New 150-Hour Test for SAE and MIL Specification Approval of Aircraft Piston-Engine Lubricants

Paper #:
  • 911000

Published:
  • 1991-04-01
Citation:
Ziegler, C., "New 150-Hour Test for SAE and MIL Specification Approval of Aircraft Piston-Engine Lubricants," SAE Technical Paper 911000, 1991, https://doi.org/10.4271/911000.
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11
Abstract:
Aviation piston engine lubricating oils undergo extensive testing prior to their approval for use. During the revision of MIL-L-22851/J-1966 specifications, it was determined that a standardized engine test would be utilized. A Textron-Lycoming TIO-540-J2BD engine was selected as the engine for the 150-hour endurance test. Federal Aviation Regulation Part 33 served as the guideline for development of a standardized test specifically aimed at lubricating oil evaluation.This paper discusses this new 150-hour endurance test for piston engine lubricants used to gain SAE and MIL approval. This new test was conducted at the University of Illinois-Institute of Aviation during 1990.
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