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JET FUEL JP54 is a type of aviation fuel designed for use in aircraft powered by gas-turbine engines.
It is clear to straw colored. The most common fuels are Jet A and Jet A-1 which are produced to an internationally standardized set of specifications.

The only other jet fuel that is commonly used in civilian turbine engine-powered aviation is called Jet B and is used for its enhanced cold-weather performance

SPECIFICATION 54 JET FUEL

COMPONENTS

MAX.

MIN.

Density at 20, not less

780

775

Fractional temperature

150

150

Kinematic viscosity mm2/c (cCT) in +20C

1.3

1.25

In -40 c, no more

8

8

Lowest heat of combustion

42120

42900

Height of not smoking flame

25

25

Fuel Acidity

0,7

0,7

Iodic number – grams of iodine on

100 grams of fuel
no more 2,5

3.5

Flash temperture in close area, not below

28

28

Crystallisation Temperature began, not above

-50

-50

Oxidation stability in static conditions at 150 degrees,

no mote: concentration of a deposit on 100 see

fuel

18

18

Mass fraction of aromatic hydrocarbons, no more

22

22

Concentration of actual pitches, no more

3

5

Mass fraction of the general (common) sulfur

0,2 0,

25

Mass fraction mercaptane sulfur

0,003

0,005

Mass fraction of hydrogen sulphide

Absence

Absence

Copper plate test at 100 degrees within 3 hours

Maintains

Maintains

Maintenance of ashes

0,003

0,003

Contents of water-soluble acids and alkalis

Absence

Absence

Contents of washed naften acids

Absence

Absence

Contents of mechanical impurity and waters

Absence

Absence

Interaction with water, a point, no more: a condition of an interface

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