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    Tribology of Hydraulic Pump Testing

    Totten GE, Kling GH, Smolenski DJ
    Published: 1997

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    STP 1310 is the only publication of its kind addressing the critically important area of modeling and testing hydraulic fluid lubrication regimes in hydraulic pumps. In addition to an in-depth overview, 28 comprehensive peer-reviewed papers cover the following keyareas:

    Lubrication Fundamentals -- 4 papers explore the potential application of basic tribological principles to solve lubrication problems arising from a broad range of pumps and motors.

    Pump Testing -- A comprehensive selection of the most commonly used pump tests as well as new pump testing proposals are addressed in 15 papers.

    Fluid Cleanliness -- 3 papers examine the predictability of fluid contamination on pump wear.

    Bench Test Development -- Innovative bench testing procedures currently under evaluation to enhance or replace current testing approaches are explored in 6 papers.

    This publication is an invaluable resource for hydraulic mainten and and systems engineers, hydraulic pump manufacturers, designers and test personnel, oil manufacturers and producers, end users of hydraulic equipment, and fluid formulation specialists.

    Table of Contents

    Testing within the Continuum of Multiple Lubrication and Failure Mechanisms

    The Lubricant Film-Forming Properties of Modern Fire Resistant Hydraulic Fluids

    The Effect of Refrigerants in the Mixed Lubrication Regime

    Tribology of Hydraulic Pumps

    Tribological Testing with Hydraulic Pumps: A Review and Critique

    Pump Testing Strategies and Associated Tribological Considerations-Vane Pump Testing Methods ASTM D 2882, IP281, and DIN 51389

    Review of ASTM D 2882 and Current Possibilities

    Section D02.N.7 Status Report on Vickers 20VQ5 Vane Pump Test Development

    Evaluation of Vickers V-104 and 20VQ5 Vane Pumps for ASTM D-2882 Wear Tests Using Water-Glycol Hydraulic Fluids

    Vickers' 35VQ25 Pump Test

    Comparison of Vane Pump Tests Using Different Vickers Vane Pumps

    Hydraulic Fluid Wear Test Design and Development

    Energy Efficiency Screening Test for Hydraulic Fluids

    Pump Tests for Hydraulic Fluid Wear Qualification

    Standardized Hydraulic Fluid Testing — an Overview and History

    Proposed Hydraulic Pump Testing for Hydraulic Fluid Qualification

    Tribological Experiences of an Axial Piston Pump and Motor Manufacturer with Todays Available Biodegradable Fluids

    Evaluation of the Lubrication Properties of Biodegradable Fluids and Their Potential to Replace Mineral Oil in Heavily Loaded Hydrostatic Transmissions

    Testing Method for Biodegradable Hydraulic Pressure Media Based on Natural and Synthetic Esters

    Relating Solid Contaminant Particle Size Distribution to Flow Degradation in Hydraulic Pumps

    Contamination Sensitivity of Hydraulic Pumps and Valves

    A Review of Contamination Related Hydraulic Pump Problems in Japanese Injection Molding, Extrusion and Rubber Molding Industries

    Tribological Properties of Fire-Resistant, Nonflammable, and Petroleum-Based Hydraulic Fluids

    A New Test Method for Determining the Anti-Wear Properties of Hydraulic Fluids

    Importance of Mechanical Testing of Hydraulic Fluids

    Correlating Fluid Lubrication Characteristics to Pump Wear Using a Bench Top Surface Contact Test Method

    The Gamma Wear Test for Hydraulic Fluid Qualifications

    A Review of Four-ball Methods for the Evaluation of Lubricants

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D02

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1310-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5366-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2422-6