Engine coolants

Engine coolants

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qEngine Coolantsq is a practical reference for practicing engine cooling design and development engineers and technicians. It is used as a textbook for OEM engineering seminars and the training of aftermarket service technicians. It has 110 easy to read, fully illustrated pages with over 96 graphs and photographs. It was developed and written by an OEM engineering expert with 30 + years of experience. What readers learn from it: * The anti-freeze function, the thermal and physical properties of water and coolant solutions. * The anti-corrosion function, how they promote or inhibit internal corrosion. * Uniform and electro-chemical corrosion mechanisms of the cooling system, including electrolysis. Corrosion inhibition mechanisms. * Properties of ethylene and propylene glycols and classification of coolant solutions by the chemistry of the corrosion inhibitor package: Conventional inorganic, Long Life Organic Acid Technology (OAT); Hybrid, non-aqueous, light and heavy duty, SCAs. * Effect of cavitation and impingement erosion, temperature, aggressive ions, temperature, aeration, surface areas, etc. * Toxicity, environmental, political and business considerations of used coolants, their waste stream, recycling. * Fundamentals of coolant maintenance.ENGINE COOLANT S DaimlerChrysler released a hybrid sold in Europe as Glysantin G05 for the 2001 and 2002 model years. G05 is reportedly supplemented with 200 to 300 ppm of silicates. The ownera#39;s manual of 2001 model year andanbsp;...

Title:Engine coolants
Author:C. A. Mesa
Publisher: - 2002-01-01


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