Fluid Contamination Control: Table of Contents

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fluid contamination control book

by Dr. E.C. Fitch


Chapter 1 Contaminant Identification

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Particulate Contaminant

1.2 Air Contaminant

1.3 Water Contaminant

1.4 Microbial Contaminant

1.5 Thermal Contaminant

1.6 Mechanical Contaminant

1.7 Chemical Contaminant

1.8 Electronical Contaminant

1.9 Magnetic Contaminant

1.10 Radiation Contaminant

Chapter 2 Contaminant Analysis

2.0 Scope of Analysis

2.1 Eliminating External Influences

2.2 Sample Preparation

2.3 Particle Counter Calibration

2.4 Particle Analysis Methods

2.5 Particle Concentration Methods

2.6 Particle Size Fractionation

2.7 Wear Debris Analysis

2.8 Criteria for Fluid Cleanliness Level

2.9 Air Contaminant Analysis

2.10 Water Contaminant Analysis

2.11 Microbial Contaminant Analysis

2.12 Thermal Contaminant Analysis

2.13 Mechanical Contaminant Analysis

2.14 Chemical Contaminant Analysis

2.15 Electrical Contaminant Analysis

2.16 Magnetic Contaminant Analysis

2.17 Radiation Contaminant Analysis

Chapter 3 Contaminant Exclusion

3.0 Introduction

3.1 Contaminant Sources

3.2 Injected Contaminant

3.3 Generated Contaminant

3.4 Ingested Contaminant

Chapter 4 Fluid Decontamination

4.0 Introduction

4.1 Filtration Mechanics

4.2 Aspects of Filtration Performance

4.3 Types of Filtration Systems

4.4 Filter System Configurations

4.5 Filter Assessment

4.6 Interpreting the Multipass Test Results

4.7 Methods of Removing Water

4.8 Methods of Removing Air

Chapter 5 Component Contamination Sensitivity

5.0 Introduction

5.1 Physiochemical Failure Modes

5.2 Mechanical Failure Modes

5.3 Contaminant Sensitivity Analysis

5.4 Sensitivity Interpretation

5.5 Contaminant Sensitivity Assessment

5.6 Fluid Lubricity--The Gamma Rating

5.7 Contaminant Abrasivity--Zeta Rating

Chapter 6 Contamination/Component Compatibility

6.0 Introduction

6.1 Describing System Applications

6.2 Designing Components to Control Contamination

6.3 Selecting Components to Control Contamination

6.4 Designing Compatible Systems

6.5 Diagnosing Systems

6.6 Cost Trade-Offs

6.7 Summary

Appendix A Bibliography

Appendix B Contamination Test Procedures

1. Hydraulic Accumulators

2. Bearings

3. Hydraulic Cylinders

4. System Diagnostic Tests

5. Engines

6. Filters and Separators

7. General Support Procedures

8. Heat Exchangers

9. Hydraulic Intensifiers

10. Hydraulic Hose

11. Hydraulic Tubing

12. Hydraulic Motors

13. Hydraulic Pumps

14. Hydraulic Reservoirs

15. Hydraulic Seals

16. Hydraulic Transmissions

17. Hydraulic Valves

18. Fluid Tests

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