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“…According to Mushrush et al [31], US Navy shipboard fuel tanks compensate for diminishing fuel by the addition of seawater to the fuel tank. The authors found that this can lead to ''fuel instability problems such as filter stoppage and other serious engine damage.''…”
Section: Edible Sources-virgin Oilmentioning
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“…According to Mushrush et al [31], US Navy shipboard fuel tanks compensate for diminishing fuel by the addition of seawater to the fuel tank. The authors found that this can lead to ''fuel instability problems such as filter stoppage and other serious engine damage.''…”
Section: Edible Sources-virgin Oilmentioning
“…In addition to fuel storage stability, fuel solubility, and oxidative stability, seawater stability should also be taken into consideration in water environments [31].…”
Section: Edible Sources-virgin Oilmentioning
“…Due to these problems, U.S, Navy researchers have recommended that biodiesel not be used in water-compensating fuel tanks on-board marine vessels. (188) The greater susceptibility of biodiesel to microbial growth also has a positive aspect, that being enhanced biodegradability in the case of spills in the environment. Because of this, biodiesel is being used in certain sensitive areas, such as wetlands and marine environments.…”
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