The development of new types of high-pressure plastic lubricants using natural minerals is of much importance. The effects of surfactant proportion and the structure of the nanoparticle thickener surface on the tribological properties of the bentonite-based grease were studied. The plastic lubricants that provide the best anti-friction and anti-wear properties were revealed to be the one that is modified by quaternary amine and urotropine-type ammonium salts. The surface ratio of bentonite particles modified by quaternary ammonium salts, which results in composite with the best tribological properties, was also revealed.
Impact of Surfactant Structure on the Tribological Properties of Bentonite-Based Greases
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Pogosian, A. K., and Martirosyan, T. R. (March 27, 2007). "Impact of Surfactant Structure on the Tribological Properties of Bentonite-Based Greases." ASME. J. Tribol. October 2007; 129(4): 920–922. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.2768611
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