The Relationship Between High Temperature Oil Rheology and Engine Operation
Read Online
Share

The Relationship Between High Temperature Oil Rheology and Engine Operation A Status Report (Astm Data Series Publication) by ASTM Committee D-2 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants.

  • 678 Want to read
  • ·
  • 62 Currently reading

Published by Astm Intl .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Effect of temperature on,
  • Lubricating oils,
  • Automobiles,
  • Lubrication,
  • Rheology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7904564M
ISBN 100803104480
ISBN 109780803104488

Download The Relationship Between High Temperature Oil Rheology and Engine Operation

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Get this from a library! The relationship between high-temperature oil rheology and engine operation: a status report. [ASTM Task Force DO2.O7. OB TF/EC on the Correlation of High-Temperature Oil Rheology with Engine Performance.; ASTM International.]. High Temperature, High Shear Oil Viscosity: Measurement and Relationship to Engine Operation [Spearot, James A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. High Temperature, High Shear Oil Viscosity: Measurement and Relationship to Engine OperationAuthor: James A. Spearot. A relationship between oil's viscosity with temperature and age is proposed in this paper. This relationship is based on an empirical mathematical equation which involves Newtonian and non. DS62 The Relationship Between High-Temperature Oil Rheology and Engine Operation DS57 Low-Temperature Pumpability Characteristics of Engine Oils in Full-Scale Engines DS51GOL The ASTM Computer Program for Chemical Thermodynamic and Energy .

Cryvoff, S.A., Spearot, J.A. and Bates, T.W. () Engine bearing oil film thickness measurement and oil rheology—an ASTM task force report. SAE Paper Google ScholarCited by: ASTM () The relationship between high-temperature oil rheology and engine operation — a status report. ASTM DS 62, ASTM, Philadelphia, PA. Google ScholarCited by:   Low Temperature Rheology of Engine Lubricants: Investigation of High Used Oil Pumping Viscosity A taxi field test in resulted in unusually high used oil MRV TP-1 viscosity in the fikilometer drain by: 6. High‐pressure rheology of eight synthetic lubricants based on phase diagrams Article in Journal of Synthetic Lubrication 20(4) - January with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

temperature until temperature oC (42, , , , , 30, 35) but still agree with API specification (minimal 8 cp). Yield point has increase with increasing temperature and still agree with API specification. According API specification CMC-LV stabile at temperature between oC – Cited by: 4. High-temperature, High-shear (HTHS) Oil Viscosity: Measurement and Relationship to Engine Operation ASTM STP Volume of ASTM special technical publication, ISSN Volume of ASTM, STP Journal of ASTM International: Selected technical papers Volume of STP / ASTM: Author: James A. Spearot: Editor: James A. Spearot.   In liquids, an increase in temperature causes a decrease in viscosity. What is viscosity? Viscosity gives a measure of how ‘sticky’ a fluid is. It tells you if want to cause the fluid to flow in layers, how much shear stress you must apply. Dynami. ASPECTS OF THE RHEOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY OF FRESH AND USED ENGINE OILS Theodore W. Selby, Savant, Inc. However, it is also evident that today, engine oil rheology and its role in both protecting modern engines as well as Viscosity to Engine Operation”, High-Temperature, High Shear Oil Viscosity, Ed.: J. A. Spearot ASTM STP , pp.