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Other Requirements of a Bearing Alloy
The Effect of other Elements on TinAntimonyCopper Bearing Alloys
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acid adhesion alloys containing ALLOYS FOR PLAIN aluminium antimony antimony and copper BABBITT ALLOYS Babbitt bearings basis material Battelle Memorial Institute bearing alloy bearing assembly bearing metal bearing surface BEARINGS By P. G. bond strength boundary friction breakdown cadmium cast iron casting temperature Centrifugal casting composition compressive conformability considerable contraction cavities copper copper-lead corrosion damage die-cast embeddability eutectic factors fatigue strength fatigue-resistance Goler greater GREENFORD half-shells hard particles high-lead alloys high-tin alloys increase Inst intermediate alloys journal bearing lead lead-base alloys lead-base Babbitts liquidus machining mandrel manufacture McKee mechanical properties melting methods nitric acid obtained occur oil film P. G. Forrester peritectic PLAIN BEARINGS range Rapid water cool rate of cooling reduced S.A.E. Journal SbSn slider soft alloys speed steel stress Tech tensile thickness tin and lead-base tin content Tin Research Institute tin-base alloys tion type of jig velocity viscosity whitemetal yield stress zinc Zinc chloride