STP Published: 2008

Engine Coolant Technologies: 5th Volume

Editor(s): William N. Matulewicz

Fourteen peer-reviewed papers present the latest research in modern engine coolant formulating.

Topics cover:
• International coolant development
• Field testing of coolant additives
• Engine coolant recycling
• Engine component and coolant additive compatibility
• Alternate coolant base technology
• Extended life oxidation and thermal stability
• New testing methods of cavitation, erosion, and localized corrosion

The advances in coolant system components and construction continue to impact the modern automotive, heavy-duty, locomotive and free standing engine design and performance. The expanding use of lighter metals, advances in nonmetallics, changes in fluid control technologies and coolant filtration in today’s engines, plus advancing discoveries in EGR and fuel cell technologies in engines of the future are a few of the challenges facing the experts in engine coolant formulating.

Table of Contents

Hiroshi Egawa, Yasuaki Mori, Michael L. Abel

Heather J. DeBaun, Fred C. Alverson

Regis J. Pellet, Leonard S. Bartley, Paul O. Fritz

R. Hudgens, E. Schmidt, M. Williams

Bo Yang, Filipe J. Marinho, Aleksei V. Gershun

Anthony P. Skrobul, Steven L. Balfe, Fred C. Alverson

Carol Jeffcoate, Mary Ranger, Jerry Grajzl, Bo Yang, Peter Woyciesjes, Aleksei Gershun

Bo Yang, Aleksei V. Gershun, Filipe J. Marinho, Peter M. Woyciesjes

Glen Davis, Mark Sarlo

Paul O. Fritz, Leonard S. Bartley, Regis Pellet, Virginia Moser, Carmen Ulabarro

Yasuaki Mori, Michael L. Abel, Yuji Miyake

Fred C. Alverson, Steven L. Balfe, Anthony P. Skrobul

Sandra Claeys, Serge Lievens

Yu-Sen Chen, R. Doug Hudgens, Edward R. Eaton

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Developed by Committee: D15
Pages: 156
DOI: 10.1520/STP1491-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-6253-2
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-3420-1