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COMPUTER simulation techniques developed by FrazerNash Consultancy Limited, of KingstonuponThames, Surrey, are now available to designers to predict the probability of judder occurring in the rotating and slewing mechaniisms of cranes, manipulator arms and other geardriven machinery.
CAMERONPLINT Tribology Ltd, the emergent company from an association between Professor Alastair Cameron, head of the Tribology Section at Imperial College, London, until his recent retirement, and Plint & Partners Ltd, of Woking, is making good headway.
The Filtermist Company of Bridgnorth, Salop are launching Filterfuge, a new UK manufactured microprocessorcontrolled selfcleaning centrifugal system for liquidsolid separation, incorporating a number of special design featured claimed to combine greater operating efficiency with little...
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