Minimum power loss of hydrostatic slipper bearings for axial piston machines
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Minimum power loss of hydrostatic slipper bearings for axial piston machines by Norman A. Shute

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Published by Institution of Mechanical Engineers in London .
Written in English


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Paper 1 of Lubrication and wear convention arranged by the Lubrication and Wear Group of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Paper presented for discussionat the Pavilion, Bournemouth, on 23rd May 1963.

Statementby N.A. Shute and D.E.Turnbull.
ContributionsTurnbull, David Eric., Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Lubrication and Wear Group., Lubrication and Wear Convention (1963 : Bournemouth)
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Open LibraryOL13702905M

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