Lubricants

Lubricants - The lubrication wedge Hydrodynamic Lubrication...

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Lubrication Systems & Lubricants
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Types of Lubrication Systems & How They Work.
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Lubrication Systems Types: Forced Feed Splash Two-Cycle SI Engine Oil Circulation: Oil pan, strainer, oil pump, oil filter, main gallery, Upper Engine (Cylinder Head) - Camshaft, rocker arms, valves Lower Engine (Main Bearings) - Connecting rods, pistons, rings, cylinder
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Oil Pressure Adjustment Bypass Valve
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Source of Lubricants Crude Petroleum: Mineral Oil Base with additives Paraffin Based Oils? Synthetics: Synthetic base (synthetic hydrocarbons, Organic Esters, Polyglycols) and additives. You make the call!
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Functions of Lubricants Cool Moving Parts Sealing Agent Cleans Parts Prevents Corrosion Reducing Engine Noise
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Lubrication Principles Let’s go to the film!
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Unformatted text preview: The lubrication wedge Hydrodynamic Lubrication Boundary Lubrication Viscosity Pour Point Oil _________ reduces engine life more than any other factor. SAE Ratings SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers Viscosity & Viscosity Index Choosing a viscosity grade Polymer Improvers API Ratings API - American Petroleum Institute Severity of Service Ratings More important than SAE Two Different Grades SAE & API Activity Categorize the lubricant containers on the table according to: Engine Type Current utilization Climatic region PCV Valves Positive Crankcase Ventilation: We checkem and changeem, but what the heck do they do? Oil Viscosity Experiment Oil Viscosity Experiment...
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