Thermal relations for two-phase expansion with phase equilibrium and example for combustion products of boron-containing fuel

Leonard K. Tower
may 1957

Jet engine fuels containing boron forms boric oxide when burned. This substance can exist both as a liquid and a vapor at high temperatures. If a portion of the boric oxide condenses during expansion, the performance of the engine can be affected appreciably.

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