Lubrication Specialist Priority Group 1

Gears - Intermediate

Gears are machine parts that transmits motion and force by means of successively engaging projections, called teeth.  The smaller gear of a pair is called the pinion whereas the larger is called the gear or bull gear.

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Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol I
Chapter 4- Automotive Chassis and Driveline Lubrication
Chapter 20- Mining Industry

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol II
Chapter 50- Gear Lubrication

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol III
Chapter 13- Synthetic Lubricants- Automotive Applications
Chapter 13a- Synthetic Lubricants- Polyalphaolefins
Chapter 14a- Synthetic Lubricants- Polyalkylene Glycols
Chapter 17- Applications- Oil Mist Lubrication

Practical Lubrication for Industrial Facilities
Chapter 14- Gear Lubrication

The Lubrication Engineers Manual – Fourth Edition
Chapter 1- Fundamental Concepts and Practices
Chapter 3- Maintenance and Reliability of Rotating Assemblies
Chapter 7- Gears and Their Lubrication

Tribology Data Handbook
Chapter 33- Mining Excavation Equipment Lubricant Guidelines
Chapter 36- Steel Industry Lubricant Guidelines
Chapter 67- Gear Lubricant Selection and Applications
Chapter 84- Gear Distress and Failure Modes