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Measurement Data and Reference Values for Compounds Potentially Found in Aircraft Engine Bleed Air
- Aerospace Standard
Published October 09, 2018 by SAE International in United States
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This document summarizes published measurement data and reference values for marker chemical compounds listed in ARP4418 (see 2.1.1) potentially found in aircraft engine bleed air.
This document provides supplementary information for ARP4418. These data and reference values are for information only, and are not intended for developing exposure limits for aircraft bleed air quality.
|Technical Paper||Contamination of Cabin Air by Synthetic Oil and Breakdown Products|
|Aerospace Standard||Procedure for Sampling and Measurement of Aircraft Propulsion Engine and APU Generated Contaminants in Bleed Air|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|Table 1||Several published exposure values for the potential marker compounds|
|Table 2||Sensory threshold values for individual marker compounds|
|Table 3||Compilation of reported values from several studies containing aircraft engine bleed air measurements|
|Table 4||Compilation of reported values from several cabin air sampling studies|
|Table 5||Compilation of mean values from building and residence surveys|
|Table 1||Range of concentrations for 65th and 75th percentiles of analysis based on fox (2012)|
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