Innovative Methods for Improvement of Technical, Economic and Ecological Efficiency of Motor Cars

Ivane Gorgidze and Tamar Lominadze (Editors)
Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia

Series: Transportation Issues, Policies and R&D
BISAC: TEC004000

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Automobile transport causes damage to both humans and nature due to road accidents and air pollution by exhaust gases, as well as by expanding consumption of non-recoverable natural resources in the form of liquid and gas fuels.

For solving such problems there are represented strict requirements for the reliability and durability, fuel efficiency, maintenance efficiency, traffic safety and ecological compatibility of vehicles. All of these requirements can be united under the following name: requirements for motor car efficiency.

This book includes scientific articles covering the results of elaboration and research of innovative methods for technical, economic and ecological efficiency of vehicles.

Among these methods one can particularly note the method of production of motor oils on the basis of amorphous nano-dispersed carbon, based on the new phenomenon discovered by the authors – the tribosynthesis of graphite-diamond secondary surface structures having highly effective multifunctional tribological mechanism of action (known as the “Iosebidze-Kutelia effect”).

This book will play an important role in solving the problems concerning the improvement of motor car efficiency. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1 - New Phenomenon in the Area of Tribology: The Basis of Elaboration of Brand New Motor Car Lubricating Materials (pp. 1-12)
J. S. Iosebidze, E. R. Kutelia, A. P. Chkheidze, G. S. Abramishvili and T. M. Apakidze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 2 - Improvement of Durability of Motor Car Tribo-assemblies by Means of Vibrostimulation of Tribosynthesis of Graphite -diamond Surface Structures (pp. 13-18)
J. S. Iosebidze, A. P. Chkheidze, E. R. Kutelia, G. S. Abramishvili, T. M. Apakidze and M. G. Saladze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 3 - Use of the Phenomenon of Cavitation for Reducing the Wear (pp. 19-26)
J. S. Iosebidze, E. R. Kutelia, S. Bakhtiyarov, A. P. Chkheidze and G. S. Abramishvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 4 - Improvement of Motor Cars Durability with the Use of Transmission Oil on the Basis of Amorphous Nanodispersed Carbon (pp. 27-34)
J. S. Iosebidze, A. P. Chkheidze, G. S. Abramishvili, E. R. Kutelia and T. M. Apakidze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 5 - Improvement of Physico-Chemical and Energy Saving Properties of Motor Cars Transmission Oils by Addition of Amorphous Nanodispersed Carbon to Them (pp. 35-42)
J. S. Iosebidze, A. P. Chkheidze, D. I. Aladashvili, E. R. Kutelia, G. S. Abramishvili and L. A. Zurabishvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 6 - Development of a New Method of Running-In of Motor Cars Tribounits (pp. 43-50)
J. S. Iosebidze, E. R. Kutelia, G. S. Abramishvili, A. P. Chkheidze, T. M. Apakidze and L. A. Zurabishvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 7 - Increase in Replacement Age of Motor Car Transmission Oils by Means of Elaboration of a New Method of Their Determination (pp. 51-58)
J. S. Iosebidze, O. G. Gelashvili, G. S. Abramishvili, D. I. Aladashvili, V. A. Tsverava and T. M. Apakidze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 8 - Study of Possibility of Improvement of Operational Properties of Motor Car Transmission Oils by Means of Addition of New Type Amorphous Nanodispersed Carbon (pp. 59-64)
J. S. Iosebidze, A. P. Chkheidze, E. R. Kutelia, N. V. Navadze, G. S. Abramishvili and M. T. Khvedelidze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 9 - Improvement of Tribological Properties of Motor Plastic Lubricants with the Use of Nanodispersed Amorphous Carbon As Their Fillers (pp. 65-72)
J. S. Iosebidze, M. M. Khvedelidze, E. R. Kutelia, A. P. Chkheidze, G. S. Abramishvili and Kh. A. Mgebrishvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 10 - Improvement of the Efficiency of Spherical Joint Friction Units of the Steering Mechanism (pp. 73-78)
J. S. Iosebidze, M. M. Khvedelidze, G. S. Abramishvili, L. A. Zurabishvili, T. M. Apakidze and N. N. Diasamidze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 11 - Improvement of Durability and Economical Efficiency of Tractors with The Use of Transmission Oil on the Basis of Amorphous Nanodispersed Carbon (pp. 79-84)
G. S. Abramishvili, J. S. Iosebidze, A. P. Chkheidze, A. A. Zurabishvili and D. N. Pridonashvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 12 - Greening the Car Application of Universal Motor and Transmission Oils (pp. 85-90)
J. S. Iosebidze, V. Z. Bogvelishvili, A. P. Chkheidze, G. S. Abramishvili, L. A. Zurabishvili and Z. V. Bogvelishvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 13 - Elaboration of the Model for Thermal Calculation of Evaporator-Homogenizer for Production of Oil Containing Amorphous Nanodispersed Carbon (pp. 91-100)
J. Iosebidze, O. Kiguradze, G. Khutsishvili, G. Chitashvili, G. Abramishvili and L. Zurabishvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 14 - A New Approach to the Ecological Compatibility of Motor Cars and Their Liquid Fuels (pp. 101-108)
J. S. Iosebidze, O. G. Gelashvili, D. I. Aladashvili, G. S. Abramishvili, L. A. Zurabishvili and N. N. Diasamidze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 15 - Ignition Delay and Emission of the Noxious Substances in Double-Fuel Engines Working on the Natural Gas and Syngases (pp. 109-120)
R. Z. Kavtaradze, T. M. Natriashvili and A. A. Zelentsov (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia and others)

Chapter 16 - The Formation of Automobiles Service Operating Principles (pp. 121-126)
V. G. Lekiashvili, N. G. Topuria and I. B. Zakutashvili (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 17 - Improvement of Vehicle Capacity by Adapting of Its Operational Properties to Maintenance Conditions (pp. 127-132)
J. S. Iosebidze, R. G. Tedoradze, O. I. Khokhlov, A. P. Chkheidze and G. R. Tedoradze (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

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