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THIRD WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS

THIRD WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS Brief Details of Lubrication Papers THIR D WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS The following brief details of papers to be pre- On the afternoon of Monday, 4t h June, papers will sented a t the Third World Petroleum Congress, at deal with Motor Oils. All contributions deal with the Hague, from 28th May to 6th June, are those of one or other aspect of the use of additives. Except papers which it is believed will be of special interest for pour-point depressants, which are of interest for to our readers. Full details of papers and authors cold-climate operation, the detergent-anti-oxidant- have not been received in time for Press. anti-wear compound typical of modern Premium and Heavy Duty motor oils gets the biggest share of Section 6 is devoted to the Composition of Petro­ leum, Analysis and Testing, Measurement and attention. Control. Under Analysis and Testing, one session is Electrical Oils are dealt with in a session on reserved for discussion of this subject on Monday, Wednesday morning, 30th May. Two contributions Jun e 4th. The development of tests for the evalu­ give a complete coverage of the use of petroleum oils ation of the performance of fuels and lubricants is an in the cable industry. The fields of application, essential feature of modern petroleum technology. variety of products available, specific requirements, In this connection the octane number of gasolines, methods of testing, and theoretical aspects of the cetane number of diesel fuels, and the various dielectric losses will be discussed. standardized engine tests for Heavy Duty lubricants are dealt with in several contributions. The methods used for the analysis of used engine oils and oils for many other purposes such as lubrication of gears or for the enrichment of gas by carburation, which are regularly subject to study and improvement, also come up for discussion. Section 7 (Utilization of oil products) will contain many contributed papers on lubrication, and also some of indirect interest. These will be as follows :— Following a comprehensive discussion, at high level, on fuels and combustion (general and funda­ mental), papers will deal with Gas Turbines and their fuels, Gasoline Engines and their fuels, Diesel Engines and their fuels, etc. Lubricants and Lubric­ ation (general and fundamental) will be dealt with on Thursday afternoon, 31st May. A review of the various lubrication problems shows tha t there is still a great lack of fundamental insight. The other papers in this sub-section deal with the increase of viscosity with pressure, with fundamental insight into th e structure of protective layers under boundary lubrication conditions, and with the protection against scuffing afforded by mineral oils in an actual gear transmission. I n the same afternoon, papers are devoted to Industrial and Special Lubricants. In this very wide field, only two sectors are to be explored : metal-working lubricants and greases. The paper on the former subject deals with the adverse lubric­ ating conditions met with in several metal-working processes such as drawing and cutting, where the requirements made of the lubricant may actually be more severe than in any case arising during the normal operation of machinery. The two contri­ butions on greases may surprise the unitiated, show­ ing as they do the great advances of science and technology in this complex matter. 32 Scientific LUBRICATION May, 1951 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Emerald Publishing

THIRD WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS

Industrial Lubrication and Tribology , Volume 3 (5): 1 – May 1, 1951

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Emerald Publishing
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0036-8792
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10.1108/eb052118
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Brief Details of Lubrication Papers THIR D WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS The following brief details of papers to be pre- On the afternoon of Monday, 4t h June, papers will sented a t the Third World Petroleum Congress, at deal with Motor Oils. All contributions deal with the Hague, from 28th May to 6th June, are those of one or other aspect of the use of additives. Except papers which it is believed will be of special interest for pour-point depressants, which are of interest for to our readers. Full details of papers and authors cold-climate operation, the detergent-anti-oxidant- have not been received in time for Press. anti-wear compound typical of modern Premium and Heavy Duty motor oils gets the biggest share of Section 6 is devoted to the Composition of Petro­ leum, Analysis and Testing, Measurement and attention. Control. Under Analysis and Testing, one session is Electrical Oils are dealt with in a session on reserved for discussion of this subject on Monday, Wednesday morning, 30th May. Two contributions Jun e 4th. The development of tests for the evalu­ give a complete coverage of the use of petroleum oils ation of the performance of fuels and lubricants is an in the cable industry. The fields of application, essential feature of modern petroleum technology. variety of products available, specific requirements, In this connection the octane number of gasolines, methods of testing, and theoretical aspects of the cetane number of diesel fuels, and the various dielectric losses will be discussed. standardized engine tests for Heavy Duty lubricants are dealt with in several contributions. The methods used for the analysis of used engine oils and oils for many other purposes such as lubrication of gears or for the enrichment of gas by carburation, which are regularly subject to study and improvement, also come up for discussion. Section 7 (Utilization of oil products) will contain many contributed papers on lubrication, and also some of indirect interest. These will be as follows :— Following a comprehensive discussion, at high level, on fuels and combustion (general and funda­ mental), papers will deal with Gas Turbines and their fuels, Gasoline Engines and their fuels, Diesel Engines and their fuels, etc. Lubricants and Lubric­ ation (general and fundamental) will be dealt with on Thursday afternoon, 31st May. A review of the various lubrication problems shows tha t there is still a great lack of fundamental insight. The other papers in this sub-section deal with the increase of viscosity with pressure, with fundamental insight into th e structure of protective layers under boundary lubrication conditions, and with the protection against scuffing afforded by mineral oils in an actual gear transmission. I n the same afternoon, papers are devoted to Industrial and Special Lubricants. In this very wide field, only two sectors are to be explored : metal-working lubricants and greases. The paper on the former subject deals with the adverse lubric­ ating conditions met with in several metal-working processes such as drawing and cutting, where the requirements made of the lubricant may actually be more severe than in any case arising during the normal operation of machinery. The two contri­ butions on greases may surprise the unitiated, show­ ing as they do the great advances of science and technology in this complex matter. 32 Scientific LUBRICATION May, 1951

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Industrial Lubrication and TribologyEmerald Publishing

Published: May 1, 1951

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