STP Published: 1993

Engine Coolant Testing: Third Volume

Editor(s): R E Beal

Covers advances in the development, testing, and application of engine cooling fluids for automobiles and heavy duty engines. Includes:

• A brief history of ethylene glycol engine coolant

• New families of engine coolant that operate in a medium pH range

• Historical overview of cavitation corrosion in diesel cylinder liners

• History of supplemental coolant additives used in heavy duty diesel engines and a new family of phosphate molybdate packages that are designed to perform better with aluminum components

• Toxicity and disposal of engine coolants

• Pump seal failure--causes and solutions

• Recycling processes

• Automotive and heavy duty vehicles technologies.

Table of Contents

RE Beal

HJ Hannigan

J-P Maes, P Van de Ven

JM Burns

WC Mercer

NC Adamowicz, DF Falla

RE Beal, R El-Bourini

RD Hercamp

RD Hudgens

RD Hudgens, RB Bustamante

PR Hemmes, TH Kreiser, S Valle, RD Hercamp

W Zamechek, DA McKenzie

PM Woyciesjes

RJ Stafford

K Kiryu, O Hirata, A Yoshino, K Okada, H Hirabayashi

SM Woodward, AV Gershun

RD Hercamp, RA Remiasz

RC Richardson

WH Bradley

FA Kelley

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Developed by Committee: D15
Pages: 310
DOI: 10.1520/STP1192-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5244-1
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1851-5