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In the first part of this article in our last issue P. L. HURRICKS considered the wear resistance of sprayed coatings when subjected to adhesive and abrasive action. In this part he is concerned with the friction of sprayed coatings on bearing and journal surfaces.
THIS IS a brief for purity, quality and prevention of contamination. It is applicable both to the product being processed as well as the lubricants for the processing machinery. Meat processing is one of the most automated industries. It is virtually fully mechanized and so completely integrated...
Titanium has certain properties that make it an ideal material to prevent wear titanium alloys lend themselves to a versatility of mechanical properties by heat treatment. This should provide a sound tribological combination but, unfortunately, these materials can cause serious galling and...
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