Effect of ultrasound on the properties of the rapeseed oil—monoethanolamine system
- 28 Downloads
The effect of an ultrasound field on the rheological properties and thermal stability of rapeseed oil (RO) in the presence of monoethanolamine (MEA) and the dispersing properties of the RO-MEA system were investigated. The extremal character of the change in the dispersing effect of RO with an increase in the concentration of MEA was established. Ultrasound vibrations cause mechanochemical transformations that decrease the thermal stability at high temperatures.
KeywordsThermal Stability Mineral Resource Rheological Property Monoethanolamine Extremal Character
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.Sirovatka, L. A., Dmitrieva, T. V. 2000Trenie Iznos21219223Google Scholar
- 2.Evdokimov, A. Yu., Fuks, I. G., Bagdasarov, L. N. 1993Lubricants Based on Vegetable and Animal FatsTsNIITEneftekhimMoscow[in Russian]Google Scholar
- 3.R. M. Kuliev, F. R. Shirinov, and F. A. Kuliev, Khim. Tekhnol. Topl. Masel, No. 3, 9–10 (1995).Google Scholar
- 4.Dmitrieva, T. V., Sirovatka, L. A., Bortnitskii, V. I. 2001Trenie Iznos22693698Google Scholar
- 5.Dmitrieva, T. V., Sirovatka, L. A. 2001Proceedings of the II International Scientific and Technical Conference “Composite Materials,” June 5–7, 2001NTUU KPIKiev74[in Russian]Google Scholar
- 6.Lipatov, Yu. S. eds. 1986Physical Chemistry of Multicomponent Polymer SystemsNaukova DumkaKiev[in Russian]Google Scholar