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A RECENT CONTRIBUTION to Scientific Lubrication has drawn attention to early work done by MetropolitanVickers Electrical Company Limited in the field of greasetesting. In his paper The Mechanical Evaluation of Lubricating Greases J. H. Harris has referred to the MV.E. Co's recent work on the...
The problem of overcoming leakage of oil, or other liquid, in any hydraulic system is a real one and this is especially true in the case of air and oil filled hydraulic railway buffers. In these buffers, a seal has to be provided between the moving piston and its housing and this seal must, at...
The above paper by A. E. Russell, B.Sc.Eng., A.M.I.Mech.E. Senior Research Engineer B.I.C., E.R.A. has been presented for written discussion. Such communications should be received at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1 Birdcage Walk, London, S.W.1. by 28th February, 1959. Copies of this...
BECAUSE SYNTHETIC HYDRAULIC AND lubricating fluids used in modern aircraft oxidise at the high temperatures encountered in highspeed flight, a serious need exists for superior antioxidant chemicals that will protect these liquids under such conditions and research in this field has recently been...
A new plant for the storage, blending and packaging of lubricating oil is being built at a cost of some A500,000 near the Yarra River, Spotswood, Melbourne, by BP Australia Ltd., a subsidiary of British Petroleum Co., Ltd., London. The purpose of this plant is to receive and store bulk shipments...
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