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Lubrication Fundamentals, Third Edition, Revised and Expanded

Author: Don M Pirro; Martin Webster; Ekkehard Daschner
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2017.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Don M Pirro; Martin Webster; Ekkehard Daschner
ISBN: 9781498752916 1498752918 9781315362052 1315362058 9781498788397 1498788394
OCLC Number: 1077728130
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: IntroductionPremodern History of PetroleumPetroleum in North AmericaDevelopment of LubricantsHistory of Synthetic LubricantsFuture ProspectsBibliographyLubricant Base Stock Production and ApplicationLubricant Base Stocks and Their ApplicationRole of Crude Oil in the Manufacture of Base StockRefinery Processing-Separation versus ConversionConventional Solvent ProcessingConversion ProcessingBase Stock CompositionBibliographyLubricating OilsAdditivesPhysical and Chemical CharacteristicsEvaluation and Performance TestsEngine Tests for Oil PerformanceAutomotive Gear LubricantsATFsBibliographyLubricating GreasesWhy Greases Are UsedComposition of GreaseManufacture of GreaseGrease CharacteristicsEvaluation and Performance TestsBibliographySynthetic LubricantsSHFsOrganic EstersPolyglycolsPhosphate EstersBibliographyEnvironmental LubricantsEnvironmental ConsiderationsDefinitions and Test ProceduresEnvironmental CriteriaEnvironmental Characteristics of Various Base StocksProduct Availability and PerformanceProduct Selection ProcessConverting to EALsBibliographyHydraulicsBasic PrinciplesSystem ComponentsControlling Pressure and FlowActuatorsOil ReservoirsOil Qualities Required by Hydraulic SystemsHydraulic Fluid TypesHydraulic System MaintenanceBibliographyLubricating Films and Machine Elements: Bearings, Slides, Guides, Ways, Gears, Cylinders, Couplings, Chains, Wire RopesTypes of Lubricating FilmsPlain BearingsRolling Element BearingsSlides, Guides, and WaysLinear Motion GuidesGearsLubricant Characteristics for Enclosed GearsLubrication of Open GearsCylindersFlexible CouplingsDrive ChainsWire RopesBibliographyApplication of LubricantsAll-Loss MethodsReuse MethodsOther Reuse MethodsCentralized Application SystemsBibliographyInternal Combustion EnginesDesign and Construction ConsiderationsFuel and Combustion ConsiderationsOperating ConsiderationsMaintenance ConsiderationsEngine Oil CharacteristicsOil Recommendations by ApplicationBibliographyAutomotive Transmissions and Drive TrainsClutchesTransmissionsDrive Shafts and Universal JointsTransaxlesOther Gear CasesAutomotive Gear LubricantsTorque Converter and ATFsMultipurpose Tractor FluidsBibliographyAutomotive Chassis ComponentsSuspension and Steering LinkagesSteering GearWheel BearingsBrake SystemsMedium- and Heavy-Duty Truck ChassisBibliographyStationary Gas TurbinesPrinciples of Gas TurbinesJet Engines for Industrial and Marine Propulsion UseGas Turbine ApplicationsLubrication of Gas TurbinesBibliographySteam TurbinesSteam Turbine OperationTurbine Control SystemsLubricated ComponentsBibliographyHydraulic TurbinesTurbine TypesLubricated PartsLubricant RecommendationsBibliographyWind TurbinesWind Turbine OverviewGeneral Considerations for Wind Turbine LubricationBibliographyNuclear Power GenerationReactor TypesRadiation Effects on Petroleum ProductsLubrication RecommendationsBibliographyCompressorsReciprocating Air and Gas CompressorsRotary CompressorsDynamic CompressorsRefrigeration and Air Conditioning CompressorsBibliographyLubricant Contribution to Energy EfficiencyFriction Loss MechanismsHydrodynamic Fluid FilmsFriction Losses in Hydraulic SystemsVehicle and Internal Combustion Engine EfficiencyBibliographyHandling, Storing, and Dispensing LubricantsHazardous Chemical Labeling for LubricantsHandlingStoringDispensingBibliographyPractices for Lubricant Conservation and Machinery ReliabilityOverview of In-Plant Lubricant HandlingProduct SelectionIn-Service HandlingIn-Service Lubricant PurificationReclamation of Lubricating OilsReclamation Units (Oil Conditioners)Waste Oil Collection and RoutingEquipment Commissioning and FlushingFinal DisposalBibliographyIn-Service Lubricant AnalysisEstablishing an In-Service Lubricant Analysis ProgramUsed Oil Analysis Program Startup RecommendationsIn-Service Lubricant Analysis TestingInterpretation of Used Oil Analysis Results
Responsibility: editors, Martin Webster, Ekkehard Daschner.


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