Challenges in the onboard oil condition monitoring

Conference paper


Rigol, Sascha, Schenk, Michael, Perryman, Roy and Hosny, W. 2009. Challenges in the onboard oil condition monitoring. Proceedings of Advances in Computing and Technology. (AC&T) The School of Computing and Technology 4th Annual Conference University of East London pp. 26-34
AuthorsRigol, Sascha, Schenk, Michael, Perryman, Roy and Hosny, W.
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Engine oil is an essential component in modern engines and must fulfil a broad range of
duties. The engine oil condition is closely related to the engine performance and to the engine
reliability. Different effects during the engine operation cause the formation of contaminants reaching
into the oil and degrading the oil condition. Monitoring the oil condition with an onboard
sensor
could provide information about the current oil status. The available sensor data and their correlation
to oil contamination effects is further illustrated and examined. The major challenge to derive a
reliable oil condition statement from these data is also discussed in this paper.

Keywordsengine performance; oil contamination effects; biofuels; global warming
Year2009
ConferenceProceedings of Advances in Computing and Technology
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Print2009
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Deposited26 Jul 2010
Web address (URL)http://www.uel.ac.uk/act/proceedings/documents/FinalProceedings.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/10552/907
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Citation:
Rigol, S., Schenk, M., Perryman, R., Hosny, W.M. (2009) ‘Challenges in the onboard oil condition monitoring’ Proceedings of Advances in Computing and Technology, (AC&T) The School of Computing and Technology 4th Annual Conference, University of East London, pp.26-34.

Place of publicationUniversity of East London
Page range26-34
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