Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Arts and Science
The purpose of this thesis is to give a brief study of American lubricating oils, to show the motorest of the importance of the compounds and elements that make a good motor oil. They are many compounds and elements in a good motor oil. When they are not mixed or united in the proper quantities cause the quality of the motor oil to be reduced to a point that is unsafe to use in an automobile. Poor lubricating oil causes any machine to wear very rapidly. This discussion will be limited to the products of three of the most important oil refining companies in the United States. The products meet the requirements specified by the Bureau of American Standards and Society of American Engineers.1 The correctness of the data secured will lie in the conditions that prevailed in the laboratory of it's orgination and the technique used in the procedure.
1Society of American Engineer, is an organization of the representatives of automobile producers, who set the standards for material to be used in cars.
R. P. Perry
C. L. Wilson
J. J. Abernathy
Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Thomas, C. Y. (1936). A Comparative Test of Motor Oils. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/80