Low Temperature Lubricant Rheology Measurement and Relevance to Engine Operation

Low Temperature Lubricant Rheology Measurement and Relevance to Engine Operation

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Papers were presented at a symposium held in Austin, Texas, in December 1991. Subjects include a history of ASTM accomplishments in low temperature engine oil rheology from 1966-1992, critical aspects of pumping viscosity by mini-rotary viscometer, the scanning Brookfield technique of low temperaturTest fuel was a winter grade diesel fuel with a cloud point of -45AdC Test oils-While the pumpability program utilized twenty-one test oils ... It should be noted that the Detroit Diesel Series 60 and the Cummins NTC-365 engines generally approached to within 0.5AdC of ... VEHICLE MAKE RATED HORSEPOWER MODEL YEAR SERVICE BEFORE TEST (kml EMQ1ME FORD CATERPILLAR 3406B 350 1988anbsp;...


Title:Low Temperature Lubricant Rheology Measurement and Relevance to Engine Operation
Author: Robert B. Rhodes
Publisher:ASTM International - 1992-01-01
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