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Tribology's original premier reference, the Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology, now in three volumes, continues to serve as the cornerstone of every tribology and lubrication science library, providing engineers, researchers, and technicians with the information they need to do their work and pioneer advancements that continue to shape this field.
 
Now, completely reorganized to aid readers in identifying topics of interest, Volume I Application and Maintenance, Second Edition, addresses the latest technology related to testing and maintenance procedures, as well as changes in our understanding of how lubrication principles impact implementation. Every one of the chapters retained from the first edition has either been fully updated or revised, or completely rewritten by a peer-recognized team of experts who are currently active in a wide variety of industry segments.

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology - Volume I

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Application and Maintenance, Second Edition

Tribology's original premier reference, the Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology, now in three volumes, continues to serve as the cornerstone of every tribology and lubrication science library, providing engineers, researchers, and technicians with the information they need to do their work and pioneer advancements that continue to shape this field.
 
Now, completely reorganized to aid readers in identifying topics of interest, Volume I Application and Maintenance, Second Edition, addresses the latest technology related to testing and maintenance procedures, as well as changes in our understanding of how lubrication principles impact implementation. Every one of the chapters retained from the first edition has either been fully updated or revised, or completely rewritten by a peer-recognized team of experts who are currently active in a wide variety of industry segments.
 
The Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology Volume I Application and Maintenance, Second Edition
 
    Incorporates totally new information, as well as revisions of previous material, supported with additional reference tables and figures
    Adds several new chapters that include coverage of biotribology, tribology of data storage devices, tribology of metal forming processes, and environmental implications of lubricants
    Includes new international standards on safety, environmental protection, and waste treatment, cross-referenced for quick access
    Addresses new information on applications in the microelectronics industry
 
Sponsored and copublished by the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE), this revised edition of Volume I has been accepted for inclusion in the Body of Knowledge by STLE'??s Certified Lubrication Specialist Certification Committee. It provides an excellent reference for those preparing for STLEâ??s Certified Lubrication Specialist Certification examination.
 
In addition to the second edition of Volume I, the complete Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology includes Volume II Theory and Design, and Volume III Monitoring Materials, Synthetic Lubricants and Applications.

Author:         George E. Totten
Published:         2006
Format:         Hardback
Pages:                 1193

Excerpt:         Perhaps the simplest of all available feedback tools used for greasing motor bearings is the pressure gauge. A pressure gauge mounted on the grease gun adds precision. In fact, if the technician is consistent with the rate volume, the back pressure on the bearing can be recorded and trended. It is a tell-tale sign that the bearing may be building up a mass of caked-up thickener and may be due for cleaning.
 
Table Of Contents:         

SECTION I - Applications
 
    Automotive Engine Oil
    Simon C. Tung, Michael L. McMillan, Edward P. Becker, and Shirley E. Schwartz
 
    Automatic Transmission Fluids
    C.D. Tipton
 
    Rear Axle Lubrication
    Arup Gangopadhyay and Farrukh Qureshi
 
    Automotive Chassis and Driveline Lubrication
    Douglas M. Jahn and Simon C. Tung
 
    Diesel, Dual-Fuel, and Gas Engines
    D.J.W Barrell and M. Priest
 
    Aircraft Gas Turbines
    Andy Hall
 
    Principles of Gas Turbine Bearing Lubrication and Design
    Hooshang Heshmat and James F. Walton II
 
    Steam Turbines
    B.C. Pettinato
 
    Compressors and Vacuum Pumps
    T. Kazama and G.E. Totten
 
    Basic Hydraulic Pump and Circuit Design
    Richard K. Tessmann, Hans M. Melief, and Roland J. Bishop
 
    Hydraulic Fluids
    H. Murrenhoff, O.-C. Gohler and T. Meindorf
 
    Coolants and Lubricants in Metal Cutting
    S.C. Veldhuis, G.S. Fox-Rabinovich, and L.S. Shuster
 
    Lubricating Industrial Electric Motors
    Drew D. Troyer
 
    Effects of Radiation on Lubricants
    Robert O. Bolt
 
    Wire Rope and Chain
    Paul Conley
 
    Tribology of Hard Disk Drives – Magnetic Data Storage Technology
    Jose Castillo and Bharat Bhushan
 
    Biotribology: Material Design, Lubrication, and Wear in Artificial Hip Joints
    Z.M. Jin, J. Fisher, and E. Ingram
 
SECTION II - Industrial Lubrication Practices
 
    Steel Industry
    Rick Schrama
 
    Aluminum Metalworking Lubricants
    James R. Anglin
 
    Mining Industry
    Will Scott
 
    Farm and Construction Equipment
    R. Lal Kushwaha and Jude Liu
 
    Industrial Lubrication Practice - Wheel/Rail Tribology
    Roger Lewis and Rob Dwyer-loyce
 
    Lubrication in the Timber and Paper Industries
    Paul W. Michael
 
    Textile Fibers/Fabrics
    Paul D. Seemuth
 
    Food-Grade Lubricants and the Food Processing Industry
    James C. Fitch, Sabrin Gebarin, and Martin Williamson
 
    Aviation Industry
    H.A. Poitz and R.E. Yungk
 
    Lubrication for Space Applications
    William R. Jones and Mark J. Jansen
 
    Friction and Wear in Lubricated Sheet Metal Forming Processes
    E. van der Heide and Dirk Jan Schipper

SECTION III - Maintenance
 
    The Degradation of Lubricants in Service Use
    Malcolm F. Fox
 
    Lubricant Properties and Test Methods
    Larry A. Toms and Allison M. Toms
 
    Contamination Control and Failure Analysis
    Jacek Stecki
 
    Environmental Implications and Sustainability Concepts for Lubricants
    Malcolm F. Fox
 
    Lubrication Program Development and Scheduling
    Mike Johnson
 
    Lubricant Storage, Handling, and Dispensing
    Mark Barnes
 
    Conservation of Lubricants and Energy
    Robert L. Johnson and James C. Fitch
 
    Centralized Lubrication Systems - Theory and Practice
    Paul Conley and Ayzik Grach
 
    Used Oil Recycling and Environmental Considerations
    Dennis W. Brinkman and Barbara J. Parry

SECTION Appendices

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Index