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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: ADDITIVE-ADDITIVE INTERACTIONS IN VEGETABLE OIL: THE SEARCH FOR SYNERGISTIC ANTIOXIDANT USING PDSC)

Author
item Sharma, Brajendra
item Adhvaryu, Atanu
item Erhan, Sevim

Submitted to: Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers
Publication Type: Abstract only
Publication Acceptance Date: 1/15/2005
Publication Date: 5/15/2005
Citation: Sharma, B.K., Adhvaryu, A., Erhan, S.Z. 2005. Additive-additive interactions in vegetable oil: the search for synergistic antioxidant using pdsc. Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: The lubricants based on mineral oils render unfavorable impact on the environment. Owing to growing environmental concerns, vegetable oils are finding their way as lubricants for industrial and automotive applications. Vegetable oils offer significant advantages in terms of resource renewability and biodegradability, as well as comparable performance properties to petro-based products. The unique challenges posed with formulations using vegetable oils are poor oxidative and low temperature stability associated with their triglyceride structures. This paper presents a systematic approach to study the extent of antioxidant/antiwear additive synergism in soybean oil using pressure differential scanning calorimetry (PDSC) and Rotary Bomb Oxidation Test (RBOT). Synergism was investigated on a set of four antioxidants and three antiwear additives. The results indicate that antioxidant like zinc dialkyldithiocarbamate performed better than diphenylamine and hindered phenol. Also all the antioxidants showed excellent synergism with antiwear additives; antimony dithiocarbamates followed by molybdenum phosphorodithioate, while ashless antiwear additives having amine-phosphate didn't show any synergism. Under the conditions employed certain additive combinations were distinctly superior to commercially available formulations.

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