Description: In horology the friction between solids is of the greatest importance; one limited, however, to the application of the laws of Coulomb which, do not at all correspond with reality. This report presents a review of the subject and some general conclusions. The choice of lubricant is discussed as well as the pressure between frictional surfaces. The gears in a watch are used extensively as examples.
Date: May 1930
Creator: Jaquerod, A.; Defossez, L. & Mügeli, H
Item Type: Refine your search to only Report
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department