Friction Reduction and Reliability for Engines Bearings
AbstractFriction reduction is necessary in order to decrease engine emissions, so bearing friction needs to be reduced but with the constraint that low friction solutions should not affect bearing reliability. To meet this target of low friction and high reliability bearings, several technical solutions are reviewed. Particular attention is paid to evaluating friction reduction performance for each solution. Damage risks relating to customer uses are also presented in order to check that these risks are negligible with low friction solutions. View Full-Text
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Ligier, J.-L.; Noel, B. Friction Reduction and Reliability for Engines Bearings. Lubricants 2015, 3, 569-596.
Ligier J-L, Noel B. Friction Reduction and Reliability for Engines Bearings. Lubricants. 2015; 3(3):569-596.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ligier, Jean-Louis; Noel, Bruno. 2015. "Friction Reduction and Reliability for Engines Bearings." Lubricants 3, no. 3: 569-596.