Rheological and Thermophysical Properties of Greases
This guide contains a compendium of the most widely used greases and charts the most feasible experimental methods for determining the rheological and thermophysical properties of these products. Topics covered include the properties of intermediates used in grease production, an analysis of those intermediates, and recent advances in the quality and performance of lubricants. Revised and updated since its original publication in the USSR (1984). Produced from space- consuming double-spaced typescript. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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