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Lubricants and their cost effective use [proceedings of a] one day" Awarness of Tribology" course held 27th November, 1980 in London by

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Published by Industrial Unit of Tribology in Leeds .
Written in English

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Statementorganised by the Industrial Unit of Tribology.
ContributionsIndustrial Unit of Tribology ([Leeds])
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