Stabilization of polyethylsiloxane fluids by additives
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It has been established that dilauryl selenide is the most effective additive in improving the thermal stability of Lubricant 6, with 5% additive giving a 25-fold increase in thermal stability under static conditions at 200° C.
It has been shown that increasing additive concentration increases its effectiveness.
It has been established that additives that improve the thermal-oxidative stability of Lubricant 6 under static conditions are also effective under conditions of operation in a friction unit.
KeywordsThermal Stability Static Condition Selenide Additive Concentration Friction Unit
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