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FOR A GIVEN piece of machinery involving friction and wear, it is not difficult for the metallurgist to specify, in general terms, the required characteristics of the metals involved. Difficulties arise, however, in attempting to select or develop materials with the correct combination of...
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...
THE PROVERB the proof of the pudding is in the eating is just as true in engineering subjects as it is in any other field. With engineering, the eating is the operation of the equipment by the customer on site over a considerable period, which in most cases, would be measured in years of...
IN A PAPER to the Institute of Marine Engineers on 11th April, 1967, A. G. Howe, M.B.E., C.Eng., M.I.Mar.E. formerly Engineering Director of Davey, Paxman & Co. Ltd. and H. Watson, B.Sc, Ph.D. Engineering Manager, Large Engines, Ruston and Hornsby Ltd. dealt with specific design features of...
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