Lubricant Additives: Chemistry and Applications

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Leslie R. Rudnick
CRC Press, Jan 29, 2003 - Science - 764 pages
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This text details the design of cost-effective, environmentally friendly lubricant additive technologies and components for the automotive, industrial, manufacturing, food, and aerospace industries. Presenting methods to improve the performance and stability of lubricants, protect metal surfaces against wear, and to control deposits and contaminants such as wear debris, sludge, acids, and peroxides, Lubricant Additives is a worthy addition to libraries used by mechanical, lubrication, chemical, automotive, aerospace, design, aeronautical, heat transfer, and petroleum engineers, tribologists, research and petroleum chemists, lubricant formulators, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines. It also contains a disk displaying current Internet resources for the lubricant industry.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Antioxidants
1
Chapter 2 Zinc Dithiophosphates
29
Chapter 3 Ashless PhosphorusContaining Lubricating Oil Additives
45
Chapter 4 Detergents
113
Chapter 5 Dispersants
137
Chapter 6 Selection and Application of Solid Lubricants as Friction Modifiers
171
Chapter 7 Organic Friction Modifiers
203
Chapter 8 Ashless Antiwear and ExtremePressure Additives
223
Chapter 16 Additives for Industrial Lubricant Applications
429
Chapter 17 Additives for FoodGrade Lubricant Applications
453
Chapter 18 Lubricant Additives for Magnetic Recording Disk Drives
467
Chapter 19 Additives for Grease Applications
513
TRENDS
541
Lubrication for the Future
541
Chapter 21 LongTerm Trends in Industrial Lubricant Additives
557
Chapter 22 LongTerm Additive Trends in Aerospace Applications
587

Chapter 9 Sulfur Carriers
259
Chapter 10 Olefin Copolymer Viscosity Modifiers
293
Chapter 11 Polymethacrylate Viscosity Modifiers
329
Chapter 12 Tackiness and Antimisting Additives
355
Chapter 13 Seal Swell Additives
363
Chapter 14 Biocides as Lubricant Additives
371
APPLICATIONS
387
Chapter 15 Additives for Crankcase Lubricant Applications
389
METHODS AND RESOURCES
597
Chapter 23 Summary of Lubricant Standard Test Methods and Some Product Specifications
599
Chapter 24 Lubricant Industry Related Terms and Acronyms
617
Chapter 25 Internet Resources for the Lubricant Industry
641
Index
707
Back cover
737
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