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LUBRICATION has been the subject of numerous articles in recent years. A search through the files of the two publications devoted exclusively to the subject, reveals that the scientific and technical aspects have received expert attention, while the more prosaic or practical application of the...
The USE OF POROUS METALS, manufactured by powder metallurgy, for filtering gases and liquids is not new and the potentiality of this type of filtering medium was realised when the first efforts were made. Such filter elements overcome many disadvantages of the more conventional filter elements...
NECESSITATED BY EXPANDING BUSINESS, notably by increased orders from abroad, a new factory at Zwolle Province of Overijssel, Holland, has recently been opened by Ingenieursbureau Lemet Chromium H. van der Horst N.V., who specialise in the PorusKrome process for the hard chromium plating of...
The following is a paper presented to the SAE National Fuels and Lubricants Meeting at Tulsa, Oklahoma, on November 5th, 1954 by ARTHUR M. BRENNEKE Chief Engineer and M. E. ESTEY Chief Research Engineer of the Prefect Circle Corpn., and we consider that their work, though, as they said...
AT recent meetings of the British Lubricating Oil and Grease Research Organisation in London and Leeds, a paper Additive Treated Oils was read by M. W. Webber and the following are some of the main points from the section of his paper dealing with engine oil additives.
Friction of Metals This lecture describes in simple terms the adhesion theory of metallic friction. On this view when two metal surfaces are placed in contact the surfaces are supported on their asperities and these flow plastically until the area is sufficient to support the applied load. As a...
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