The market for Lubricating Oil Additives is further analyzed in Thousand Metric Tons and US$ Million by the following Functional Segments: Antioxidants, Antiwear Agents, Corrosion Inhibitors, Detergents, Dispersants, Extreme Pressure Additives, Foam Control Agents, Pour Point Depressants, Viscosity Index Improvers, and Other Lube Additives.
What does VI stand for?
VI stands for Viscosity Index
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We have 17 other meanings of VI in our Acronym Attic
- Victoria Institution (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- Vide Infra (Latin)
- Vijay Iyer (Indian musician)
- Village Idiot
- Village Inn (restaurant)
- Vinegar Institute
- Violent Ideation
- Virgin Islands (US postal abbreviation)
- Virtual Instrument
- Virtual Interface
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Various data can be computed from the MSD curve, such as the Elasticity Index (El), the Solid-Liquid Balance (SLB), and the Macroscopic Viscosity Index (MVI).
The 400,000 metric tonnes per year plant will produce Group III very high viscosity index lubricant base oil - the raw material for high quality finished lubricants.
Edward Kresge, a pioneer in EP viscosity index modifiers, polyolefin TPEs and tailored MWD EPDMs, was awarded the 2011 Charles Goodyear Medal from the Rubber Division, ACS, at its Spring Technical meeting.
INTRODUCTION Viscosity index (VI) is an important parameter that evaluates the dependence of lubricant viscosity on temperature.
66 Viscosity index ASTM D-2270 208 193 198 Flash point (opened) IP-35 117 189 225 Flash point (closed) IP-34 84 138 187 Pour point ASTM D-97 9 -12 <-30 TAN IP-177 0.
The viscosity index is calculated based on the cinematic viscosity at 37.
Using a commercial shear rate-controlled rheometer and a commercial texture analyzer, the researchers measured dark chocolate rheological properties (yield stress and apparent viscosity) and textural properties (firmness, viscosity index and hardness).