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Reports on the study of wear debris in the early 1980s organized by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Describes the use of Ferrography, spectrographic oil analysis, X‐ray fluorescence, inductive, magnetic and ultrasonic methods of debris detection with some examples of wear limits.
Explains and illustrates the problem of microbial infection of lubricants, fuels and water on board ship. Suggests preventive measures and some of the hazards to avoid. Warns about potential problems with biocides.
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