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Tribology research for Canadian industry

ACOT Research Seminar. (4th 1987 Sarnia, Ontario)

Tribology research for Canadian industry

proceedings of the 4th ACOT Research Seminar, held May 27-29, 1987 at Esso Petroleum Canada Research Division, Sarnia, Ontario.

by ACOT Research Seminar. (4th 1987 Sarnia, Ontario)

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Published by National Research Council Canada in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tribology -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNational Research Council Canada. Associate Committee on Tribology (Wear, Friction and Lubrication), Esso Petroleum Canada (Firm). Research Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ1075 .A226 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination70 leaves :
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14784681M

      There are many other fields that are more lucrative than book publishing, but those who work in this industry have a love for books that increases the value of the career. Publishers generally cannot afford to pay their staff high salaries, and a typical entry-level job in publishing pays roughly between $30, and $35, per year. "Tribo-corrosion maps for bio-tribology - some new approaches", M.M. Stack, 2nd UK/China Summer School and Workshop in Tribology and Surface Engineering, Southampton, August Guest Editor with M. Roy and A. Pauschitz, Special Issue of Tribology International " 2nd International Conference on TriboCorrosion: East meets West"(7,

    Work, Industry and Canadian Society. 7th ed. by Harvey J. Krahn, Karen D. Hughes, Graham S. Lowe Publication Date: Chapter Unions and Industrial Relations. Canadian book-publishing industry were directly linked to the printing industry -as were those in most other countries, particularly when the printing press also had links with a retail book and stationery outlet. The first establishment, not surprisingly, was opened in. in Hali- .

    ___MODERN TRIBOLOGY HANDBOOK Catalog no. , ISBN: at $ / £ each. For Canadian orders, please add GST. We will add tax on all credit card orders. Recent research has led to a deeper understanding of the nature and consequences of interactions between. Phenomena such as railway noise levels and rolling contact fatigue have been reasons to intensify contacts with partners in the industry and the users of the railway network since This has led to strategic research programmes, together with the academic world (see e.g. Chapter 13 for research on squats and Chapter 12 for research on track.


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