2 edition of Iron and steel works lubrication found in the catalog.
Iron and steel works lubrication
Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Lubrication and Wear Group.
by Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Written in English
|Series||Proceedings 1964;65,vol.179;part 3E|
|Contributions||Iron and Steel Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||420|
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This vintage book contains a collection of notes originally written for the guidance of the staff in an iron and steel works laboratory. It is an abbreviated version of "Laboratory Notes on Iron and Steel Analyses" that was condensed to meet the needs of those who did not want to enter for the complete analytical course. din , edition, november - plain bearings; lubrication holes, lubrication grooves and lubrication bore reliefs for general applications There is no abstract currently available for this document.
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Upon studying the book closer, I found that they are significantly different and the 4th Edition is much more up to date and very good. I do recommend this book, for those who are interested in learning about lubrication as it relates to the iron and steel industry.4/5(1).
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