IN a previous article discussing ‘Boundary Lubrication’ we described this type of lubrication as of the greatest significance because it is the most frequently encountered condition in everyday machinery. The fact that ordinary bearings, bushes, and indeed reciprocating parts and gear teeth, depend so much on the materials of which they are composed can be taken as evidence that ‘Boundary Lubrication’ plays a predominant part in the functioning of these components.
Brix, V.H. (1947), "An Electrical Study of Boundary Lubrication: Further Rolls‐Royce Investigations Tending to Confirm Deductions from Previous Tests", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 19 No. 9, pp. 294-297. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb031549Download as .RIS
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