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Rheology and Tribology of Engine Oils

  • Special Publication
  • SP-0936
  • ISBN 1-56091-300-2
Published October 01, 1992 by SAE International in United States
Rheology and Tribology of Engine Oils
  • English
  • 244 pages
Rheology and Tribology of Engine Oils presents current research being performed in industrial and academic institutions. Contents include: rheological characterization of lubricant-methanol-water emulsions; influence of fullerenes on mineral oil properties; thin film theory for the power law fluid with application to piston ring lubrication; effect of shear thinning on cavitation in lubricant films; viscosity of perfluoropolyether lubricants: influence of structure, chain dimensions and molecular interactions; a journal bearing simulator bench test for ranking load-bearing capacity: a theoretical analysis; pressure-temperature-viscosity and elastohydrodynamic characteristics of two perfluoropolyalkylether fluids; and vapor delivered lubrication of diesel engines -- uncooled single cylinder engine test.