• IP 166 : 77(R1992)

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    DETERMINATION OF LOAD-CARRYING CAPACITY OF LUBRICANTS - IAE GEAR MACHINE METHOD

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    Cancelled date:  07-23-2013

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    Published date:  01-12-2013

    Publisher:  Energy Institute (formerly Institute of Petroleum - IP)

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    The loads which can be transmitted by a pair of gears under given operating conditions are different for different lubricants, i.e., the lubricants have different load-carrying capacities. If the load-carrying capacity of a lubricant is exceeded it fails to protect the gears and the surfaces of the gear teeth become damaged. Some of the forms of damage which can occur are described in Appendix A1. In the IAE gear machine, which is used to determine the relative load-carrying capacity of lubricants, the most common form of damage is scuffing, although scoring is also experienced. As the incidence of both of these types of failure is affected by the lubricant they are used as criteria of performance in the test described in this method.

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    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Energy Institute (formerly Institute of Petroleum - IP)
    Status Cancelled

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    DIN 51354-2:1990-04 TESTING OF LUBRICANTS; FZG GEAR TEST RIG; METHOD A/8.3/90 FOR LUBRICATING OILS
    DEFSTAN 91-74/1(1993) : 1993 AMD 1 1997 LUBRICATING OIL, STEAM TURBINE AND GEAR, EXTREME PRESSURE JOINT SERVICE DESIGNATION: OEP-80
    DIN 51354-1:1990-04 TESTING OF LUBRICANTS; FZG GEAR TEST RIG; GENERAL WORKING PRINCIPLES
    SAE MS 1002 : 2017 LUBRICANTS, INDUSTRIAL OILS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS TYPE C (GEARS) SPECIFICATION
    SAE MS 1000 : 2013 LUBRICANTS, INDUSTRIAL OILS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS - CLASSIFICATION
    DEFSTAN 91-98/2(2001) : 2001 LUBRICATING OIL, GAS TURBINE ENGINE, SYNTHETIC GRADE 7.5 CST NATO CODE: O-149 JOINT SERVICE DESIGNATION: OX-38
    DEFSTAN 91-71/1(1989) : 1989 LUBRICATING FLUID, GEAR, SYNTHETIC JOINT SERVICE DESIGNATION: OX-165
    DEFSTAN 91-22/3(1997) : 1997 LUBRICATING OIL, DIESEL ENGINE: SEVERE SERVICE, GRADE 40 - NATO CODE: 0-278 - JOINT SERVICE DESIGNATION: OMD-113
    SAE MS 1004 : 2017 LUBRICANTS, INDUSTRIAL OILS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS TYPE H (HYDRAULIC FLUIDS) - SPECIFICATION
    SAE MS 1001 : 2017 LUBRICANTS, INDUSTRIAL OILS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS TYPE A LUBRICANT FOR GENERAL PURPOSE AND TOTAL LOSS SYSTEMS - SPECIFICATION
    SAE MS 1005 : 2017 LUBRICANTS, INDUSTRIAL OILS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS TYPE HF FIRE-RESISTANT HYDRAULIC FLUIDS - SPECIFICATION
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