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ASTM D5133

Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature-Scanning Technique

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Organization: ASTM
Publication Date: 1 June 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 16
ICS Code (Lubricants, industrial oils and related products): 75.100
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This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures.

A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent viscosity is measured continuously as the sample is cooled at a rate of 1 °C ⁄h over the range −5 °C to −40 °C, or to the temperature at which the viscosity exceeds 40 000 mPa·s (cP).

The measurements resulting from this test method are viscosity, the maximum rate of viscosity increase (Gelation Index), and the temperature at which the Gelation Index occurs.

Applicability to petroleum products other than engine oils has not been determined in preparing this test method.

The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety, health, and environmental practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.

*A Summary of Changes section appears at the end of this standard

Document History

ASTM D5133
June 1, 2020
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature-Scanning Technique
This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
May 1, 2020
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature-Scanning Technique
This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
November 1, 2019
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature- Scanning Technique
This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
June 1, 2015
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature- Scanning Technique
This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures.  A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
September 1, 2013
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature- Scanning Technique
This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures.  A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
December 1, 2012
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature- Scanning Technique
This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
April 1, 2005
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature-Scanning Technique
(Footnote *) This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s−1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa....
April 1, 2005
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature- Scanning Technique
This test method covers the measurement of the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s-1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
November 10, 2001
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature-Scanning Technique
This test method was developed to measure the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s−1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa. Apparent...
April 10, 1999
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature-Scanning Technique
1. Scope 1.1 This test method was developed to measure the apparent viscosity of engine oil at low temperatures. 1.2 A shear rate of approximately 0.2 s−1 is produced at shear stresses below 100 Pa....
January 1, 1996
Standard Test Method for Low Temperature, Low Shear Rate, Viscosity/Temperature Dependence of Lubricating Oils Using a Temperature-Scanning Technique
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October 26, 1990
STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR LOW TEMPERATURE, LOW SHEAR RATE, VISCOSITY/ TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF LUBRICATING OILS USING A TEMPERATURE- SCANNING TECHNIQUE
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