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The lubricant film-forming properties of modern fire resistant hydraulic fluids

The lubricant film-forming properties of modern fire resistant hydraulic fluids
The lubricant film-forming properties of modern fire resistant hydraulic fluids
Fire resistant hydraulic fluids tend to show significantly poorer ribological performance in hydraulic systems than conventional mineral oil-based fluids. There have recently been performance problems associated with increases of operating temperatures of mining hydraulics. This paper describes measurements of the elastohydrodynamic and boundary film-forming properties of a range of different hydraulic fluid types at temperatures up to 80°C. These are compared with friction and wear results obtained using the same fluids.

0803124228
21-37
ASTM International
Ratoi, Monica
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Spikes, Hugh A.
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Totten, G.E.
Kling, G.H.
Smolenski, D.J.
Ratoi, Monica
cfeffe10-31ca-4630-8399-232c4bc2beff
Spikes, Hugh A.
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Totten, G.E.
Kling, G.H.
Smolenski, D.J.

Ratoi, Monica and Spikes, Hugh A. (1997) The lubricant film-forming properties of modern fire resistant hydraulic fluids. In, Totten, G.E., Kling, G.H. and Smolenski, D.J. (eds.) Tribology of Hydraulic Pump Testing. Houston, US. ASTM International, pp. 21-37. (doi:10.1520/STP11833S).

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Fire resistant hydraulic fluids tend to show significantly poorer ribological performance in hydraulic systems than conventional mineral oil-based fluids. There have recently been performance problems associated with increases of operating temperatures of mining hydraulics. This paper describes measurements of the elastohydrodynamic and boundary film-forming properties of a range of different hydraulic fluid types at temperatures up to 80°C. These are compared with friction and wear results obtained using the same fluids.

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Published date: January 1997
Organisations: Engineering Science Unit, nCATS Group

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Local EPrints ID: 356386
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/356386
ISBN: 0803124228
PURE UUID: 48e97ced-d2fa-4771-b9cb-eb2937910c43

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Date deposited: 22 Nov 2013 14:51
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 03:39

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Author: Monica Ratoi
Author: Hugh A. Spikes
Editor: G.E. Totten
Editor: G.H. Kling
Editor: D.J. Smolenski

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