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to the frictional viscous resistance to motion of the lubricating fluid between the surfaces. Lubrication can also describe the phenomenon such reduction of wear occurs without human intervention ( hydroplaning on a road). The science of friction , lubrication and wear is called tribology

Vaginal lubrication print that page

Labium

2 and 8.0 (a neutral substance has a pH of 7.0). [ 4 ] [ edit ] Vaginal dryness Insufficient lubrication or vaginal dryness in women can cause dyspareunia , which is a type of sexual pain disorder . While vaginal dryness is considered an indicator for sexual arousal disorder , male circumcision

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Science

the surfaces to more evenly spread the load (pressure generated) between the surfaces. Adequate lubrication is obtained when the relative motion of the parts is smooth and continuous, with only mild wear. If wear is excessive, or if the parts seize up or break, the lubrication has been inadequate

Acoustic lubrication print that page

Applications Besides the study of landslides, there could be many other applications for acoustic lubrication , particularly where variable friction is required or traditional lubricants can't be used. One case might be drilling wells (for water, oil, etc.) through sand. The optimal pitch

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Lubrication theory print that page

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In fluid dynamics , lubrication theory describes the flow of fluids (liquids or gases) in a geometry in which one dimension is significantly smaller than the others. Interior flows are those where the boundaries of the fluid volume are known, and include those inside bearings . Here a key

Automatic lubrication system print that page

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An Automatic Lubrication System (ALS) , often referred to as a Centralized Lubrication System, generally comprises a controller or timer, a pump and reservoir , metering valves and fittings and supply and feed lines . It typically delivers a controlled amount of lubricant (either grease

Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers print that page

This professional organization's stated [ citation needed ] mission is to advance the science of tribology and the practice of lubrication engineering in order to foster innovation, improve the performance of equipment and products, conserve resources and protect the environment. Its stated

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Minimum quantity lubrication print that page

Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) is a near dry lubrication method that uses minimal, required by process amount of cutting fluid. It is generally accepted that MQL is achieved within the range of flow rate: 10-500 ml/hour. [ edit ] The principle of work of MQL A very small amount of

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Yamaha FJ print that page

FJ1200_kalina

directly to the clutch , no counter balancer shaft is used. Starting is by electric starter only. Lubrication is wet sump using a trochoid pump, an oil radiator assists with cooling. [ 2 ] Both the FJ1100 and FJ1200 were fitted with an additional fuel vapour recovery system to comply with

Mercedes-Benz W201 print that page

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The Mercedes-Benz W201 was a sports sedan / compact executive car manufactured by Mercedes-Benz from 1982–1993, positioned below the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and S-Class — and marketed under variants of the Mercedes 190 nameplate. The W201 featured a patented rear 5-link suspension