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Thermophysical properties of lubricants

Thermophysical properties of lubricants

Thermophysical properties of lubricants

Hi all,

I'm looking for the thermophysical and transport properties(density, specific heat, thermal conductivity, cinematic or dynamic viscosity, surface tension, etc.) of lubricants as cooling/heating media.
This subject seems never taken into account by all the forums in the past.
I'd found out something on:
a) Neale's Tribology Handbook, but he points out - except the viscosity - generic/average values (Btw: we know that all properties are strongly sensitive to the temperature);
b) Rosenhow-Hartnett's, Handbook, Kays-Crawford's textbook Convective Heat and Mass Transfer, and others ref. books, but all of them list the properties for generic mineral oils.

Do you know any other reference handbooks/textbooks or web sites (or lubricants producers) where reliable thermophysical and transport data on lubricants are shown?

Thanks very much in advance for the help.


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