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Fast and efficient group-type (PiPNA) classification of jet fuels

Introduction

Jet fuels typically consist of simple blends of different kerosene streams – such as straight run kerosene from the crude tower, hydrotreated kerosene and hydrocracked kerosene.[1] Kerosene is known as a middle distillate, typically in the range of C9 to C16 hydrocarbons, but the precise composition will be dependent on the original crude oil from which it was derived.

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