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"Tribology for Aerospace Applications" is a reference source written for designers of rotating machinery; users and designers of such mechanical components as bearings, gears, and seals; tribologists; university and industrial researchers; and students of machine design. This incorporates information from more than 900 references spanning over 50 years of technological advances. The titles of the chapters are "Tribology Fundamentals," "Solid Lubricants," "Self-Lubricating Polymer... Details
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STLE PUBLICATION

Spiral Bound

ISBN No. 978-0-9732924-1-1
Publication Date: March 2011
Number of pages: 360
Availability: In Stock
Availble binding:  Perfect or Spiral

Edited by STLE's Alberta Section

The third edition of the Basic Handbook of Lubrication just could be the only reference you need to... Details
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STLE PUBLICATION

Perfect bound
Traditional format for those who prefer a classic look. Spine copy makes bookshelf identification easy.

ISBN No. 978-0-9732924-1-1
Publication Date: March 2011
Number of pages: 360
Availability: In Stock
Availble binding:  Perfect or Spiral

Edited by STLE's Alberta Section

The third... Details
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Lubrication Fundamentals: TLT Best Practices Series

Lubrication Fundamentals is a 36-page digital reprint of TLT articles covering a broad range of industry topics and are authored by Dr. Robert M. Gresham, STLE’s director of professional development. Bob’s columns on Lubrication Fundamentals have been an integral part of TLT for over a decade and are highly rated among readers. From bearings to viscosity, we examine tribology’s basic principles in 10 information-packed... Details
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Metalworking Fluids: TLT Best Practices Series

This 48-page digital compilation of TLT articles is devoted to those who manufacture, sell or advise customers on the safe and effective use of metalworking fluids in industrial applications. Today’s metalworking fluids are, in fact, sophisticated materials. All they have to do is provide lubrication, cooling and corrosion control to help machine or form parts at the highest rate of speed, maximize tool life and minimize downtime ... Details