1965-02-01

A Look at the MIL-L-23699 (WEP) Lubricants 650816

Laboratory, component, and engine tests have been conducted by the General Electric Co. to evaluate the various lubricant properties important to the J79 jet engine. Such properties as elastomer volume swell, oxidation-corrosion, coking characteristics, and lubricity were evaluated. The effects of these various properties on engine performance and how the laboratory results relate to the component results and engine test results are discussed.

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