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This comprehensive ASTM publication presents the latest information on new generation turbine lubricants and how to obtain maximum value from these oils. Eight peer-reviewed papers cover:
Current and future directions for some synthetic, ester- and hydrocarbon-based fluids.
History of development and current state of base oil technology, including new processing methods for the production of more stable turbine oils.
Performance advantages of using Group II and Group III base oils.
Turbine oil quality and field application requirements.
New technology for monitoring antioxidant oil analysis.
Advanced High-Temperature Air Force Turbine Engine Oil Program
Fultz G., Gschwender L., Nelson L., Saba C., Snyder C.
The Evolution of Base Oil Technology
Kramer D., Krug R., Lok B.
Turbine Oil Quality and Field Application Requirements
Butler K., Dewald W., Swift S.
Improved Response of Turbine Oils Based on Group II Hydrocracked Base Oils Compared with Those Based on Solvent Refined Base Oils
Aguilar G., Hardy B., Schwager B.
Performance Advantages of Turbine Oils Formulated with Group II Base Oils
Militante S., Okazaki M.
Antioxidant Analysis for Monitoring Remaining Useful Life of Turbine Fluids
Ameye J., Kauffman R.