherent and Filterable Insolubles Formation as Functions of Trimethylpyrolle Concentration in Dodecane



E. W. White* and M. D. Klinkhammer

Revised Procedure for the Measurement of Particulate Matter ion Naval JP5 Aviation Turbine Fuel (F44; AVCAT) Using the Contaminated Fuel Detector (CFD)/



G. S. McVea and A. J. Power*

Session 4-C:  Gasolines. A. E. Zengel, Chair

Effect of Metal Oxides and Tank’s Deposits on the Oxidative Stability of Gasolines



Sl. K. Ivanov*, M. I. Boneva, Zh. D. Kalitchin, P. T. Georgiev, and S. K. Tanielyan

Iproving Storage Stability of Gasoline Using Elevated Antioxidant Concentrations



S. Sommer*, D. Luria, J. Sufrin, A. Weiss,  M. Shuftan, and I. Lavie

Part 2


The Effect of Some Metal's on the Oxidative and Storage Stability of Gasoline


Zh. D. Kalitchin*, M. I. Boneva, Sl. Ivanov, P. T. Georgiev and S. K. Tanielyan

Gum formation Tendencies of Olefinic Structures in gasoline and Synergistic Effect of Sulphur Compounds



J. M. Nagpal*, G. C. Joshi, and D. S. Aswal

Session 4-D: Heavy Oils and Refinery Processing. Dr. J. D. Bacha, Chair

Intercompatibility of Residual Fuel Blends



J. Ben-Asher*. G. Krenis, and D. Luria

Compatiility and Stability of Residual Fuels



R. Kassinger

The U. S. Department of Energy’s Oil Processing Program



A. M. Hartstein

Session 5: Middle Distillate Fuels – I. Dr. B. Batts, Chair

Mechanisiams for Ageing of Middle Distillates Manufactures from Crude Oils



P. Derst

Evaluation of Commercial Stability Additives in Middle Distillate Fuels.



J. A. Waynick

Part 3


The Effect of Aliphatic Olefins on the Stability of Diesel Fuel.


Adiwar* and B. D. Batts

Chemistry of Sediment Formation and Additive Response in Cracked Middle Distillates



Y. K. Sharma*, I. D. Singh, K. M. Agrawal, and G. C. Saxena

Session 6: Middle Distillate Fuels – II. Dr. A. M. Hartstein, Chair

A Study of the Safety of the ASTM D 5304 Oxygen Overpressure Stability Test



E. W. White* and K. W. Flohr

A Comparison of Low and High Sulfur Middle Distillate Fuels in the United States



J. A. Waynick* and S. M. Taskila

Characterization of Soluble Macromolecular Oxidative Reactive Species (SMORS) From Middle Distillate Diesel Fuels:  Their Origin and Role in Instability



M. A. Wechter* and D. R. Hardy

Session 7:  New Fuels & Environmental Mandates. J. D. Crawford, Chair.

The Effect of Increased Refining on the Lubricity of Diesel Fuel



P. I. Lacey* and S. R. Westbrook

Part 4


Stabiliser Additive Performance in Diesel Fuels and Gas Oils Meeting New Environmental Targets


R. J. Batt*, C. P. Henry, and P. R. Whitesmith

U. S. Diesel Fuel Reformulation:  Additive Technology in Response to Changing Fuel Properties



J. P.  Street*, C. L. Muth, and B. . Porlier

The Effects of Dyeing Diesel Fuel “Blue.”



E. J. Beal*, L. M. Turner, D. R. hardy, and C. J. Martin

Lubricity Characteristics of Low Sulfur, Low Aromatic Content Naval Distillate Fuel.



R. Strucko*, R. M. Giannini, B. D. Shaver, and P. I. Lacey

Poster Session: Dr. D. R. Hardy, Chair.

Thermal Stability of Diesel Fuels by Quantitative Gravimetric JFTOT.



E. J. Beal* and D. R. Hardy

Stability of Light Straight Run Diesel Fuel During Long Term Underground Storage in Small Size Steel Tanks



J. Geva*, J. Propes, Y. Sufrin, A. Weiss, M. Shuftan, Z. Lavy, and R. Fass

Storage Stability of Light Cycle Oil:  Studies for the Root Substance of Insoluble Sediment Formation



K. Motohashi*, K. Nakazono, and M. Oki

Automatic Stability Analyzer of Heavy Fuel Oils



Olli Pilvio

Effect of Coal Concentration on Stability of Distillate Fractions from Co-processing



P. M. Rahimi*, J. F. Kelly, R. J. Torres-Ordonez, and U. Lenz

Part 5


Utilization of the Spent Caustics Generated in the Petroleum Refineries in the Crude Distillation Unit


G. N. Sarkar

Analysis of Sulfur-Organic Compounds in Jet Fuel by Chromatographic Sniffing and Gas Chromatography with Atomic Emission Detector



P. –A. Skoog

Automated Deposit-Measuring Device (ADMD)



L. L. Stavinoha* and L. A. McInnis

Laboratory Conditions in Diluting Infected Diesel Oil with Fresh Fuel Mimicking the Problems with Fuel Infection in Practice



E. S. Thomsen and S. Petersen

Predicting Stability at the Refinery Using SMORS



M. A. Wechter* and D. R. Hardy