MOST modern internal combustion piston engines when under power have such a contented purr that many people contend that no serious lubrication problems of a technical variety remain to be solved, and that the only problems worth mentioning are those which are solely of an economic nature. Such views are, in their own way, flattering to the oil manufacturer who has striven hard, in conjunction with engine manufacturers, to bring these engines to a high pitch of reliability in a relatively short time. However, complacency in a world of change can be a dangerous thing.
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 1, 1955
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