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Upgrading of the Mack Diesel Engine Lubricant Specifications
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1976 by SAE International in United States
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Field experience, together with engine laboratory testing, indicated the need for upgrading of Mack's diesel engine lubricant specifications. Field testing and laboratory testing indicated the superiority of several of the newer oil formulations for the Mack engine requirements. The newer type multi-viscosity oils were found to be particularly suited. A modified multi-cylinder engine test (T-5) was developed together with an oil specification based on the use of this test procedure (EO-J).
|Technical Paper||COMPARISON of LABORATORY with SERVICE DIESEL - ENGINE TESTS PERFORMANCE|
|Technical Paper||Development of Mack's Diesel Engine Lubricant Recommendations|
|Technical Paper||Some Factors Affecting the Cold Pumpability of Crankcase Oils|
CitationAlexander, W. and Murphy, L., "Upgrading of the Mack Diesel Engine Lubricant Specifications," SAE Technical Paper 760718, 1976, https://doi.org/10.4271/760718.
- Alexander W. R., “Development of Mack's Diesel Engine Lubricant Recommendations.” Paper 700667 presented at SAE National West Coast Meeting, Los Angeles, August 1970.
- Alexander W. R., “Development and Field Testing of the Mack ESI Engine System.” Paper 730746 presented at SAE National Off-Highway Vehicle Meeting in Milwaukee, September 1973.