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A larger or higher molecular weight polymer of the same type will generally contribute to more thickening. Shear stability is another important property of VI improvers. Larger long-chain polymers are more likely to be broken apart by shear forces between moving surfaces. Once this type of permanent shearing takes place, the polymer contributes less to high-temperature thickening. Therefore, formulation of high VI oils using polymeric VI improvers require selection of a polymer that will continue to provide adequate high-temperature thickening in service.
Metal compounds can have an oxidizing or reducing effect, see Fig. 7 (Klamann, 1984). 1000 800 600 h UOQ 200 \ Fig. 7. Oxidation tendency of mineral oils at 175°C as a function of base oil, degree of refming, and the addition of metals and inhibitors. Graph shows: (a) highly refined oil (Oil 1); (b) Oil 1 with Fe wire; (c) Oil 1 with Cu wire; (d) Oil 1 with sulfur-phosphorus inhibitor; (e) Oil 1 with Fe wire and sulfur-phosphorus inhibitor; (f) nor-mally refined oil (Oil 2); (g) Oil 2 with sulfur-phosphorus inhibitor; (h) Oil 1 with Ca detergent; (i) Oil 1 with Ca detergent and sulfur-phosphorus inhibitor (Klamann, 1984) Metal compounds reach the lubricating oil by surface abrasion or the corrosive action of acidic oxidation products.
Varnish and lacquer deposits that can form on the piston undercrown and skirts reduce the rate at which the piston transfers heat to the engine oil. The products of high temperature lubricant oxidation are highly-acidic polar 26 Chapter 2 oxygenates which have low solubility in mineral oil and a strong affinity for other polar compounds and metal surfaces. They readily polymerize, and when trapped in ring grooves, they further decompose to hard carbonaceous deposits (Kreuz, 1969 and 1970). Typical detergent additives are normal or basic barium, calcium or magnesium salts of substituted long-chain alkyl compounds (Moreton, 1998).