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THIS year marks the centenary of the publication of the most significant paper every written in the field of tribology. It is therefore timely to recall the nineteenth century developments in mechanical engineering science which prompted Osborne Reynolds to undertake his studies of fluidfilm...
MOST organisations are accustomed to putting their views to national governments, largely through trade or technical associations. Now, with a dozen countries in the European Community, more organisations are recognising the need to communicate on this international level.
PROBLEMS in connection with ultra lowfriction lubricants have been investigated by the European Space Tribology Laboratory at Risley and some of this work, conducted over a long period has come to fruition, with benefit in terms of new knowledge, to the world's aerospace industry.
INTEREST in tin powder for powder metallurgy is growing not only does it find a place in nonferrous powder metallurgy, as in sintered porous bronzes used for bearings, but it is valuable as a sintering acid in ferrous powder metallurgy. Work at the Tin Research Institute demonstrates the...
HAVING looked at all the problems that one may find in lubrication and wear, one may dream of a bearing which would have no contact between the rotating and static parts the magnetic bearing is one such dream.
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