A study of the working properties of trimethylol-propane esters as synthetic lubricating oils
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A number of esters of trimethylolpropane with fatty acids have been synthesized, and their physicochemical properties and behavior under dynamic conditions have been studied.
The investigations conducted showed that among the esters synthesized there are products with high operational properties, which can be recommended as bases for lubricating materials for a wide range of temperatures and various conditions of operation with respect to frictional character.
KeywordsEster Physicochemical Property Dynamic Condition Operational Property Synthetic Lubricate
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