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No other book provides the extensive, in-depth coverage of fluid properties and test methodologies together. Manual 37 is a comprehensive, in-depth, well-referenced handbook that provides a detailed overview of all of the important ASTM and non-ASTM fuels and lubricants test procedures.
Westbrook Rajesh J. Totten, editor; section editors, Steven R. Westbrook, Rajesh J. Shah, p. ISBN 1.
George E. Westbrook Rajesh J. West Conshohocken, PA Totten, editor; section editors, Steven R. Westbrook, Rajesh J. Shah, p. ISBN 1. Lubrication and lubricants—Analysis. Totten, George E. Westbrook, Steven R. Shah, Rajesh J. All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, in any printed, mechanical, electronic, film, or other distribution and storage media, without the written consent of the publisher. Totten, G. The section editors were Steven R.
Contents Preface—George E. Totten, Steven R. Westbropk, and Rajesh J. Shah ix. Shah, Section Editor. Westbrook, Section Editor. Chapter 2—Liquefied Petroleiun Gas 31 Roberts. Chapter 3—Motor Gasoline 61 B. Hamilton and Robert J. Chapter 4—Aviation Fuels 89 Kurt H. Westbrook and Richard he Cren. Brunett, George E. Totten, and Paul M. Chapter 13—Hydraulic Fliiids Willie A. Givens and Paul W. Totten, and Glenn M. Harvey Michels and Tobias H. Chapter 16—Gear Lubricants Vasudevan Bala.
Chapter 17—Automotive Lubricants Shirley E. Schwartz, Simon C. Tung, and Michael L. Chapter 19—Petroleum Waxes G. Ali Mansoori, H. Lindsey Barnes, and Glenn M. Chapter 20—Lubricating Greases Thomas M. Verdura, Glen Brunette, and Rajesh Shah.
Tensi, George E. Westbrook and Rajesh J. Shah, Section Editors. Chapter 24—Hydrocarbon Analysis James C. Fitch and Mark Barnes. Chapter 25—Volatility Rey G. Chapter 26—Elemental Analysis R. Kishore Nadkami. Ryan HI. Cochrac and Syed Q. Chapter 31—Corrosion Maureen E. Hunter and Robert F.
Manning and M. Richard Hoover. There are many books on various aspects of fuels and lubricant chemistry, applications, and testing. However, few focus on testing and none provide extensive, in-depth cover- age on fluid properties and testing methodologies together. And while there are nu- merous national and international standards that deal with specific testing procedures appropriate for fuels and lubricants, it is generally beyond the scope of these proce- dures to provide an extensive discussion of the principles behind the tests and their re- lationship to the properties themselves.
Therefore, there is a strong need to address these informational shortcomings in the Fuels and Lubricants industry, which is one of the most significant tasks undertaken in this work. The ASTM Fuels and Lubricants Handbook: Technology, Properties, Perfor- mance, and Testing is an extensive, in-depth, well-referenced handbook that provides a detailed overview of various testing methodologies and also provides a thorough overview of the applications-related properties being tested.
We strongly believe that this book will be an invaluable resource for anyone working in this industry, especially since this information is not available in any other single source.
The preparation of a text of this scope was an enormous task involving many people. The editors are deeply indebted to the authors for their h a r d work and incredible pa- tience. The edi- tors are especially indebted to their families for many evenings and weekends lost to this project. Totten General Editor G. Steven R. Rajesh J. Yet, crude oil typically has uid fuels a n d other products. The fluid cataljrtic cracking unit FCCU is the main terminology unique to the industry.
The gasoline with a perspective on past, current, a n d likely future fuel to crude oil ratio is substantially lower in all other parts of the product quality and demand, is presented. Each important world; thus FCCU, while in place worldwide, plays a signifi- refinery process is described in sufficient detail to appreciate cantly lesser role in non-U.
Similar comparisons its purpose, operating characteristics, yield a n d quality pa- are summarized for other refinery processes in Table 2. Impurities, the main one being grated refinery utilizing the major process options in genereJ H2S, a r e removed, with final separation providing t h e use.
Each actual plant will incorporate those options that product disposition shown in Table 3. If a refiner is operating cost. Since most refineries reach their current con- squeezed for octane number, o r if LSR octane quality di- figuration by periodic revamp and expansion, it is both likely minishes d u e t o refiner response to changing gasoline and economically feasible for two refineries with similar feed specifications, the octane n u m b e r of this stream cem be in- and product slates to have a different mix of processes to sat- creased by the isomerization process.
Thus, all HSR D a to yield various boiling range streams as dictated by is processed through the catalytic reforming unit CRU the chemical processing to follow Table 1.
The atmospheric wherein the hydrocarbon composition is changed or "re- distillation unit usually separates about one-half of the crude formed" to a higher octane n u m b e r stream. Since the jet fuel market now ex- toms ASTM Test Method for Distillation of Petroleum Prod- ceeds the kerosine market in parts of the world, many re- ucts at Reduced Pressure, D usually separates an- finers now label this stream the "jet" cut.
The name Selection of downstream processing units is greatly dic- was derived in the early industry days when these oils were tated by demand and specifications of the different products, thermcJly cracked to produce olefin-containing "illuminat- and, particularly, increasing sulfur removal requirements.
