SEDL / STP / STP1521-EB
Testing and Use of Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants
Discover the latest research on biobased and other Environmentally Acceptable (EA) Lubricants. With the increased interest in EA Lubricants, this book is a must-have for those in the agricultural, construction, forestry, lumber, and mining industries where involuntary or accidental fluid leakage or spillage is detrimental to the environment.
Thirteen peer-reviewed papers cover:
Fundamentals of biobased lubricants
New test methods
Table of Contents
USDA Programs to Support Development and Use of Biobased Industrial Products
Application of ECLs and Today's Legislation
Laemmle P., Rohrbach P.
Characteristics of PAG Based Bio-Hydraulic Fluid
Greaves M., Khemchandani G.
Polyalkylene Glycols as Next Generation Engine Oils
Characteristics of Base Fluid in Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants
Bailey M., Krol R., Kusak B., Wright G.
Compatibility of Vegetable Oil Based Lubricating Greases With Different Mineral Oil Based Greases
Humphreys S., Kumar A., Mallory B.
Luminescent Bacteria as an Indicator Species for Lubricant Formulation Ecotoxicity
Bilberry P., Sander J., Smith T.
A New Way to Determine the Biodegradability of Lubricants by a Biokinetic Model
Thermal Oxidative Stability of Vegetable Oils as Metal Heat Treatment Quenchants
Adão Simêncio &., Augustinho S., Belinato G., Canale L., Capelupi W., Conconi C., de Souza E., Simencio Otero R., Totten G.
Use of Vegetable Oils and Animal Oils as Steel Quenchants: A Historical Review—1850-2010
Canale L., Simencio-Otero R., Totten G.
Paper ID: STP1521-EB
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