antifriction


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antifriction

[‚an·tē′frik·shən]
(mechanics)
Making friction smaller in magnitude.
(mechanical engineering)
Employing a rolling contact instead of a sliding contact.
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The present study is aimed at investigating improvements in antiwear, antifriction, and extreme pressure properties of formulated EP 140 grade gear engine oil dispersed with surface-modified and ball-milled MWCNTs.
The identification of technical condition of eccentric bearings in practice is complicated, because rotating system has many antifriction bearings and generates random vibration as plotted in very rich spectrum.
The hard coating is a kind of coating materials prepared by the metal, ceramic, or their mixtures, which is used as surface treatment for antifriction, antierosion, vibration reduction, and other engineering application fields [6-8].
The spring leaves contact by end, and an antifriction material is placed at the contact area.
To improve the antifriction and ensure the hardness value of the contact pair in the material composition is administered as a solid lubricant of molybdenum disulfide, graphite and others.
It is noted that FRP surfaces have better antifriction properties after modification by stearic acid, as shown in Fig.
Also, special additive chemistry was developed to allow the gelling agents, surfacants, and antifriction, antiscalant, and antibacterial additives to function properly in saltwater.
As an example, products replaceable after the first failure include antifriction bearings.
Based on construction, the antifriction bearings have majorly classified into small and large bore ball and roller bearings.
thickness or more of highest antifriction feature, fire proof & inflammable including the erection, also related wall skirting of not less than 7 cms width supplied & erection as per the industry rules.
* 160-mm spherical self-aligning antifriction roller bearings with patented flow through oil lubrication system.
Remarkable antifriction and antiwear properties of molybdenum disulfide in an inert atmosphere or vacuum are explained by its lamellar structure resulting in low shear strength.