Engine Coolant Testing, Volume 3: by Beal, Roy E.(eds.)

By Beal, Roy E.(eds.)

This publication covers advances within the improvement, trying out, and alertness of engine cooling fluids for cars and heavy responsibility engines. contains:

  • A short background of ethylene glycol engine coolant
  • New households of engine coolant that function in a medium pH diversity
  • Historical evaluate of cavitation corrosion in diesel cylinder liners
  • History of supplemental coolant ingredients utilized in heavy responsibility diesel engines and a brand new kinfolk of phosphate molybdate programs which are designed to accomplish greater with aluminum parts
  • Toxicity and disposal of engine coolants
  • Pump seal failure--causes and ideas
  • Recycling approaches
  • Automotive and heavy accountability automobiles technologies.
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    Purple purple purple 11 066 10 128 7 306 02 May 91 03 May 91 03 May 91 PURPLE COOLANT CABS WHICH HAD THE ORIGINAL PUMP REMOVED WITH THE ENGINE AT 820 822 Average 74 218 66 500 70 359 OVERHAUL 59 702 purple 60 287 purple . . . . 14 516 6 213 . . 04 Jan. 91 13 Dec. 90 . pumps failed. It does not take into account pumps that are still in service. Again, the fact that there were only 3 occurrences out of a possible 20 make calculated numerical averages for the blue coolant test group statistically meaningless.

    90 916 77 165 77 165 FF 0 06 Aug. 90 755 77 857 77 857 FF 0 25 Aug. 90 905 77 870 77 870 FF 0 27 Aug. 90 899 78 489 78 489 FF 0 16 Oct, 90 753 78 557 78 557 FF 0 18 Aug. 90 938 78 909 78 909 FF 0 22 June 90 912 79 717 79 717 FF 0 16 Nov. 90 738 80 498 80 498 FF 0 16 Aug, 90 897 81 727 81 727 FF 0 02 Sept. 90 765 86 953 86 953 FF 0 03 Oct. 90 720 87 616 20 418 FF/green 67 198 08 Sept. 90 737 90 249 90 249 FF 0 14 Nov. 90 BURNS ON FLEET TEST CORRELATIONS 31 TABLE 3--Continued. Car Number Actual Mileage, km Test Mileage, km Coolant Used Mileage at Fill, km Date at Failure FACTORY-FILL CABS THAT HAD FAILURES OF THE ORIGINAL COOLANT PUMP DURING TEST PERIOD 915 745 914 747 901 906 749 917 946 799 911 769 939 760 903 933 895 943 803 719 710 Average 90 778 91 781 93 511 96 108 96 232 98 550 98 585 101 175 102 327 102 382 103 177 103 817 103 894 109 207 113 859 119 500 125 695 133 793 139 945 152 831 170 608 77 t74 90 778 91 781 93 511 96 108 96 232 98 550 98 585 101 175 102 327 102 382 103 177 103 817 103 894 109 207 113 859 119 500 125 695 133 793 139 945 80 813 95 083 76 241 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF/green FF/green 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 018 75 525 933 20 Sept.

    Brown for his guidance on the statistical evaluations of the data, and Dr. James L. Jackson for the use of his statistical graphics software, his personal computer, and his time. Additionally, the technical and analytical assistance of Dr. Tristan A. Laurian, Mr. Charles F. Taylor, Mr. Stanley E. Whitfield, and Ms. Renee T. Bade was much appreciated. References [1] Darden, J. W, Triebel, C. , Maes, J. , "Monoacid/Diacid Combination as Corrosion lnhibitors in Antifreeze Formulations," SAE Paper 900804, Society of Automotive Engineers, 1990.

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