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No other book provides the extensive, in-depth coverage of fluid properties and test methodologies together.
Manual 37 is a comprehensive, in-depth, well-referenced handbook that provides a detailed overview of all of the important ASTM and non-ASTM fuels and lubricants test procedures. Readers will get a thorough overview of the application-related properties being tested and an extensive discussion of the principles behind the tests and their relationship to the properties themselves.
This newly revised edition, updated from the 2003 publication, includes new breadth and depth of discussion on important petroleum industry technology. It is a must-have for anyone in the global industry involved in the formulation, use, and specification of fuels and lubricants.
You’ll get 49 chapters on general material production; fuels; lubricants; non-petroleum process fluids and ionic fluids; and testing. Topics covered include:
– Chromatography methods in the petroleum and fuels and lubricants industry
– NMR spectroscopy in the petroleum industry
– Mass spectrometry in the petroleum industry
– Metalworking and machining fluids
– Hydrocarbons for chemical and specialty uses
– Bench test modeling
– Lubricant friction and wear testing
– Statistical quality assurance and measurement practices for petroleum products
– Environmental characteristics of fuels and lubricants
– Pipeline corrosion
– Engineering sciences of aerospace fuels
– Fuel cleanliness