Published: Jun 2003
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THIS CHAPTER PROVIDES VARIOUS METHODS TO EVALUATE THE FRICTION AND WEAR PROPERTIES of lubricants and materials. If friction and wear can be controlled then the engineer can select materials and lubricants with a high degree of confidence. Many laboratory tests are used to evaluate the interaction of materials under a broad range of test conditions and controlled environments.
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