1945-01-01

Chemistry and Prevention of PISTON-RING STICKING 450183

OXIDATION of lubricating oils produces, among other products, oxyacids, which, according to the study made by these authors, constitute the source of ring sticking because of a tendency to turn into insoluble deposits.
The chemical explanation of this phenomenon is given here in detail, so that it may prove useful in implementing the design of noncorrosive, anti-ring-sticking additives for heavy-duty oils.

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