Laboratory unit for evaluating jet fuel lubricity
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A laboratory unit has been developed for rating the lubricity (antiwear properties) of jet fue ls; this unit gives a simulation of the conditions under which fuel is used as the lubricant in the rocker unit of the fuel pump/ control.
A new criterion has been proposed for evaluating fuel lubricity, through which the results of a single test give an evaluation of the fuel's ability to prevent residual deformation of the rubbing surfaces and removal of metal particles from these surfaces.
KeywordsMetal Particle Single Test Rock Unit Laboratory Unit Residual Deformation
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