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will123 (Automotive) (OP)
13 Nov 08 5:30
Can anyone here recommend a good book to purchase that goes into details on the lubrication of gearboxs. Typical information I would like include the following: -

Functions/ requirements of an oil.
The different additives of an oil and reasons for their uses.
How does changing the oil properties effect the operating conditions of a gearbox.
Properties of a oil needed to optimise a specific gearbox characteristic(eg. load carrying ability, cooling or reduced losses).
The oil properties need to reduce/ prevent specific problems in a gearbox (e.g overheating, tooth pitting, tooth scuffing).

Basically I would like to improve my knowledge on gearbox lubrication generally. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
 
jmw (Industrial)
13 Nov 08 5:53
Try visiting www.noria.com, lots of good online information and good books too.

JMW
www.ViscoAnalyser.com
 

superb8effect (Chemical)
18 Dec 08 5:37
Lubrication for Industry, Second Edition by Kenneth E. Bannister.
Try visit http://kutenk2000.freehostia.com/ScEng.html

 

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