Lubrification

Related to Lubrification: lubricate

Lu`bri`fi`ca´tion


n.1.The act of lubricating, or making smooth.
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La lubrification s'effectue par carter sec, technique derivee de la competition qui permet une implantation tres basse du bloc moteur, reduisant ainsi le centre de gravite de la voiture.
Frequent lubrification and attention to eyelid hygiene are essential only to reduce symptoms and control secondary infections.
At week 12, both BZA/CE doses induced a significant improvement in lubrification from baseline according to the Arizona Sexual Experiences (ASEX) Scale compared to placebo (p < 0.05).
Theoretical analysis of piston-ring lubrification part I--fully flooded lubrication, Tribology Transactions 35(4): 696-706.
Tel a ete le constat etabli, hier, par la directrice du Centre national des technologiques de production plus propres (CNTPP), Fazia Dahleb, lors d'un atelier national sur [beaucoup moins que] la gestion des huiles de lubrification usagees de moteur [beaucoup plus grand que].
The range of variation of the friction coefficient [[mu].sub.i] was taken to be between 0 and 0.2 (this extreme value may correspond to steel/steel contact without any lubrification).
[38] reported a review of both lubrification and wear models focusing on their main characteristics of the hip implant tribology: they underlined the interest that new advanced models including both aspects could be helpful.
In the fields of filament yarn dye package winding and rewinding, with or without lubrification, the key features of the SSM PW3-W fastflex(tm) offer clear benefits to the industry:
A sampling of topics includes: general properties of Stokes flows, lubrification flows, motion of a solid particle in a fluid, suspension mechanics, and non-Newtonian fluids.