Fluid Sealing: Successful Sealing 2000 (British Hydromechanics Research (BHR) Group)
R. K. Flitney
Wiley, Nov 2, 2000 - Science - 520 pages
Leakage and emmission control is a critical function in process plant, industrial equipment, machinery, and transportation systems. This volume reflects many of the recent advances in sealing technology with topics including: tribology; static seals; and mechanical seals.
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