A Method for Controlled Oxidation of Lube and Hydraulic Oils and Investigation of the Effects on Oil Parameters: OilDoc 2015 Conference, Germany

Morten Henneberg, René Lynge Eriksen, Frank Müller

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Abstract

A controlled laboratory set-up for oxidation of oil has been applied in order to gain reference measurements for oil degradation by FTIR spectroscopy. The method is presented for accelerated oxidation of three different base oils. The technique controls the factors triggering oil oxidation by adding heat, a catalyst in the form of an overwound carbon and copper steel wire, oxygen and water to the oil under the degradation process. The reference measurements are correlated with absolute parameters (TAN and viscosity) used in oil quality assessment in order to obtain a reference frame for oil quality estimation. The effect of the oxidation and nitration is studied from the knowledge of the absorption bands as well as indirectly from additive (oxidation inhibiter) absorption bands. We show how to estimate oxidation as well as TAN and viscosity with PLS from an oil sample using FTIR as reference set.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date27. Jan 2015
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 27. Jan 2015
EventOilDoc Conference and Exhibition - Bavaria, Germany
Duration: 27. Jan 201528. Jan 2015

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ConferenceOilDoc Conference and Exhibition
CountryGermany
CityBavaria
Period27/01/201528/01/2015

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Oils
Hydraulics
Oxidation
Triacetoneamine-N-Oxyl
Absorption spectra
Viscosity
Nitration
Degradation
Steel
Copper
Carbon
Spectroscopy
Wire
Oxygen
Catalysts
Water

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Henneberg, M., Eriksen, R. L., & Müller, F. (2015). A Method for Controlled Oxidation of Lube and Hydraulic Oils and Investigation of the Effects on Oil Parameters: OilDoc 2015 Conference, Germany. Paper presented at OilDoc Conference and Exhibition, Bavaria, Germany.
Henneberg, Morten ; Eriksen, René Lynge ; Müller, Frank. / A Method for Controlled Oxidation of Lube and Hydraulic Oils and Investigation of the Effects on Oil Parameters : OilDoc 2015 Conference, Germany. Paper presented at OilDoc Conference and Exhibition, Bavaria, Germany.7 p.
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A Method for Controlled Oxidation of Lube and Hydraulic Oils and Investigation of the Effects on Oil Parameters : OilDoc 2015 Conference, Germany. / Henneberg, Morten; Eriksen, René Lynge; Müller, Frank.

2015. Paper presented at OilDoc Conference and Exhibition, Bavaria, Germany.

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