Accession Number : AD0611531

Title :   EFFECT OF ADDITIVES ON THE ANTIWEAR PROPERTIES OF FUELS,

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : Kichkin,G. I. ; Rozhkov,I. V. ; Vilenkin,A. V. ; Kornilova,E. N.

Report Date : 11 FEB 1965

Pagination or Media Count : 15

Abstract : Of the investigated jet fuels the best antiwear properties are had by the fuel T-1; the worst by the fuel T-2. With the rise in the temperature within the limits of 20 to 150C the antiwear properties of the fuel deteriorate considerably. With the addition to the fuel in small concentration (0.01% by weight) of antiwear substances developed for oils the antiwear properties of the fuel are improved almost to the same level as with the addition to the fuel of antioxidants and stabilizer-dispersants. The adding to fuels for jet engines of some types of surface-active substances - phenols, alkylphenols, phenylene-diamines- makes it possible at the same time to improve their stability during storage and improve their antiwear properties. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*FUEL ADDITIVES, WEAR RESISTANCE), FUEL PUMPS, LUBRICATION, JET ENGINE FUELS, PHENOLS, POLYMERS, SURFACE ACTIVE SUBSTANCES, AMINES, USSR

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE