Friction, Lubrication and the Lubricants in Horology
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Friction, Lubrication and the Lubricants in Horology

By W. T. (William T.) Lewis
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  • FRICTION, LUBRICATION AND THE LUBRICANTS IN HOROLOGY.
    • BY
    • W. T. LEWIS,
      • Prest. Philadelphia Horological Society.
    • Prest. Philadelphia Horological Society.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • LUBRICANTS IN HOROLOGY—THEIR SOURCE AND METHOD OF REFINEMENT.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • LUBRICANTS IN HOROLOGY—THEIR SOURCE AND METHOD OF REFINEMENT.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II.
      • ELEMENTARY PHYSICS RELATING TO FRICTION AND LUBRICATION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • ELEMENTARY PHYSICS RELATING TO FRICTION AND LUBRICATION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III.
      • FRICTION—ITS NATURE AND THEORY.
      • TABLE I.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FRICTION—ITS NATURE AND THEORY.
    • TABLE I.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • APPLICATION OF THE LAW OF FRICTION AND LUBRICATION IN HOROLOGY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPLICATION OF THE LAW OF FRICTION AND LUBRICATION IN HOROLOGY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER V.
      • THE PROPERTIES AND RELATIVE VALUES OF LUBRICANTS IN HOROLOGY.
      • TABLE II.
        • Action of Oils on Metals.
      • Action of Oils on Metals.
      • TABLE III.
        • For Reference.
      • For Reference.
      • TABLE IV.
        • Action of Oils on Brass.
        • Temp. 21° to 37.5° C. = 70° to 100° F. Time 100 days.
      • Action of Oils on Brass.
      • Temp. 21° to 37.5° C. = 70° to 100° F. Time 100 days.
      • TABLE V.
        • Action of Oils on Brass.
        • Temp. 5.5° to 21° C. = 40° to 70° F. Time 25 days.
      • Action of Oils on Brass.
      • Temp. 5.5° to 21° C. = 40° to 70° F. Time 25 days.
      • TABLE VI.
        • Gumming and Drying of Oils.
        • Temp. 21° C. to 37.5° C. = 70° F. to 110° F. Time 100 Days.
      • Gumming and Drying of Oils.
      • Temp. 21° C. to 37.5° C. = 70° F. to 110° F. Time 100 Days.
      • TABLE VII.
        • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
        • Temp. 15.5° C. = 60° F. Inclination 6 degrees. Time 7 days.
      • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
      • Temp. 15.5° C. = 60° F. Inclination 6 degrees. Time 7 days.
      • TABLE VIII.
        • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
        • Temp. 24° C. = 75° F. Inclination 7 degrees. Time 7.3 days.
      • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
      • Temp. 24° C. = 75° F. Inclination 7 degrees. Time 7.3 days.
      • TABLE IX.
        • Relative Viscosity, Cohesion and Adhesion of Oils.
        • Temp. 21° C.(= 70° F.) and 38° C. (= 100° F.) Inclination Vertical.
      • Relative Viscosity, Cohesion and Adhesion of Oils.
      • Temp. 21° C.(= 70° F.) and 38° C. (= 100° F.) Inclination Vertical.
      • TABLE X.
        • Relative Effect of Cold on Oils.
        • Temp. -15° C. (= 5° F.) Time of Exposure = 6 hours
      • Relative Effect of Cold on Oils.
      • Temp. -15° C. (= 5° F.) Time of Exposure = 6 hours
      • TABLE XI.
        • Relative Variations of Viscosity of Oils in Varying Temperatures.
      • Relative Variations of Viscosity of Oils in Varying Temperatures.
      • TABLE XII.—ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE PROPERTIES AND RELATIVE VALUES OF LUBRICANTS IN HOROLOGY.
    • TABLE II.
      • Action of Oils on Metals.
    • Action of Oils on Metals.
    • TABLE III.
      • For Reference.
    • For Reference.
    • TABLE IV.
      • Action of Oils on Brass.
      • Temp. 21° to 37.5° C. = 70° to 100° F. Time 100 days.
    • Action of Oils on Brass.
    • Temp. 21° to 37.5° C. = 70° to 100° F. Time 100 days.
    • TABLE V.
      • Action of Oils on Brass.
      • Temp. 5.5° to 21° C. = 40° to 70° F. Time 25 days.
    • Action of Oils on Brass.
    • Temp. 5.5° to 21° C. = 40° to 70° F. Time 25 days.
    • TABLE VI.
      • Gumming and Drying of Oils.
      • Temp. 21° C. to 37.5° C. = 70° F. to 110° F. Time 100 Days.
    • Gumming and Drying of Oils.
    • Temp. 21° C. to 37.5° C. = 70° F. to 110° F. Time 100 Days.
    • TABLE VII.
      • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
      • Temp. 15.5° C. = 60° F. Inclination 6 degrees. Time 7 days.
    • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
    • Temp. 15.5° C. = 60° F. Inclination 6 degrees. Time 7 days.
    • TABLE VIII.
      • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
      • Temp. 24° C. = 75° F. Inclination 7 degrees. Time 7.3 days.
    • Relative Viscosity and Gumming of Oils.
    • Temp. 24° C. = 75° F. Inclination 7 degrees. Time 7.3 days.
    • TABLE IX.
      • Relative Viscosity, Cohesion and Adhesion of Oils.
      • Temp. 21° C.(= 70° F.) and 38° C. (= 100° F.) Inclination Vertical.
    • Relative Viscosity, Cohesion and Adhesion of Oils.
    • Temp. 21° C.(= 70° F.) and 38° C. (= 100° F.) Inclination Vertical.
    • TABLE X.
      • Relative Effect of Cold on Oils.
      • Temp. -15° C. (= 5° F.) Time of Exposure = 6 hours
    • Relative Effect of Cold on Oils.
    • Temp. -15° C. (= 5° F.) Time of Exposure = 6 hours
    • TABLE XI.
      • Relative Variations of Viscosity of Oils in Varying Temperatures.
    • Relative Variations of Viscosity of Oils in Varying Temperatures.
    • TABLE XII.—ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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