Depending on One of the key considerations is gasoline demand. For exam- the final boiling point of the AGO a n d the downstream pro- cess options, t h e atmospheric distillation unit m a y jdeld one AGO c u t o r two. They can be processed in a hy- as average crude oil sulfur content continues to increase and drocracking unit HCU wherein they can be converted product sulfur is forced to lower levels by environmental leg- into catalytic reformer feed, jet and diesel fuel, and for pro- islation.
Sulfur removal, today, is accomplished in "hy- duction of lubricating oil base stocks. It cannot be version of the hydrocarbon feed stream to lower boiling distilled without causing substantial thermEd destruction molecules, is the most widely utilized.
Alternatively, hydroc- of its hydrocarbons. This cut is sold to the asphalt and racking is utilized to remove heteroatoms and concurrently heavy fuel oil markets, or processed by the options shown convert varying amounts of "high boilers" to lower boiling in Fig. They are commonly vacuum reduced crude connotated as nC6 and iC6s. This same split is not attempted for the normal and branched-chain olefins because of the greater number of potential olefin structures and the lesser impact on refinery process options.
The number of electrons in the outer shell Carbon Chemical Number Name End Uses of a carbon atom requires each atom to have four bonds to be stable. Nearly all hydrocarbon molecules encoun- C3 Propane Liquefied Petroleum Gas LPG tered in refining chemistry consist of all singly bonded car- Propylene Petrochemicals, Alkylation Unit, bons, or contain pairs of doubly bonded adjacent carbons; Polygas or Dimerization Unit the remaining bonds cu-e satisfied with hydrogen.
When there cire double bonds present, the Dimerization Unit, Petrochemicals, hydrocarbon is labeled unsaturated, since it holds less than Isooctane Unit. By chemical naming convention, all saturated hydrocar- almost always less dense than water, which has a specific bons, the paraffins and naphthenes, end in the letters "ane," gravity of 1.
Worldwide, average API Gravity is about 31 while all unsaturated hydrocEirbons, the olefins and aromat- sp. Aromatics are the densest of the hydrocarbon refinery unit selection and operation.
The amount of the var- types and are therefore lowest in API, while peiraffins Eire gen- ious heteroatoms and the m a n n e r in which they are bound to erally highest in API gravity. As boiling point of the crude oil carbon also is critical to refinery operation. These factors will increases, a r o m a t i c s content increases. Thus, high API be apparent throughout the remainder of this chapter as well crudes likely have lower concentrations of high boilers and as in other parts of this manual.
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The increasing global environmental awareness, evidenced by recent worldwide calls for control of climate change and greenhouse emissions, has placed significant new technical mandates for automotives to improve engine efficiency, which is directly related to the production of carbon dioxide, a major greenhouse gas. Reduction of parasitic losses of the vehicle, powertrain and the engine systems is a key component of energy conservation. For engine efficiency improvement, various approaches include improvements in advanced combustion systems, component system design and handling—such as down-sizing, boosting, and electrification—as well as waste heat recovery systems etc. Among these approaches, engine friction reduction is a key and relatively cost-effective approach, which has been receiving significant attention from tribologists and lubricant-lubrication engineers alike. In this paper, the fundamentals of friction specific to the environments of engine components tribology are reviewed, together with discussions on the impact of developing vehicle powertrain technologies, surface and material technologies, as well as lubricant and additive technologies on promises of continuing friction and wear reduction trends. The international accords on climate change require further gains in fuel efficiency and energy sustainability from all industry sectors including those in the automotive and the broader internal combustion engine industries, and the latter encompass off-highway, power generation, marine, and rail industries as well.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. While other books deal with various aspects of fuels and lubricant chemistry and applications, few focus on testing and provide coverage of fluid properties and testing methodologies together. And, while testing standards publications are abundant, such publications don't deal with the principles behind the tests. This handbook useful as a stand-alone reference or as a companion to the annual ASTM Book of Standards provides an overview of testing methodologies as well as the applications-related properties being tested. Editor Totten is a consultant specializing in thermal processing and industrial lubrication problems and equipment supply.
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Manual 37 is a comprehensive, in-depth, well-referenced handbook that provides a detailed overview of ALL of the important ASTM and non-ASTM fuels and lubricants test procedures Readers will get a thorough overview of the application-related properties being tested and an extensive discussion of the principles behind the tests and their relationship to the properties themselves. Do you know. Focusing on fuels, the first of three parts discusses areas such as compression and fuels, octane ratings, selecting fuels for liquid propane gas engines, diesel fuel characteristics, and storing fuels Part 2, Lubricants, describes engine oils, engine oil ratings, contamination of oil, mistaken ideas about engine oils, storing and handling.
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- Ты отлично понимаешь, что это за собой влечет - полный доступ АНБ к любой информации. - Сирена заглушала его слова, но Хейл старался ее перекричать. - Ты считаешь, что мы готовы взять на себя такую ответственность. Ты считаешь, что кто-нибудь готов. Это же крайне недальновидно. Ты говоришь, что наше дерьмовое правительство исходит из высших интересов людей.
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Ведь я слишком много знаю. - Успокойся, Грег. Сирена продолжала завывать. - Но я же ни в чем не виноват. - Ты лжешь.
Беккер не мигая смотрел на эту восхитительную женщину. - Мне нужно кольцо, - холодно сказал. - Кто вы такой? - потребовала .
Постарайтесь пройти по нему до конца. Сьюзан вздохнула: - Программа принимает ключ только в цифровой форме. Мне кажется, что тут содержится некий намек на то, что это за цифра.
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