SEDL / STP / STP887-EB
This volume responds to the demands of an evolving technology by publishing some of the most current research findings in coolant development work and methods of testing. It covers aluminum radiators and components plus traditional soldered systems. It updates ASTM STP 705 and includes discussion on a proposed standard hot surface test for aluminum engine materials and coolant.
Table of Contents
Maintaining Scale and Sludge in Suspension in Automotive Cooling Systems
Engelhardt P., Starkey J.
The Development and Field Service History of Ford Automotive Aluminum Radiators
Barkley J., Wiggle R., Winterbottom W.
A New Cladding Alloy for Coolant-Side Corrosion Protection of Vacuum-Brazed Aluminum Radiators
A Demonstration of Aluminum Transport Deposition
JC W., JJ C., LK B.
Propylene Glycol, A New Base Fluid for Automotive Coolants
FE M., W J.
Additive Package for Used Antifreeze
Conley J., Jamison R.
Inhibitors and Coolant Corrosivity
Sullivan F., Vukasovich M.
Evalution of Engine Coolants by Electrochemical Methods
Chance R., Rowe L., Walker M.
Solder Bloom Corrosion Analysis Based on Field Survey Data, Potential Causes, and Resolution
Dynamic Testing of Soldered Joints in Engine Coolants
Testing of Engine Coolant Inhibitors by an Electrochemical Method in the Laboratory and in Vehicles
Fiaud C., Netter P., Tadjamoli M., Tzinmann M.
European Test Methods for Automotive Coolants: Experience Gained in Recent Cavitation and Corrosion Tests
Liebold G., Starke K.
Test Methods for the Development of Supplemental Additives for Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Coolants
Hercamp R., Hudgens R.
A Review of Factors Influencing Coolant-Metal Interfaces in Engines
Observations on Aluminum Water Pump Cavitation Tests
U.S. Army Antifreeze after 50 Years
Corrosion Behavior Diagram of Aluminum 319 Alloy in Automotive Coolants
Paper ID: STP887-EB
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