Laboratory Evaluation of Multiviscosity-Grade Engine Oils in U.S. Army Diesel Engines
Interim rept. Nov 78-Jun 80
SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INST SAN ANTONIO TXBELVOIR FUELS AND LUBRICANTS RESEARCHFACILITY
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Seven multigrade engine oils were tested against 10 grade and 30 grade reference oil in the DD 6V-53T engine using a 240-hour tracked-vehicle cyclic endurance test and in the Teledyne Continental LDLDT-465 engines using a 210-hour wheeled-vehicle cyclic endurance test. The results of these tests are tabulated and compared with results from reference oil tests. Two SAE 15W-40 oils proved equal or better than the reference oil and were recommended for adoption as MIL-L-2104 oils.
- Lubricants and Hydraulic Fluids
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods