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We Offer Awards for Lubrication Papers

We Offer Awards for Lubrication Papers of value to any or all classes of lubricant consumers. We Offer Th e length of article should be between 1,500 and 4,000 words, an d any illustrations tha t can be secured, or sketches or photos which assist the reader to under­ Awards for stan d the article, will be welcomed. Lubrication Papers Authors Unknown to Judges. As th e rules explain, the judges will not know who ar e the authors of the papers until their decisions WIT H the object of encouraging the interest of hav e been made. youn g engineers in the subject of practical I t is hoped that the awards will provide incentive lubrication , we are offering awards to the authors of for entrants, but undoubtedly, some honour and th e best papers submitted on this subject, in accord­ credit will be due to author s of papers securing awards. anc e with the rules below. As far as we know, awards for papers on lubrication Th e Rules. subject s have never been offered before and we are Th e rules are as follows :— quit e confident that there are many young people 1. Entrants must be of British nationality, but wh o are engaged in various branches of engineering, ma y be situate d in an y part of th e world. They must an d also those engaged by lubricating oil companies, be not over 32 years of age on Jan . 1st. 10.51. There wh o have knowledge of these subjects to impart for is no entrance fee. th e good of others and we invite them to submit their 2. The subject chosen must be one that will be of efforts. valu e to any large user of automotive or industrial lubricants . Tw o Classes for Entrants. 3 . The paper must be th e author' s own work, and Realising that those engaged in the lubricating sources of information must be given in references at oil industry will probably have the better chances, end of the paper. Quotations from published liter­ we are dividing the awards into two groups. (1) For atur e must be included in inverted commas. Papers thos e who are not engaged and have no connection mus t be as neutral as possible, i.e. they must not with the lubricating oil industry. (2) For those describe one particular company's products. Papers engaged by the lubricating oil industry. Similar should be from 1,500 to 4,000 words, and should be award s will be made in both cases. illustrate d with sketches and photographs if these Ther e is a n age limit in bot h cases. No entran t must assist the reader to understand the text more clearly. be more tha n thirty-two year s of age on Jan . 1st, 1951. 4 . There are two classes of entrants. (a) Those not engaged in the lubricant industry. (b) Those engaged in the lubricant industry. Subjects for Papers. 5. The identit y of th e autho r must not be disclosed Th e subjects that you may choose to write about t o the judges. The author must head his paper with ar e almost limitless, but the principal object in every a nom-de-plume and state either "'Engaged in Lub­ case must be to provide a paper that will prove of rican t Industry" or "Not Engaged in Lubricant valu e t o all. or an y section of large users of automobile Industry. " He must attach to his paper a sealed or industrial lubricants. In other words, the paper envelope bearing his nom-de-plume on the outside, mus t have a practical flavour. Many ideas for an d his name and address inside. subject s come immediately to hand, here are a few 6. Entries must be posted by registered post to suggestions, but the scope is very great. Dept . Comp. Scientific Publications. S. Walker St.. Importanc e of Lubrication Maintenance ; Applic­ Wellington, Shropshire, England, to arrive not later ation s of Industrial Lubricants ; Maintaining a Fac­ tha n 1st August, 1951. tor y Lubrication Schedule ; Elimination of Break­ 7. Copyright of all papers for which award is down s through Efficient Lubrication ; Recent mad e shall belong t o Scientific Publications who may Development s in Lubrication ; Value of Centralized permi t reproduction elsewhere if requested. System s of Lubrication in Industry ; Lubrication 8. Entries will be judged by a panel consisting of Maintenanc e Procedure for Transport ; Lubrication a leading executive in the lubricating oil industry, a of Steam Engines ; Lubrication of Diesel Engines ; leading engineer who uses lubricants on a large scale, Lubricatio n of Power Plant ; Colour and Coding an d th e Editor of Scientific Lubrication. In the event Scheme s for Industry ; Lubrication Equipment and of any dispute, the decision of the Editor must be Us e in Garages ; Practical Applications of Lubrication take n as final. Researc h ; Educating Maintenance Personnel in Lubricatio n ; Education of Lubrication Engineers ; Lubricatio n in Wire Drawing ; Die Lubrication ; The Awards. Syntheti c Lubricants ; Reclamation of Lubricants T o th e autho r of th e best paper selected by th e judges, (or Cutting Oils) ; Application of Cutting Oils ; in each class, Scientific Publications will award the Th e Value of Correct Lubrication in Automobile su m of Fifteen Pounds. To author s of an y othe r papers Maintenance , etc., etc., etc. published in addition to the above, sums of Five Th e choice of subject is very great, but we repeat, Pound s each. Smaller awards will be made to the th e object must be to provide practical information author s of any papers published in shortened form. Scientific LUBRICATION March, 1951 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Emerald Publishing

We Offer Awards for Lubrication Papers

Industrial Lubrication and Tribology , Volume 3 (3): 1 – Mar 1, 1951

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of value to any or all classes of lubricant consumers. We Offer Th e length of article should be between 1,500 and 4,000 words, an d any illustrations tha t can be secured, or sketches or photos which assist the reader to under­ Awards for stan d the article, will be welcomed. Lubrication Papers Authors Unknown to Judges. As th e rules explain, the judges will not know who ar e the authors of the papers until their decisions WIT H the object of encouraging the interest of hav e been made. youn g engineers in the subject of practical I t is hoped that the awards will provide incentive lubrication , we are offering awards to the authors of for entrants, but undoubtedly, some honour and th e best papers submitted on this subject, in accord­ credit will be due to author s of papers securing awards. anc e with the rules below. As far as we know, awards for papers on lubrication Th e Rules. subject s have never been offered before and we are Th e rules are as follows :— quit e confident that there are many young people 1. Entrants must be of British nationality, but wh o are engaged in various branches of engineering, ma y be situate d in an y part of th e world. They must an d also those engaged by lubricating oil companies, be not over 32 years of age on Jan . 1st. 10.51. There wh o have knowledge of these subjects to impart for is no entrance fee. th e good of others and we invite them to submit their 2. The subject chosen must be one that will be of efforts. valu e to any large user of automotive or industrial lubricants . Tw o Classes for Entrants. 3 . The paper must be th e author' s own work, and Realising that those engaged in the lubricating sources of information must be given in references at oil industry will probably have the better chances, end of the paper. Quotations from published liter­ we are dividing the awards into two groups. (1) For atur e must be included in inverted commas. Papers thos e who are not engaged and have no connection mus t be as neutral as possible, i.e. they must not with the lubricating oil industry. (2) For those describe one particular company's products. Papers engaged by the lubricating oil industry. Similar should be from 1,500 to 4,000 words, and should be award s will be made in both cases. illustrate d with sketches and photographs if these Ther e is a n age limit in bot h cases. No entran t must assist the reader to understand the text more clearly. be more tha n thirty-two year s of age on Jan . 1st, 1951. 4 . There are two classes of entrants. (a) Those not engaged in the lubricant industry. (b) Those engaged in the lubricant industry. Subjects for Papers. 5. The identit y of th e autho r must not be disclosed Th e subjects that you may choose to write about t o the judges. The author must head his paper with ar e almost limitless, but the principal object in every a nom-de-plume and state either "'Engaged in Lub­ case must be to provide a paper that will prove of rican t Industry" or "Not Engaged in Lubricant valu e t o all. or an y section of large users of automobile Industry. " He must attach to his paper a sealed or industrial lubricants. In other words, the paper envelope bearing his nom-de-plume on the outside, mus t have a practical flavour. Many ideas for an d his name and address inside. subject s come immediately to hand, here are a few 6. Entries must be posted by registered post to suggestions, but the scope is very great. Dept . Comp. Scientific Publications. S. Walker St.. Importanc e of Lubrication Maintenance ; Applic­ Wellington, Shropshire, England, to arrive not later ation s of Industrial Lubricants ; Maintaining a Fac­ tha n 1st August, 1951. tor y Lubrication Schedule ; Elimination of Break­ 7. Copyright of all papers for which award is down s through Efficient Lubrication ; Recent mad e shall belong t o Scientific Publications who may Development s in Lubrication ; Value of Centralized permi t reproduction elsewhere if requested. System s of Lubrication in Industry ; Lubrication 8. Entries will be judged by a panel consisting of Maintenanc e Procedure for Transport ; Lubrication a leading executive in the lubricating oil industry, a of Steam Engines ; Lubrication of Diesel Engines ; leading engineer who uses lubricants on a large scale, Lubricatio n of Power Plant ; Colour and Coding an d th e Editor of Scientific Lubrication. In the event Scheme s for Industry ; Lubrication Equipment and of any dispute, the decision of the Editor must be Us e in Garages ; Practical Applications of Lubrication take n as final. Researc h ; Educating Maintenance Personnel in Lubricatio n ; Education of Lubrication Engineers ; Lubricatio n in Wire Drawing ; Die Lubrication ; The Awards. Syntheti c Lubricants ; Reclamation of Lubricants T o th e autho r of th e best paper selected by th e judges, (or Cutting Oils) ; Application of Cutting Oils ; in each class, Scientific Publications will award the Th e Value of Correct Lubrication in Automobile su m of Fifteen Pounds. To author s of an y othe r papers Maintenance , etc., etc., etc. published in addition to the above, sums of Five Th e choice of subject is very great, but we repeat, Pound s each. Smaller awards will be made to the th e object must be to provide practical information author s of any papers published in shortened form. Scientific LUBRICATION March, 1951

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Industrial Lubrication and TribologyEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 1, 1951

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