Lubrication and Lubricant Selection – A Practical Guide – Third Edition

Lubrication and Lubricant Selection – A Practical Guide – Third Edition
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A R Lansdown
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27 نوفمبر 2017
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Lubrication and Lubricant Selection – A Practical Guide – Third Edition
A R Lansdown
Contents
Preface to Third Edition
Series Editors’ Foreword
Chapter 1 Basic Principles of Lubrication
1.1 Meaning of lubrication
1.2 Friction
1.3 Liquid lubrication
1.4 Hydrodynamic lubrication
1.5 Boundary lubrication
1.6 Externally pressurised lubrication
1.7 Dry or solid lubrication
1.8 Wear
1.9 Cooling
1.10 Corrosion prevention
1.11 Summary
Chapter 2 Choice of Lubricant Type
2.1 Whether to lubricate or not
2.2 The problem of lubricant selection
2.3 Basic classes of lubricant
2.4 Choosing the lubricant class
2.5 Lubricant choice for particular types of component
2.6 Lubrication of complex machines
Chapter 3 Lubricating Oils
3.1 The important properties of oils
3.2 Mineral oils
3.3 Viscosity
3.4 Boundary lubrication
3.5 Oil deterioration
3.6 Contamination
3.7 Compatibility
3.8 Corrosion
3.9 Synthetic and natural oils and emulsions
Appendix – Viscosity Units
Chapter 4 Selection of Lubricating Oil
4.1 The selection process
4.2 Choosing the correct oil viscosity
4.3 Boundary lubrication requirements
4.4 Other additives
4.5 Selection of base oil
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4.6 Automotive engine oils
4.7 Vehicle transmission lubricants
4.8 Metalworking lubricants
4.9 Process fluids as lubricants
4.10 Rationalization of lubricating oils
4.11 Summary
Chapter 5 Oil Supply Systems
5.1 Advantages of oil supply systems
5.2 Total loss systems
5.3 Ring, disc and splash lubrication
5.4 Oil mist or fog systems
5.5 Oil circulation systems
5.6 Oil changing problems
5.7 Selection of the appropriate system
Chapter 6 Oil Changing and Oil Conservation
6.1 Oil changing
6.2 Oil resources and conservation
6.3 Oil deterioration in use
6.4 Establishing the oil change period
6.5 Changing the type of oil
6.6 Carrying out the oil change
6.7 Handling the old oil
6.8 Disposing of emulsions and water-contaminated oils
6.9 Laundering
6.10 Re-processing for fuel use
6.11 Re-refining
Chapter 7 Greases and Anti-seizes
7.1 The nature of greases
7.2 Composition of greases
7.3 Grease manufacture
7.4 Mechanism of action of greases
7.5 Properties of greases
7.6 Advantages and disadvantages of grease
7.7 Selection and applications of greases
7.8 Methods of applying greases
7.9 Anti-seize and anti-scuffing compounds
Chapter 8 Dry Bearings and Solid Lubrication
8.1 Mechanism of solid lubrication
8.2 Advantages and disadvantages of solid lubricants
8.3 Graphite
8.4 Molybdenum disulphide and similar compounds
8.5 Other inorganics
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8.6 PTFE and similar polymers
8.7 Nylons
8.8 Acetals
8.9 Polyetheretherketones (PEEK)
8.10 Other polymers
8.11 Metals as solid lubricants
8.12 Composites
8.13 Diamond-Like Carbon (DEC)
8.14 Selection of solid lubricants
8.15 Designing for solid lubricants
8.16 Some applications of solid lubricants
Appendix – Theory of Friction of Solid Lubricants
Chapter 9 Gas Bearings
9.1 Principles of gas bearings
9.2 Properties of the gas
9.3 Advantages and disadvantages of gas bearings
9.4 Examples of gas bearing use
Chapter 10 Sealing of Lubricants
10.1 Principle of sealing
10.2 Static seals
10.3 Semi-static seals
10.4 Rotary seals
10.5 Sealing reciprocating shafts
10.6 Seal materials
10.7 Handling and fitting
Chapter 11 Lubricant Testing and Specifications
11.1 The object of testing
11.2 Functional tests
11.3 Chemical and physical tests
11.4 Standards and specifications
11.5 Automotive engine oil specifications
11.6 Drawing up a specification
11.7 Precision of tests
Chapter 12 Lubricant Monitoring
12.1 The objects of lubricant monitoring
12.2 Monitoring the quality of the lubricant
12.3 Wear monitoring
12.4 Field tests
12.5 Application to grease
12.6 Selecting and designing a monitoring programme
12.7 Investigating failures
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Chapter 13 Lubricant Handling and Storage
13.1 Care in lubricant handling
13.2 Lubricant packaging and delivery
13.3 Storage
13.4 Dispensing and applying lubricants
Chapter 14 Health and Safety
14.1 Overall safety of lubricants
14.2 Flammability and explosions
14.3 Accidents involving lubricants
14.4 Health aspects of lubricants
14.5 Environmental impact
Bibliography
Index
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