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Previous articles in this series were as follows January, Duties and Properties of a Gear Lubricant February, Typical Methods of Applying Worm Gear Lubricants March, Typical methods of applying Gear Lubricants to Spur, Helical, etc. Gears, including Force Feed Systems and Employing the Gear...
BROADLY speaking, the testing of turbine oils by B laboratory methods can be divided into two classes, firstly the evaluation of the oils to assess their fitness for use in steam turbines, and secondly, the testing of turbine oils in service to assess their condition.
Space does not permit us to reprint the whole of this Lecture presented by Mr. Evans to various Branches of the Institute of Petroleum, but we do give hereunder the second part in full. In the first part of his paper, Mr. Evans said that we heard more lately about the lubrication engineer than...
A Symposium on Metal Cutting Oils was held by the Institute of Petroleum on March 19th, and as usual where lubrication subjects are discussed, was well attended. Most valuable papers were presented by many who specialize in this field both in connection with research as well as the industrial...
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