Passenger Car Lubricants and Lubrication Fundamentals
- Special Publication
- 134 pages
Thirteen papers from the SAE International Spring Fuels & Lubricants Meeting & Exhibition. This book presents a significant survey of work on-going in the areas of passenger car lubricant test development, and the development of lubricants in response to emerging engine performance requirements. Also addressed is the intriguing concept of "virtual engine testing' as an alternative to the capital and labor-intensive procedures currently employed to certify lubrication performance in compliance with the many industry-recognized specifications. With papers authored by researchers at DaimlerChrysler Corporation; The Lubrizol Corporation; General Motors Corporation R&D; ExxonMobile R&E, Chevron Oronite Company, and others. Topics include: Oil Quality with Oil Age in an IDI Diesel Passenger Car Using an On Line Lubricating Oil Recycler Under Real World Driving; Lubricant Requirements of an Advanced Designed High Performance, Fuel Efficient Low Emissions V-6 Engine; Fuel Economy Gains with Modern Technology, SAE 5W-20 Engine Oils in a General Motors Corporation Engine as Measured in the EPA FTP Test; The Virtual Engine Test, and more.
|Special Publication||Engine Lubrication and Bearing Systems|
|Technical Paper||Development of Continuously Variable Discharge Oil Pump|
|Journal Article||A New Generation of High Performance Viscosity Modifiers Based on Comb Polymers|