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    Engine Coolant Testing: State of the Art

    Ailor WH
    Published: 1980

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    Twenty-one papers review past studies and provide new insights and techniques on cooling systems, coolants and anti-freezes, cavitation, corrosion, properties, service, and research and testing.

    Table of Contents






    Automotive Engine Coolants: A Review of Their Requirements and Methods of Evaluation

    Experience of the British Standards Institution in the Field of Engine Coolants

    Automotive Coolants in Europe: Technical Requirements and Testing

    Laboratory Research in the Development and Testing of Inhibited Coolants in Boiling Heat-Transfer Conditions

    Simulated Service Tests for Evaluation of Engine Coolants

    Research and Development Efforts in Military Antifreeze Formulations

    Corrosion Testing of Furnace and Vacuum Brazed Aluminum Radiators

    Use of Electrochemical Techniques for Corrosion Testing of Antifreezes

    Chemical Properties as a Tool for Maintaining High-Quality Engine Antifreeze Coolants in the Marketplace

    How Good is the ASTM Simulated Service Corrosion Testing of Engine Coolants?

    Detecting Coolant Corrosivity with Electrochemical Sensors

    Static Vehicle Corrosion Test Method and Its Significance in Engine Coolant Evaluations for Aluminum Heat Exchangers

    Evaluating the Corrosion Resistance of Aluminum Heat Exchanger Materials

    Statistical Treatment of Laboratory Data for ASTM D 1384-70 Using Soft Solder

    Refinement of the Vibratory Cavitation Erosion Test for the Screening of Diesel Cooling System Corrosion Inhibitors

    Electrochemical Corrosion of an Aluminum Alloy in Cavitating Ethylene Glycol Solutions

    Cavitation Corrosion

    Evaluation of a Novel Engine Coolant Based on Ethanediol Developed to Replace AL-3 (NATO S735) as the Automotive Antifreeze Used by the British Army

    Cooling Systems Corrosion in Relation to Design and Materials

    Testing of Solder for Corrosion by Engine Coolants


    Committee: D15

    DOI: 10.1520/STP705-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4774-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0331-3