I think everyone appreciates the efforts. IMO writings can be somewhat technical, but still basic enough to understand for beginners. Like my comment earlier about "thickness of 10". IMO it would be good to teach readers what that actually means - a measurement unit of viscosity in the units of centistokes (cSt). That's about the only thing associated with oil viscosity that has a unit of measurement (except HTHS is in units of centipoise, cP), so why not introduce it so they understand it when they see KV100 viscosity called out in cSt on oil manufacturer's product spec sheets.What some people cannot understand is that these chapters are meant for beginners, in a way that principals are easy to understand as I stated from the start. I am doing these chapters in the best way I can.
Another good thing IMO would be to show a viscosity vs temperature graph of various oil viscosities, like the Widman tool plots out. A graph like that really helps people understand how oil viscosity changes with temperature.
I understand all these write-up are written at a 101 level, but I don't think it should be so basic that it's lacking some basic oil terminology like viscosity units. And please don't take any comments or criticism from members as negative when it may actually be constructive.