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Improvement of axle-oil quality by antioxidant additives

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    The effect of various classes of antioxidant additive on the thermal-oxidation stability of high viscosity axle-oil was studied.

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    It was shown that unrefined mineral oil (axle-oil) has satisfactory response to amine-type antioxidant additives. The most effective additive investigated was phenothiazine.

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Literature cited

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    V. I. Orlov, Vestnik TsNII, No. 2 (1962).

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    V. S. Shadikyan et al., Technical Requirements for Rolling-Stock Axle-Oils, Trudy TsNII, No. 3 (1964).

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    M. M. Voronov, “Theory of friction in axle boxes,” Vestnik TsNII, No. 3 (1964).

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    A. T. Yatsyno et al., “Study of the influence of axle-oil viscosity on the operation of plain bearings in wagons,” Vestnik TsNII, No. 392, Izd. “Transport” (1969).

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Translated from Khimiya i Tekhnologiya Topliv i Masel, No. 9, pp. 29–30, September, 1969.

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Gol'dshtein, M.G., Tsurkan, I.G., Yatsuno, A.T. et al. Improvement of axle-oil quality by antioxidant additives. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 5, 648–650 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00729685

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Keywords

  • Viscosity
  • High Viscosity
  • Phenothiazine
  • Satisfactory Response
  • Antioxidant Additive