Fuel leak detection on large transport airplanes

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Behbahani-Pour, M.J.; Radice, G.;

Fuel leakage has the risk of being ignited by external ignition sources, and therefore it is important to detect\ud any fuel leakage before the departure of the aircraft. Currently, there are no fuel leak detection systems installed\ud on commercial aircrafts, to detect... View more
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