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OVER the past two years, ten vessels on intercontinental routes have been examined and found to have suffered varying degrees of microbiological deterioration of the main engine lubricating oil. In one case, the emulsification of the oil had caused severe corrosion, necessitating a crankshaft...
G. D. GALVIN enlarges on tribological conditions determining the specification, terminology and use of various types of lubricant involving petroleum products.
THE history of lubrication practice for heavy duty open gear drives has seen little progress to the present day in this country since the early days of throwing handfuls of a bitumastic compound on to the gear teeth at infrequent intervals, or when the requirement was made quite obvious by the...
Dr B. IVKOVIC extends investigations into the effect of tool radioactivity for assessing the behaviour of cutting fluids in a variety of milling operations.
GEAR oil testing is an enterprise involving large numbers of people and equipment and costing millions of dollars per year. It is used as a guide in the development of new gear lubricants or even new machines and also serves broad quality control purposes. Since the gear oil business is a...
J. A. ROBERTSON addresses the Institute of Mechanical Engineers Tribology Group on the manysided health and safety risks arising from developments in modern industrial lubrication techniques.
Introducing the Mobilmet 100 series of mineral oil based cutting fluids with long service life
G. HENDERSON looks at a decade of progress in purposedeveloped products for industry.
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