The role of soot particles in the tribological behavior of engine lubricating oils

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The role of soot particles in the tribological behavior of engine lubricating oils. / Hu, Enzhu; Hu, Xianguo; Liu, Tianxia; Fang, Ling; Dearn, K.D.; Xu, H.

In: Wear, Vol. 304, No. 1-2, 15.07.2013, p. 152-161.

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Hu, Enzhu ; Hu, Xianguo ; Liu, Tianxia ; Fang, Ling ; Dearn, K.D. ; Xu, H. / The role of soot particles in the tribological behavior of engine lubricating oils. In: Wear. 2013 ; Vol. 304, No. 1-2. pp. 152-161.

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abstract = "This paper describes a study of the influence of soot contamination on the tribological behavior of engine lubricants. The candidate lubricants were a formulated engine lubricant, (CD SAE 15W-40) and a base oil (150SN). Soot particle contamination was simulated using carbon black with friction and wear measured using a four-ball tribometer. The results show that the antiwear and antifriction properties of the CD SAE 15W-40 formulated oil with varying carbon black contents were better than those of 150SN base oil. The antifriction properties of the SAE 15W‐40 formulated oil with the addition of 2 wt{\%} carbon black were strengthened. This was ascribed to uniformly dispersed carbon black and the additives in the CD SAE 15W-40. The antifriction properties of the 150SN base oil with 2, 4 wt{\%} carbon black content were upgraded via the addition of 2 wt{\%} dispersant polyisobutylene succinimide. The tribological effect of the carbon black in the lubricants was attributed to absorption and agglomerate effects.",
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