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Handbook of Lubrications and Tribology Vol. 1: Application and Maintenance Ed by George E. Totten

Contributor(s): Totten, George E [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: USA CRC Press 2016Edition: 2nd ed.Description: I-23p.ISBN: 9781498771986.Subject(s): Mechanical EngineeringDDC classification: 621.89
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Automotive Engine Oil
Automatic Transmission Fluids
Rear Axle Lubrication
Automotive Chassis and Driveline Lubrication
Diesel, Dual Fuel, and Gas Engines
Aircraft Gas Turbines
Principles of Gas Turbine Bearing Lubrication and Design
Steam Turbines
Compressors and Vacuum Pumps
Basic Hydraulic Pump and Circuit Design
Hydraulic Fluids
Coolants and Lubricants in Metal Cutting
Lubricating Industrial Electric Motors Effects of Radiation on Lubricants
Wire Rope and Chain
Tribology of Hard Disk Drives Magnetic Data Storage Technology
Biotribology: Material Design, Lubrication and Wear in Artificial Hip Joints
Industrial Lubrication Practices
Steel Industry
Aluminum Metalworking Lubricants
Mining Industry
Farm and Construction Equipment
Industrial Lubrication Practice: Wheel/Rail Tribology
Lubrication in the Timber and Paper Industries
Textile Fibers/Fabrics
Food Grade Lubricants and the Food Processing Industry
Aviation Industry
Lubrication for Space Applications
Friction and Wear in Lubricated Sheet Metal Forming Processes
Part - 3: Maintenance
The Degradation of Lubricants in Service Use
Lubricant Properties and Test Methods
Contamination Control and Failure Analysis
Environmental Implications and Sustainability Concepts for Lubricants; Lubrication Program Development and Scheduling
Lubricant Storage, Handling, and Dispensing
Conservation of Lubricants and Energy
Centralized Lubrication Systems: Theory and Practice
Used Oil Recycling and Environmental Considerations

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