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WHILST reinforced plastics materials have been employed for bearing surfaces on an ever increasing scale for over thirty years, it is only in the past decade or so that they have really been accepted as engineering materials in their own right and not as just substitutes for metals.
THE above was the title of the Second International Tribology Conference held at the Paisley College of Technology from the 7th to the 11th September. It was designed to examine the methods of testing lubricants and associated material and to review the problems of interpreting the results on a...
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