STP1564

    Viscosity and Rheology of In-Service Fluids as They Pertain to Condition Monitoring

    Rishell Amy, Selby Theodore
    Published: 2013


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    Eleven peer-reviewed papers provide the latest to current research and practices on viscosity and rheology of in-service fluids as they pertain to condition monitoring.

    Topics cover:
    • Grease Working and Its Role in Consistency Trending
    • Possible Impact of In-Service Grease Mixtures with a Stress Rheometer as an Element of a Predictive Maintenance Program
    • Comparison of the Effects of Normal Automobile Engine Use on the High Shear Rate Viscosity, Wear, and Volatility of Four Engine Oils
    • Die-Extrusion Method for Comparing Changes in Grease Consistency and Flow Characteristics
    • Application of Sensors for In-Situ Measurements of In-Service Grease Rheology
    • Absolute Viscosity and Sample Density Measurement Methods to Determine and Report Absolute and Kinematic Viscosity Values for Used Lubricating Oils
    • Start-Up Viscosity of In-Service Engine Oils at Low Temperatures
    • Rheological Property Measurements of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids with the Falling Needle Viscometer
    • Hand-portable Kinematic Viscometer
    • Use of Routine Low-Temperature Viscosity Measurement to Prevent Sudden Transformer Failure upon Very Cold Startup
    • Low-Temperature Rheological Response of Fresh Versus Used Oils Using the Scanning Brookfield Technique


    Table of Contents

    Grease Working and Its Role in Consistency Trending
    Bupp E., Wurzbach R.

    Rheological Property Measurements of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids With the Falling Needle Viscometer
    Park H., Park N.

    Start-Up Viscosity of In-Service Engine Oils at Low Temperatures
    Rishell A., Ronnebaum T., Sander J.

    Use of Routine Low-Temperature Viscosity Measurement to Prevent Sudden Transformer Failure Upon Very Cold Startup
    Grant D.

    Low-Temperature Rheological Response of Fresh Versus Used Oils Using the Scanning Brookfield Technique
    Miiller G.

    Determining Possible Impact of In-Service Grease Mixtures With a Stress Rheometer as an Element of a Predictive Maintenance Program
    Johnson B.

    The Application of Sensors for In- Situ Measurements of In-Service Grease Rheology
    Bupp E., Wooton D., Wurzbach R.

    Comparison of the Effects of Normal Automobile Engine Use on the High Shear Rate Viscosity, Wear, and Volatility of Four Engine Oils
    Selby T.

    Hand-Portable Kinematic Viscometer
    Barraclough T., Brutler Z., Croote D., Henning P., Lawrence S., Lee J., Olson E., Tripathi A.

    Absolute Viscosity and Sample Density Measurement Methods to Determine and Report Absolute and Kinematic Viscosity Values for Used Lubricating Oils
    Bupp E., Staniewski G., Williams L., Wurzbach R.

    Grease Working and Its Role in Consistency Trending
    Bupp E., Wurzbach R.

    Die-Extrusion Method for Comparing Changes in Grease Consistency and Flow Characteristics
    Williams L., Wurzbach R.

    Determining Possible Impact of In-Service Grease Mixtures With a Stress Rheometer as an Element of a Predictive Maintenance Program
    Johnson B.

    Comparison of the Effects of Normal Automobile Engine Use on the High Shear Rate Viscosity, Wear, and Volatility of Four Engine Oils
    Selby T.

    Die-Extrusion Method for Comparing Changes in Grease Consistency and Flow Characteristics
    Williams L., Wurzbach R.

    The Application of Sensors for In- Situ Measurements of In-Service Grease Rheology
    Bupp E., Wooton D., Wurzbach R.

    Absolute Viscosity and Sample Density Measurement Methods to Determine and Report Absolute and Kinematic Viscosity Values for Used Lubricating Oils
    Bupp E., Staniewski G., Williams L., Wurzbach R.

    Start-Up Viscosity of In-Service Engine Oils at Low Temperatures
    Rishell A., Ronnebaum T., Sander J.

    Rheological Property Measurements of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids With the Falling Needle Viscometer
    Park H., Park N.

    Hand-Portable Kinematic Viscometer
    Barraclough T., Brutler Z., Croote D., Henning P., Lawrence S., Lee J., Olson E., Tripathi A.

    Use of Routine Low-Temperature Viscosity Measurement to Prevent Sudden Transformer Failure Upon Very Cold Startup
    Grant D.

    Low-Temperature Rheological Response of Fresh Versus Used Oils Using the Scanning Brookfield Technique
    Miiller G.


    Committee: D02

    Paper ID: STP1564-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1564-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7574-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7550-1

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    978-0-8031-7550-1
    STP1564-EB