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|Title:||Wear and friction studies of some substituted benzothiazolyl thiocarbamides as potential EP additives|
Singh, A P
Verma, V K
|Abstract:||Four-ball tests using 12.7 mm diameter steel bearing balls have been conducted to evaluate the wear and friction reducing properties of admixtures of paraffin oil with potentially active 1-[2-(6- substituted) benzothiazolyl]-thiocarbamides and sulphurphosphorous commercial additive (0.5% wt/vol). The parameters determined are wear-scar diameter, friction coefficient, initial seizure load, 2.5 s seizure delay load, weld load, mean Hertz load and flash temperature parameter, The additive, 1-[2-(6-Chloro) benzothiazolyl] thiocarbamide appeared to be the most effective. The topography and tribochemistry of the wear-scar surface have been studied by SEM and AES techniques, respectively.|
|ISSN:||0975-0991 (Online); 0971-457X (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJCT Vol.01(3) [May 1994]|
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