It has been proven that alcohols can regulate the performance of aviation fuels. In this work, the densities (rho) and viscosities (eta) for the ternary system of isopropylcyclohexane (1) + n-tridecane (2) + n-butanol (3) and the corresponding binary systems have been measured to understand the physical properties of endothermic hydrocarbon fuel with alcohol over the whole composition range at temperatures from 293.15 to 333.15 K under atmospheric pressure (p = 0.1 MPa). The Redlich-Kister equation has been used to fit the excess molar volumes ((E)(Vm)) and viscosity deviations (Delta(eta)) of binary systems, while four semiempirical equations (Singh, Cibulka, Nagata-Tamura, and Redlich-Kister) have been applied to correlate (E)(Vm) and Delta(eta )of the ternary system. For all binary systems, the values of (E)(Vm) are positive. The values of Delta(eta) for binary systems containing n-butanol are all negative. For the ternary system, the values of (E)(Vm) are all positive and the values of Delta(eta) are all negative over the entire concentration range. All results have been interpreted with the perspective of intermolecular interaction and structural effect.