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GRAPHITE, either alone or in combination with other materials, has long been used as a lubricant for specific purposes, and in recent years the selflubricating property of carbon has been applied to the use of engineering componentssuch as carbon bearings and piston rings for...
The last few years have seen the gas turbine applied in various forms as an aircraft power plant, and it is fair to say that its introduction has resulted in a revolution in aircraft engine lubrication requirements.
In previous issues we have dealt with centralized systems of chassis lubrication, for private and commercial vehicles, which are all obtainable by manufacturer or vehicle owner. We now give details of a somewhat different system that is not yet available, but which could, and might, be made...
CUTTING oils for reclaiming will come from the distribution trolleys employed for collecting the used coolants, and from the swarf house. They should be kept in their respective catagories where possible, straight cutting oils being clarified in a centrifuge and soluble oils being handled in...
AN interesting method of recording and measuring the degree of metallic wheel loading, during grinding operations, and some of the results obtained, were given in a paper presented before the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in September last, by L. H. Sudholz, S. Manilych, and G. S....
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