SEDL / STP / STP621_S4-EB
This volume presents Parts V and VI of the continuing series of symposia on the Relationship Between Engine Oil Viscosity and Engine Performance. Part V is represented by eight papers given collectively at the 1979 SAE Annual Congress and the 1979 SAE Passenger Car Meeting. Part VI is represented by four papers presented at the 1980 SAE Annual Congress.
Table of Contents
Use of a Couette High-Shear-Rate Viscometer for Measuring the Viscosity of Engine Lubricants
Mather J., Wright B.
Assessment of Shear Stability Methods for European Engine Oils
Alexander D., Rein S., Spooren E.
Low Temperature Starting and Pumpability Requirements of European Automotive Engines
Eberan-Eberhorst C., Neveu C., Rossi A., Thompson M.
Effect of Engine Oil Viscosity on Low-Temperature Cranking, Starting, and Fuel Economy
Caracciolo F., McMillan M.
Cold Starting and Oil Pumpability —An Evaluation of New and Used Oils in Gasoline Engines
Measurement of the Ring to Liner Oil Film Thickness in a Caterpillar 1-G Diesel Engine
Laboratory Testing of Fuel Efficient Oils
Hart W., Klaus E.
Predicting Low Temperature Engine Oil Pumpability with the Mini-Rotary Viscometer
Murphy C., Shaub H., Smith M.
A Radiometric Test to Determine the Lubricant Effect on Journal Bearing Load Capacity
DeHart A., Hill R., Rosenberg R., Schneider E.
Development of a High Shear Rate Capillary Viscometer for Engine Oils
Alexander D., Rein S.
Determining Frictional Characteristics of Engine Oils by Engine Friction and Viscosity Measurements
Dancy J., Marshall H., Oliver C.
Low Temperature Viscosity Characteristics of Used Engine Oils
Didot F., Lonstrup T.
Paper ID: STP621_S4-EB
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