Web Fuel Oil No. 1 (Jp-4)

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<ul><li><p>Fuel Oil No. 1 (JP-4) Reference ID </p><p>Equation(s) for Predicting Evaporation %Ev = (8.96 + 0.045T)ln(t) Where %Ev = weight percent evaporated; T = surface temperature (C); t = time (minutes) </p><p>ESD 96 </p><p>Sulphur (weight %) 0.04 EETD 89 </p><p>Density (g/mL) Temperature </p><p>(C) 0 </p><p>15 0.7669 0.7549 </p><p>EETD 89 </p><p>Dynamic Viscosity (mPas or cP) Temperature </p><p>(C) 0 </p><p>15 1 1 </p><p>EETD 89 </p><p>Surface Tension (mN/m or dynes/cm) Temperature </p><p>(C) 0 </p><p>15 22.7 22.8 </p><p>EETD 89 </p><p>Temperature (C) </p><p>0 </p><p>Oil/Salt Water Interfacial Tension (mN/m or dynes/cm) </p><p>15 9.3 </p><p>17.0 EETD 89 </p><p>Temperature (C) </p><p>0 </p><p>Oil/Fresh Water Interfacial Tension (mN/m or </p><p>15 32.8 36.0 </p><p>EETD 89 </p><p>Distillation (C) Total Distillate </p><p>(volume %) IBP </p><p>5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 </p><p>Boiling Point (C) </p><p>23 84 92 99 </p><p>102 108 112 117 122 128 133 139 146 153 159 166 174 </p><p>EETD 89 </p><p>Copyright Environment Canada, Emergencies Science and Technology Division </p></li><li><p>Fuel Oil No. 1 (JP-4)Fuel Oil No. 1 (JP-4) </p><p>Metals (ppm) Reference ID </p><p>Barium </p></li></ul>

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