Influence of nature of dispersed phase on antiwear properties of high temperature greases

Leonid Zhelezny, Yevgen Kobylyansky and Oleg Mishchuk

Antiwear properties of modern high temperature greases have been studied by simulating various temperature and load conditions on friction machines. Differences in tribological characteristics of greases depending on the nature of their thickeners were determined and explained. Maximum antiwear properties were revealed in conventional complex and overbased complex calcium salicylate, sulfonate and phenolate greases

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