Cetane Numbers of Fatty Esters, Fatty Alcohols and Triglycerides Determined in a Constant Volume Combustion Bomb

@article{Freedman1990CetaneNO,
  title={Cetane Numbers of Fatty Esters, Fatty Alcohols and Triglycerides Determined in a Constant Volume Combustion Bomb},
  author={Bernard Freedman and Marvin O. Bagby and Timothy J. Callahan and Thomas W. Ryan},
  journal={SAE transactions},
  year={1990},
  volume={99},
  pages={153-161}
}
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