The Impact of Fatty Acid Diisopropanolamides on Marine Gas Oil Lubricity
AbstractIn this study, seven mixtures of diisopropanolamides that were synthesized from various vegetable oils (sunflower oil, soybean oil, cotton seed oil, olive oil, tobacco seed oil, coconut oil, used frying oil) were used as lubricating additives in a low-sulfur marine gas oil. All tribological measurements were carried out by using the high-frequency reciprocating ring (HFRR) test procedure, according to EN ISO 12156-1. The obtained wear results showed that all mixtures of diisopropanolamides used provide satisfactory a mean wear scar diameter (WS 1.4) of less than 520 μm, at concentration levels of 60–120 ppm. The concentrations below 60 ppm had no effect on the fuel lubricity. An increase in the concentration of the diisopropanolamide mixtures led to an insignificant increase of the lubrication effectiveness. View Full-Text
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Anastopoulos, G.; Kaligeros, S.; Schinas, P.; Zannikou, Y.; Karonis, D.; Zannikos, F. The Impact of Fatty Acid Diisopropanolamides on Marine Gas Oil Lubricity. Lubricants 2017, 5, 28.
Anastopoulos G, Kaligeros S, Schinas P, Zannikou Y, Karonis D, Zannikos F. The Impact of Fatty Acid Diisopropanolamides on Marine Gas Oil Lubricity. Lubricants. 2017; 5(3):28.Chicago/Turabian Style
Anastopoulos, George; Kaligeros, Stamatios; Schinas, Petros; Zannikou, Ypatia; Karonis, Dimitrios; Zannikos, Fanourios. 2017. "The Impact of Fatty Acid Diisopropanolamides on Marine Gas Oil Lubricity." Lubricants 5, no. 3: 28.
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