Published: Jan 1950
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Though we generally think of steam turbines in terms of generator service for central station usage or for ship propulsion, countless thousands of multi-purpose units find varied applications in industrial plants as generator drives and as prime movers for mechanical equipment, that is, mechanical drive turbines. This paper is a general discussion of the lubrication problems incident to units in this usage.
Morrow, A. S.
Staff Engineer, Shell Oil Co., Inc., New York, N. Y.