Tribology: Wear Test Selection for Design and Application
A dozen papers from a December 1992 symposium in Miami, Florida, explore the relationship between the laboratory testing of wear and erosion and the actual performance of the mechanical components tested. The topics include plastic plain bearings at low velocity, slurry erosion, internal combustion
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