Physical chemistry of lubricating oils.

by Arnold Aaron Bondi

Publisher: Book Division, Reinhold Pub. Corp. in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 380 Downloads: 151
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  • Lubrication and lubricants.
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LC ClassificationsTJ1077 .B67
The Physical Object
Pagination380 p.
Number of Pages380
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6094376M
LC Control Number51012023
OCLC/WorldCa706759

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Others change the lubricant’s chemical properties or are added for cosmetic purposes. Lubricant Incompatibility. Some lubricants are incompatible because of differences in additive chemistry that lead to undesirable chemical reactions. If these oils are mixed, insoluble material may form and then deposit onto sensitive machine surfaces. Books Standards 12 Compressor Oils Wolfgang Bock and Christian Puhl. Air Compressor Oils Refrigeration Oils References 13 Turbine Oils Wolfgang Bock. Introduction Demands on Turbine Oils – Characteristics Formulation of Turbine Oils Physical and Chemical Data of. Used lubricating oil is a valuable resource. However, it must be re-refined mainly due to the accumulation of physical and chemical contaminants in the oil during service. Refining Used Lubricating Oils describes the properties of used lubricating oils . "Chemistry and Technology of Lubricants" describes the chemistry and technology of base oils, additives and applications of liquid lubricants. This Third Edition reflects how the chemistry and technology of lubricants has developed since the First Edition was published in

At full film lubrication and moderate to high speeds, the bled oil showed a similar behavior of its lubricating greases. At fully-flooded condition, low speeds and thin films, it was observed that the thickener lumps play a major role on film formation, overcoming the bled oil effects.

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The lubrication additives, which are approximately 20% of the oil, consist primarily of zinc diaryl, molybdenum disulfide, zinc dithiophosphate, metal soaps, and other organometallic compounds. Detergents and dispersants constitute % of the additives (Vasquez-Duhalt ).File Size: KB.

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• Lubricant Viscosity Decreases Dramatically With Increasing Temperature [Log(Log X) Relationship] • Viscosity Index (V.I.) is a Measure of an Oil’s Viscosity-Temperature Behavior • Multigrade Oils Have Higher V.I.’s Than Single Grades, i.e., Their Viscosity Changes Less With Temperature Honey SAE 30 Oil ( V.I.) 0 1, St.

Lubricating Oil Background Since the Roman era, many liquids, including water, have been used as lubricants to minimize the friction, heat, and wear between mechanical parts in contact with each other.

Today, lubricating oil, or lube oil, is the most commonly used lubricant because of its wide range of possible applications. The two basic categories of lube oil are mineral and synthetic.

“Lubricant Additives: Use and Benefits” details a wide range of additives employed in PCMO and HDEO oils. The document includes a systematic description of the chemistry of each additive, its purpose and its mode of action in its selected application.

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