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    Assessment of Lubrication Conditions in a Big-End Bearing by Temperature Measurements—Correlation with High Shear Viscosity

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    When dealing with overall engine performance, engine journal bearings are recognized to be of major importance. Their lubrication can be critical, especially with increasing sump temperatures, as it is already a high energy consuming process.

    Of all the measurements possible to control engine bearing performance, temperature measurements are the most advantageous and simplify the recording process.

    Author Information:

    du Parquet, J
    TOTAL, Centre de Recherches,

    Godet, A
    TOTAL, Centre de Recherches,

    Committee/Subcommittee: D02.07

    DOI: 10.1520/STP28011S