Application of hydrodynamic dispersers for improvement of motor oil service properties
A method has been proposed for improving the service properties of oils, consisting of the installation of hydrodynamic dispersers in the lubrication system of internal combustion engines, in order to disperse the suspended particles that are formed in the oil.
Treatment of used oils with the hydrodynamic disperser under laboratory conditions a) increases the dispersancy of oils by an average factor of two, b) improves the antifriction properties of the oils by an average factor of 1.2 (in a VL-2 tester), and c) reduces the tendency of frictional pairs toward grabbing of surface microprotuberances.
These laboratory studies are grounds for proposing the use of this disperser in the lubrication system of internal combustion engines.
KeywordsCombustion Laboratory Condition Laboratory Study Suspended Particle Average Factor
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