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The Relationship Between Engine Oil Viscosity and Engine Performance
Lonstrup TF, Bennett PA, McMillan ML, Waddey WE
The Joint SAE-ASTM Symposium on "The Relationship of Engine Oil Viscosity to Engine Performance" was presented at the 1977 SAE International Automotive Engineering Congress and Exposition Meeting held in Detroit, Michigan, February 28March 4.
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The Relationship Between Oil Viscosity and Engine Performance-A Literature Search
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Engine Oil Viscosity Classifications-Past, Present, and Future
European Activity Concerning Engine Oil Viscosity Classification
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A Study of the Significance of Lubricant Viscosity in Blow-By Control
The Use of Simulant Devices to Evaluate the Wear Performance of Multigraded Engine Oils
Measurement of Temporary and Permanent Shear with the Instron Capillary Rheometer
Johnson T., O'Shaughnessy M.
Some Relationships Between the Viscometric Properties of Motor Oils and Performance in European Engines
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Measurement of the Viscosity of Multigrade Oils in a Running Engine
Lane G., Roberts D., Tims J.
Time Dependance of Polymer Oils Shear Thinning Theoretical and Practical Consequences
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