Tribological performance of tributylmethylammonium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide as neat lubricant and as an additive in a polar oil

Authors: Gonzalez, R., Ramos, D., Blanco, D., Fernández-González, A., Viesca, J.L., Hadfield, M. and Hernández Battez, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31453/

Journal: Friction

Publisher: SpringerOpen

ISSN: 2223-7690

DOI: 10.1007/s40544-018-0231-9

The ionic liquid (IL) tributylmethylammonium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide ([N4441][NTf2]) was used as neat lubricant and as an additive (1.5 wt%) in a polar oil to study its friction and wear reducing properties. Tribological tests were completed for 90 minutes at room temperature and 100 °C in a reciprocating configuration at loads of 30 and 70 N, 10 Hz-frequency, and 4 mm stroke length. Wear volume was measured by confocal microscopy and the surface-IL interaction determined by XPS. The main findings were that neat IL showed the best tribological behavior; the IL-containing mixture behaved similar to the base oil regarding friction, however outperformed the antiwear behavior of the base oil under higher temperature; surface-IL chemical interaction was found mainly at 100 °C.

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Authors: González, R., Ramos, D., Blanco, D., Fernández-González, A., Viesca, J.L., Hadfield, M. and Hernández Battez, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31453/

Journal: Friction

Volume: 7

Issue: 3

Pages: 282-288

eISSN: 2223-7704

ISSN: 2223-7690

DOI: 10.1007/s40544-018-0231-9

© 2018, The author(s). The ionic liquid (IL) tributylmethylammonium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide ([N4441][NTf2]) was used as neat lubricant and as an additive (1.5 wt%) in a polar oil to study its friction and wear reducing properties. Tribological tests were completed for 90 minutes at room temperature and 100 °C in a reciprocating configuration at loads of 30 and 70 N, 10 Hz-frequency, and 4 mm stroke length. Wear volume was measured by confocal microscopy and the surface-IL interaction determined by XPS. The main findings were that neat IL showed the best tribological behavior; the IL-containing mixture behaved similar to the base oil regarding friction, however outperformed the antiwear behavior of the base oil under higher temperature; surface-IL chemical interaction was found mainly at 100 °C.

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Authors: Gonzalez, R., Ramos, D., Blanco, D., Fernandez-Gonzalez, A., Viesca, J.L., Hadfield, M. and Hernandez Battez, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31453/

Journal: FRICTION

Volume: 7

Issue: 3

Pages: 282-288

eISSN: 2223-7704

ISSN: 2223-7690

DOI: 10.1007/s40544-018-0231-9

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