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2.5 percent sulfurized 7-millimeter acid-treated white oil additive significantly reduced additives on rolling-element AISI 1018 steel antiwear additives base oil bearing steels change in fatigue chlorinated-wax additive significantly combined confidence number contact angle detrimental to rolling-element EHD film thickness Elastohydrodynamic Film Thickness element fatigue EP additives erence failure index fatigue life occurred five-ball fatigue tester included a maximum initiated rolling-element fatigue Lewis Research Center lower test balls Lubricant additives M-50 and AISI materials and lubricant maximum Hertz stress mode of failure NASA TN percent chlorinated wax percent didodecyl phosphite percent didodecyl-phosphite additive percent sulfurized terpene race temperature ranking of bearing rheology Rolling-Element Bearings Rolling-element fatigue tests shaft speed significantly reduced fatigue steel ball materials subsurface initiated rolling-element subsurface origin surface active additives surface distress type temperature of 340 test lubricant tests of reference Three steel ball upper test ball upper-ball stress cycles viscosity white oil containing Zaretsky