SEDL / Manuals, Monographs and Data Series / MNL62-EB
Automotive Lubricants and Testing
Tung Simon, Totten George
Thirty chapters provide a comprehensive overview of various lubrication aspects of a typical powertrain system including the engine, transmission, driveline, chassis, and other components. The manual addresses major issues and current development status of automotive lubricant test methods.
Topics also cover advanced lubrication and tribochemistry of the powertrain system, such as diesel fuel lubrication, specialized automotive lubricant testing development, filtration testing of automotive lubricants, lubrication of constant velocity joints, and biodegradable automotive lubricants.
Major chapters cover:
Automotive tribology systems
Automotive engine lubricant tests and specifications
Gear oils and grease
Automotive bench test simulation and tribological bench tests
Tribological simulation, wear tests, and laboratory characterization
Designing for wear life and frictional performance for automotive applications
Surface analysis and tribochemistry of automotive engine components
Problems and opportunities regarding the lubrication of modern automotive engines
Overview and future trends of automotive lubricants and testing
Table of Contents
Fundamental Principles of Contact and Lubrication
Wang Q., Cheng H.
Mackney D., Clague N., Brown G., Fish G., Durham J.
Lubricant Properties and Characterization
Henderson K., May C.
Controlling Lubricant Degradation through Performance Specification
Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication Film Tests and Tribological Bench Tests
Wang Q., Tung S., Liu Y., Zhang Y., Zhu D.
Automotive Engine Hardware and Lubrication Requirements
Becker E., Tung S.
Gasoline Engine and Diesel Engine Powertrain Systems
Automotive Bearing Systems—Journal Bearings
Testing and Evaluation of Lubricating Greases for Rolling Element Bearings of Automotive Systems
Li X., Wu C., Wu B., Zhang H., Luo J., Feng Q.
The Drivetrain System
Gear Oil Screen Testing with FZG Back-to-Back Rig
Michaelis K., O'Connor B.
Problems and Opportunities Regarding the Lubrication of Modern Automotive Engines
Yamaguchi E., Tanaka G., Matsumoto K.
Bench Performance Test Methods for Lubricated Engine Materials
Blau P., Tung S.
Current and Future Specification of Lubricant Performance
Automatic Transmission Lubricants
Vickerman R., Tipton C.
Other Automotive Specialized Lubricant Testing Including Manual Transmission, Rear Axle, and Gear Box Lubricant Testing and Specification
Design for Reduced Wear
Lewis R., Slatter T.
Nonpetroleum-Based, No/Low-Sulphur, Ash, and Phosphorus, and Bio-No-Toxicity Engine Oil Development and Testing
Current and Future Advances in Materials Development for Tribological Applications
Rivolta B., Canale L.
Surface Analysis and Tribochemistry of Automotive Engine Components
Morina A., Zhao H.
Tribology and Fine Automotive Mechanical Systems
Analysis of In-Service Automotive Engine Oils
Diesel Fuel Lubrication and Testing
Filters and Filtration Testing of Automotive Fuels and Lubricants
Bessee G., Clark-Heinrich E.
Dynamic Friction Characterization and Modeling of Tripod Constant Velocity Joints
Lee C., Polycarpou A.
Biobased Automotive Lubricants
Paper ID: MNL62-EB
ASTM International is a member of CrossRef.