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A new biocompatible ionic liquid as an antiwear additive for biodegradable lubricants

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conference contribution
posted on 2024-06-03, 23:13 authored by B Khemchandani, Anthony SomersAnthony Somers, Patrick HowlettPatrick Howlett, AK Jaiswal, E Sayanna, Maria ForsythMaria Forsyth
A new biocompatible ionic liquid P1444DPP (IL1) was investigated as an antiwear additive and compared against Amine Phosphate (AP), one of the commonly used conventional antiwear additives in various biodegradable base stocks. In general, such base stocks (vegetable oil and synthetic esters) are being used for preparing biodegradable industrial lubricants. To further check its efficacy, the results were also compared with one of the ionic liquid P66614DPP (IL2) which has better performance as a lubricant, but is less biocompatible. IL1 showed excellent antiwear performance on pin-on-disc tribometer, when blended in biodegradable base stocks. The steel balls after the pin-on-disc test were analyzed using SEM-EDS technique. The oxidation stability of IL1 was studied by Pressure Differential Scanning Calorimeter (PDSC) and compared with the behavior of AP after incorporating optimized dosage of antioxidant additives in the biodegradable base stock.

History

Pagination

2786-2789

Location

Turin, Italy

Start date

2013-09-08

End date

2013-09-13

ISSN

0301-679X

ISBN-13

9781634393522

Language

eng

Publication classification

E Conference publication, E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2013, World Tribology Congress

Title of proceedings

WTC 2013: Proceedings of the 5th World Tribology Congress

Event

WTC World Tribology Congress (5th: 2013: Turin, Italy)

Publisher

[World Tribology Congress]

Place of publication

[Turin, Italy]