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AS A RESULT of a cooperative effort under the leadership of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, an economic fireresistant hydraulic waterinoil fluid for coal mine equipment is claimed to have been evolved. Waterinoil emulsions are relatively new. In this instance, a globule of water is forced into a...
REPLACEMENT of sandcast bronze bushings by continuouscast bronze has recently solved a difficult operational problem in large diesel engines manufactured by Enterprise Engine and Machinery Company, of San Francisco, California. The company designs and constructs diesel engines for industrial and...
In view of the interest shown in our Hydraulic Systems & Oils issue, last month, we believe that many readers will be interested in the following description of an important application of hydraulics to tractor and other vehicular transmissions.
LUBRICANTS with detergent and anticorrosive properties are now virtually conventional, nevertheless the search for new and better additives continues in order to compensate for the ever changing specifications which confront the modern internal combustion, hydraulic or gas compression engines.
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTORS in the evaluation of lubricant performance is the maintenance of constant temperature throughout the test run. Even small, local variations must be avoided if the results of, for example, comparative wear tests are not to be obscured by extraneous factors....
In an address to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, recently, Victor G. Raviolo, executive director of the Engineering Staff of Ford Motor Company U.S.A., described Ford's proposal for air levitated high speed public transportation system the Levacar. He said that a new series of engines...
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