Electrochemical Cylinder Corrosion

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J. M. A. Van Der Horst

Van der Horst Research Corporation, Olean, N. Y.

W. A. Schultze

Lemet Chromium N. V., Hilversum, Holland

J. Eng. Power 84(2), 153-158 (Apr 01, 1962) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.3673390 History: Received January 12, 1961; Online January 10, 2012


The price differential between distillate and residual fuels tends to increase rather than decrease, offering a growing incentive to the use of residuals in diesel engines. In general, no specifications can be put upon residuals without largely eliminating the price advantage. Therefore special measures must be taken to assure trouble-free operation on residual fuels. Significant strides have been made in this direction, especially with regard to lubricants. New developments in protective lubrication, engine tests, and service results are discussed.

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