In-Service Lubricant and Machine Analysis, Diagnostics, and Prognostics

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This compilation of the journal of ASTM International, STP1536, contains the papers published in JAI that were presented at a symposium on In-Service Lubricant and Machine Analysis, Diagnostics, and Prognostics held during December 8, 2010 in Jacksonville, FL. The symposium was sponsored by ASTM Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants and Subcommittee D02.96 on In-Service Lubricant Testing and Condition Monitoring Services.

Author:  Various
Published:  2011
Format:  Paperback
Pages:  158
Table Of Contents:  

    Outstanding Return on Investment When Industrial Plant Lubrication Programs are Supported by International Standards

    Guidelines for Alarm Limits and Trend Analysis

    Optimizing a Wind Turbine Oil Condition Monitoring Program

    The Use of Linear Sweep Voltammetry in Condition Monitoring of Diesel Engine Oil

    An Overview of Progress and New Developments in FTIR Lubricant Condition Monitoring Methodology

    Particle Characterization and Sizing: SEM Utilizing Automated Electron Beam and AFA Software for Particle Counting and Particle Characterization

    Recent Developments in Online Oil Condition Monitoring Sensors and Alignment with ASTM Methods and Practices

    In-Line Monitoring of Particulate, Color, and Water Content in Lubricating Oils to Facilitate Predictive Maintenance, Reduce Wear, and Provide Real Time Alarming

    Analysis of In-Service Lubricating Grease

    Lubricating Oils Evaluation of Dispersancy Capacity of Lubricating Oils and the Impact of Biofuels on Lubricant Dispersancy

    Experiences with ASTM D02 Practices D43 78 and D6224 for Turbine Oils and Auxiliary Power Plant Equipment Condition Monitoring Programs

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