There are some turbine engines that are specificly designed for AV-Gas. Specificly some of the turbine booster engines that where used on the B-36, C-119, KB-50, C-123, KC-97. Usually these were military aircraft that had high operating weights. The booster turbines on the C-123K are actually the same J-85 that are used of the F-5 fighter. Just a different series number. Most aviation turbines can still use av-gas as long as certain operating peramaters and conditions are met. If you exceed them then you do toast the engine.
All Kerosenes have about the same charicteristics. Doesn't matter if it is Home heating oil, Kerosene, JP-8, Diesel #1, Diesel #2, Jet A. The main differences are the amount of filtering, The amount of wax, and the amount of Water that is present in the fuel. Military JP-4 was about the only unique fuel because it was a mix of Kerosene and avgas. It has since been replaced by JP-8 since it was a very sparky mix.
Interestly enough when the US Navy first put jet fighters on Carriers they where really worried about having to stock two types of fuel onboard the ships (Av-gas and Jet-Fuel) then somebody found out you could make a pretty decent jet fuel by thining the Bunker C fuel that powered the ships boilers with the Av-gas that the Corsiar and Skyraider ground attack aircraft needed.
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