Definition of Lubrication. Meaning of Lubrication. Synonyms of Lubrication

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Definition of Lubrication

Lubrication
Lubrication Lu`bri*ca"tion, n. The act of lubricating; the act of making slippery.

Meaning of Lubrication from wikipedia

- with respect to the mode of lubrication, which are called lubrication regimes: Fluid film lubrication is the lubrication regime in which, through viscous...
- in which this lubrication is insufficient, and sometimes artificial lubricants are used to augment it. Without sufficient lubrication, ****ual intercourse...
- Machinery lubrication Lubrication – The presence of a material to reduce friction between two surfaces. Motor oil – Lubricant used for lubrication of internal...
- Splash lubrication is a rudimentary form of lubrication found in early engines. Such engines could be external combustion engines (such as stationary steam...
- (mechanical) Lubrication Lubrication theory Penetrant Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers Timken OK Load Dresel, Wilfried (2014). "Lubricating Greases"...
- A jet engine is a type of reaction engine discharging a fast-moving jet that generates thrust by jet propulsion. While this broad definition can include...
- bearing to lubricate it. Excess oil is flung off and collects in the pool again. A rudimentary form of lubrication is splash lubrication. Some machines...
- Lubrication may refer to: Lubrication Acoustic lubrication Hydrodynamic lubrication Lubrication theory Boundary lubrication ****l lubrication Lubricant...
- Internal flow lubrication theory has many industrial applications because of its role in the design of fluid bearings. Here a key goal of lubrication theory...
- Automatic lubrication (also called autolube or auto-lube) refers to a lubrication system on a two-stroke engine, in which the oil is automatically mixed...
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