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IN A TECHNICAL PAPER at the 1966 Conference of the American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers, L. D. Wells considers practical ways of evaluating cutting fluids. Some general agreement exists that the most satisfactory method is that of tool life study based on either complete failure...
WHEN SCIENTIFIC LUBRICATION first saw the light in 1948 the Editor kindly suggested that I should contribute, and I risked my reputation in writing an article on Future Lubricants, full of faith in a Synthetic Future and hope of a world in which mechanisms would be made to work in ambiences of...
THE OIL used for geared marine steam turbines lubricates both turbines and gears and at one time trouble was experienced with gear scuffing. The various aspects of the problem were investigated by the Research Department of the British Ship Research Association formerly part of Pametrada and the...
A series of articles dealing, in as simple a way as possible, with the basic facts of lubrication, lubricants, their selection and prescription, specification, application, and testing. This series is primarily intended for students, engineering personnel who may be unfamiliar with certain...
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