Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Energy conservation through tribology.|
|Statement||sponsored by ASME Research Committee on Lubrication ; prepared by O. Pinkus and D. F. Wilcock, Tribology Department, Mechanical Technology, inc.|
|Contributions||Pinkus, Oscar., Wilcock, Donald F., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Research Committee on Lubrication., Mechanical Technology Incorporated. Tribology Dept.|
|LC Classifications||TJ163.3 .S77|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||78101031|
Abstract. The danger of a shortage of energy, at least in the form it is traditionally used, is now recognized by all industrial nations. Their Governments have therefore embarked on strategies to effect savings of wasted* (or rejected) energy Cited by: 2. Energy Saving through Tribology: A Techno-Economic Study. H Peter Jost, CBE, DSc, Energy Saving through Tribology: A Techno-Economic Study Show all authors. H Peter Jost, CBE, DSc, CEng, Strategy for energy conservation through tribology, ASME, New Cited by: Pinkus O, Wilcock DF () Strategy for energy conservation through tribology. Tribology in energy technology workshop, Washington: Tribology in Energy Technology Workshop , ASME Google Scholar Ramelli A () Le Diverse et Artificiose Macchine del Capitano Agostino Ramelli dal Ponte della Tresia, Paris, France Google ScholarAuthor: Javier Echávarri, Eduardo de la Guerra, Enrique Chacón. Also in the U.S.A., an important document entitled Strategy for Energy Conservation through Tribology was published in . The importance of tribology for the conservation of energy is sum- marized in this work, with the conclusion that about 11% of the energy needs of the U.S.A. may be saved through better tribological by: 5.
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In addition it will consume most, if not all, of the energy saved by the low heat rejection design of the engine (Table 1). In the fast growing application area of space tribology, tribological reliability of the highest degree has to be guaranteed, and this in temperature conditions varying from Cited by: The annual national savings of energy would be. 9 8 billion kilowatt-hours and the corresponding value of this energy is 0 billion US$ at an electricity cost of 0 0 US$ per kilowatt-hour These examples suggest that a form of 'tribology equation' can be used to obtain a simple estimate of either costs or benefits from existing or improved tribological practice. 2•Energy efficiency in architectur e: an overview The book covers 44 case studies on energy and resource efficient architec-tural projects in India”. Each project highlights the energy efficiency meas-ures, e.g. passive solar interventions, energy-efficient systems, buildingsFile Size: KB. ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATION STRATEGY This project has been funded through a grant from: United States Department of Energy - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Submitted to the Department of Energy December 4, Original Draft Completed By: 11/25/ Sparks Drive SE Grand Rapids, MI ()