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When machine elements are examined after a period of use it is seldom possible to relate the damage observed with the simple theories of adhesive or abrasive wear. Examples taken from practice are described and explanations offered based on metallurgical and other changes in the affected surface...
THE SPIRAL GROOVE BEARING is a new and very promising form of selfacting bearing, i.e. one in which the running surfaces are completely separated from each other by a thin layer of lubricant and in which the rotation itself forces the lubricant between the running surfaces. This latter action is...
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