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Deposition Of Selected Synthetic Lubricants In The Rtd Seal Rig

Report Number: AFAPL TR 67-29
Author: Knox, William G.; Gannon, Frank T.; DeBrohun, Leon J.
Corporate Author: Koppers Co Inc Monroeville PA
Date of Publication: 1967-04
Pages: 39
AD Number: AD0814572

Testing techniques for evaluating experimental gas turbine lubricants in face-riding main shaft jet engine seals at temperatures representative of high mach aircraft have been under development. Using the RTD-1 procedure, a total of six runs were made using five lubricants. These lubricants were rated in regard to test rig life determined by seal-lubricant interaction. Additional information on deposit forming characteristics, viscosity and acid number change, seal wear, and oil consumption is reported for each lubricant evaluated. A portable instrument console and a portable test oil cart were constructed as a part of this contract. These replaced existing items and were constructed to conform with current practice at WPAFB.

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