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The Friction Reducing Properties of Molybdenum Dialkyldithiocarbamate Additives: Part I — Factors Influencing Friction Reduction
Presented as a Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers Paper at the STLE/ASME Tribology Conference in San Francisco, CA October 21–24, 2001
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The Elastohydrodynamic Friction and Film Forming Properties of Lubricant Base Oils
The stringent and often competing requirements of high fuel economy and low emissions are placing increasing emphasis on the selection of appropriate base oils for modem engine lubricants. TwoExpand
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Absolute Rate Constants for Hydrocarbon Autoxidation. XXI. Activation Energies for Propagation and the Correlation of Propagation Rate Constants with Carbon–Hydrogen Bond Strengths
The rate constants, kp, for the abstraction of a hydrogen atom from a wide variety of organic substrates at 30° have been correlated with the strengths of the C—H bond that are broken, D[R—H] (in u...
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Effects of NOx on liquid phase oxidation and inhibition at elevated temperatures
Nitrogen oxides (NOx =NO2 +NO) play a role in degradation of lubricating oils in internal combustion engines. Interactions of NOx with fuel derived species have been shown to lead to varnish andExpand
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Autoxidation of alkylnaphthalenes. 2. Inhibition of the autoxidation of n-hexadecane at 160.degree.C
The rate of the self-initiated autoxidation of hexadecane at 160 o C under 760 Torr of O 2 is reduced by the addition of submolar concentrations of napththalene or alkylnarphthalene. The kinetics ofExpand
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Interactions Leading to Formation of Low Friction Films in Systems Containing Molybdenum Dialkyldithiocarbamate and Zinc Dialkyldithiophosphate Additives
The friction reducing capability of an additive system containing molybdenum dialkyldithiocarbamate (Mo(dtc)2) and zinc dialkyldithiophosphate (Zn(dtp)2), which is used in advanced low frictionExpand
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Automotive lubricants for the next millennium
During the first decades of the next millennium, automobile manufacturers will strive to achieve, in the USA, another twofold increase in energy efficiency and tenfold reduction in emission levels.Expand
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The Lubricity of Gasoline
A study has been made of the lubricating properties of gasoline fuel. A conventional HFRR diesel fuel lubricity tester has been modified to measure gasoline wear. Using this test equipment, a numberExpand
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Comparison of the Lubricity of Gasoline and Diesel Fuels
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