Covers advances in the development, testing, and application of engine cooling fluids for automobiles and heavy duty engines. Includes:
A brief history of ethylene glycol engine coolant
New families of engine coolant that operate in a medium pH range
Historical overview of cavitation corrosion in diesel cylinder liners
History of supplemental coolant additives used in heavy duty diesel engines and a new family of phosphate molybdate packages that are designed to perform better with aluminum components
Toxicity and disposal of engine coolants
Pump seal failure--causes and solutions
Automotive and heavy duty vehicles technologies.
Fleet Test Evaluation of Engine Coolants Using Sebacic Acid Inhibitor Technology
Adamowicz N., Falla D.
Corrosion Testing for Aluminum Alloy Selection in Automotive Radiators
Beal R., El-Bourini R.
Toxicity and Disposal of Engine Coolants
Bustamante R., Hudgens R.
Test Strips for Rapid On-Site Analysis of Engine Coolants
Hemmes P., Hercamp R., Kreiser T., Valle S.
The Relationship between Sealing Performance of Mechanical Seals and Composition of Coolants for Automotive Engines
Hirabayashi H., Hirata O., Kiryu K., Okada K., Yoshino A.
Characterization of Used Engine Coolant by Statistical Analysis
Gershun A., Woodward S.
Coolant Maintenance and Extension of Coolant Life for Light Duty Vehicles
Hercamp R., Remiasz R.
Paper ID: STP1192-EB