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Schmierung

  • Horst Czichos
  • Karl-Heinz Habig
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Zusammenfassung

Durch die Anwendung von Schmierstoffen können Reibung und Verschleiß stark vermindert werden, indem der unmittelbare Kontakt von Grund- und Gegenkörper unterbrochen wird. Hier soll nur die Schmierung mit flüssigen Schmierstoffen behandelt werden. Über die Fettund Feststoffschmierung wird in Kapitel 10 berichtet.

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