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Volume 23, Issue 2: February 2017 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine

Features

The Road to Better Turbine Fluids

Wind turbine oils must tread a strenuous path of industry tests and evolving specifications. Bench testing could offer a smoother course.

Delays Dog Upgrades

Holdups keep hounding the creators of ILSAC GF-6, API SP and Dexos1:2015 engine oils, as if they were stuck in “Groundhog Day.” General Motors' Eric Johnson describes what's jamming the works.

Testing New Frontiers

Grease and bearing performance go hand in hand, but these days bearings long outlive their lubricants. Researchers continue the quest for longer service life.

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