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THE hostile conditions in a turbine place severe demands on its component parts and on the materials from which they are made. This applies particularly to those components exposed to the full effect of the hot gas stream and probably to none more so than the turbine blade itself.
REMEMBERING the note of gloom and doom from Mr J. T. Chapman in his presidential comments at the British Lubricants Federation 1982 annual dinner trade is bad, and it's going to get worse, he said it was salutary to walk into London's Grosvenor House for the 1983 function in November and find a...
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