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Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants

Lilianna Z. Pillon

Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants

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Published by Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Synthetic lubricants,
  • Petroleum -- Refining,
  • Surface chemistry

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLilianna Z. Pillon.
    SeriesChemical industries -- v. 127
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP698 .P55 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23575362M
    ISBN 109781439803400
    LC Control Number2009024348


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The book provides an understanding of these factors that will influence proper selection of base stocks. Surface Activity of Petroleum Derived Lubricants explains how surface activity is affected by several factors: the interfacial properties of lube oil base stocks at oil/surface interfaces, lubricant solvency properties, additive interactions, and variations in temperature.

Get this from a library. Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants. [Lilianna Z Pillon] -- Conventional refining of crude oils. Nonconventional processing of base stocks.

Low-temperature fluidity of base stocks. Oxidation stabilities of base stocks. Surface Activity of Petroleum Derived Lubricants explains how surface activity is affected by several factors: the interfacial properties of lube oil base stocks at oil/surface interfaces, lubricant solvency properties, Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants book interactions, and variations in temperature.

Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Pillon, Lilianna Z. Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants. Boca Raton: CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Lilianna Z.

SURFACE ACTIVITY OF PETROLEUM DERIVED LUBRICANTS SURFACE ACTIVITY OF PETROLEUM DERIVED LUBRICANTS Lilianna Z. Pillon Boca Raton London New York CRC Press is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business.

Petroleum occurs at the surface of the ground in a variety of ways. Some surface occurrences may be thought of as currently active, or “live,” such as (1) those that form seepages and exudations of bitumen, and (2) those associated with springs and mud volcanoes and mud flows.

Clays Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants book the most utilized minerals and considered very efficient and economical sorbents according to their chemical and physical properties. Clays are enjoying rapid popularity in the petroleum refining industry for the various processes such as adsorption and separation.

Removal of many components such as sulfur, heavy metals, Author: Eman Abdelwahab Emam. More than 36% of Canadian oil production is currently derived from this resource 59 either by mining the near-surface deposits or by heating the oil by steam injection to reduce the viscosity and Cited by: Lilianna Pillon is the author of Surface Activity of Petroleum Derived Lubricants ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and Interfacial.

Petroleum lubricants – the Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants book focus in this Surface activity of petroleum derived lubricants book – are manufactured from base oils that are isolated from high boiling fractions of crude oil that are often referred to as mineral oils (see also Chapter 3).

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Interfacial Properties of Petroleum Products examines conventional and non-conventional processing techniques for crude oils and documents their effects on the composition and properties of petroleum products at the oil/solid, oil/air, oil/water and oil/metal interfaces.

Focusing on surface activity, the author examines the undesirable effects. The results of an assessment of the effects of selected petroleum-derived and vegetable oils on soil physicochemical and hydraulic properties are presented in this work.

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Ganiyu, M. Atoyebi, K. Are, O. Olurin, B. Badmus. The Chemistry and Technology of Lubricants describes the chemical components that contribute to the formulation of liquid lubricants followed by discussion of lubricant technology for specific applications.

The individual components are described in Part I: Base Fluids and in Part II: Additives. Part I covers the manufacture and properties of the most common base fluid types derived. Both petroleum and non-petroleum oil can affect the environment surrounding an oil spill.

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Petroleum has mostly been recovered by oil drilling (natural petroleum springs are rare). Drilling is carried out after studies of structural geology (at the reservoir scale), sedimentary basin analysis, and reservoir characterisation (mainly in terms of the porosity and permeability of geologic reservoir structures).

The modern history of petroleum began in the 19th century with the refining of paraffin from crude oil. The Scottish chemist James Young in noticed a natural petroleum seepage in the Riddings colliery at Alfreton, Derbyshire from which he distilled a.

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“Non-lubricant” products include agricultural spray oils, printing inks, tyre oils, etc. Oil mists or aerosols can arise from the use of mineral oil both as lubricant and as non-lubricant.

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The Automotive Lubricants Reference Book, Second Edition addresses these and many other important issues by providing a solid foundation to this important element of automotive engineering. Comprehensive and timely, this important publication is an ideal reference for anyone involved in the automotive lubricants industry.

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