APPLICATION OF STATISTICAL DATA TO IMPROVE LARGE BORE ENGINE LUBE OIL CONSUMPTION
Factorial testing has been a valuable tool for improving the performance of small bore engines by introducing modifications to piston ring and piston designs. Laboratory tests have produced advanced improvements in such parameters as oil consumption and blow-by, factors that are currently of utmost importance in endeavoring to reduce the usage of oil and the pollution of air. Many of the results obtained from small engine tests are applicable to large bore engines. This paper expands on the numerous theories gleaned from factorial testing of small bore engines and applied to large bore engines and the results obtained from a series of engines successfully tested in the field.
- Contributed by the Diesel & Gas Engine Power Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for presentation at the Diesel & Gas Engine Power Conference & Exhibit, New Orleans, La. April 6-10, 1975.
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New York, NY USA 10016-5990
- Culp, J B
- Curtis, J M
- Publication Date: 1975-4
- Features: Figures; References; Tables;
- Pagination: 12 p.
- TRT Terms: Diesel engines; Lubricating oils; Performance tests; Pistons (Engines); Tests; Vehicle maintenance
- Old TRIS Terms: Diesel engine maintenance
- Subject Areas: Maintenance and Preservation; Railroads;
- Accession Number: 00095219
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Report/Paper Numbers: 75-DGP-8
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Jul 2 1975 12:00AM