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Seals and sealing handbook [electronic resource].
Flitney, Robert
edition
5th ed. / Robert Flitney.
imprint
Oxford : Elsevier, 2007.
description
p. cm.
ISBN
1856174611, 9781856174619
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Oxford : Elsevier, 2007.
isbn
1856174611
9781856174619
contents note
1. Introduction 2. Static Seals 3. Rotary Seals 4. Reciprocating seals 5. Materials.
general note
Includes index.
Previous ed.: published as by Melvin W. Brown. 1995.
abstract
Wherever machinery operates there will be seals of some kind ensuring that the machine remains lubricated, the fluid being pumped does not leak, or the gas does not enter the atmosphere. Seals are ubiquitous, in industry, the home, transport and many other places. This 5th edition of a long-established title covers all types of seal by application: static, rotary, reciprocating etc. The book bears little resemblance to its predecessors, and Robert Flitney has re-planned and re-written every aspect of the subject. No engineer, designer or manufacturer of seals can afford to be without this unique resource. *Wide engineering market *Bang up to date! *Only one near competitor, now outdated.
catalogue key
6244477
 
Electronic reproduction. Amsterdam : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2007. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on July 25, 2007). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions.
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Summaries
Main Description
Wherever machinery operates there will be seals of some kind ensuring that the machine remains lubricated, the fluid being pumped does not leak, or the gas does not enter the atmosphere. Seals are ubiquitous, in industry, the home, transport and many other places. This 5th edition of a long-established title covers all types of seal by application: static, rotary, reciprocating etc. The book bears little resemblance to its predecessors, and Robert Flitney has re-planned and re-written every aspect of the subject. No engineer, designer or manufacturer of seals can afford to be without this unique resource. *Wide engineering market *Bang up to date! *Only one near competitor, now outdated
Table of Contents
Introduction
Static Seals
Rotary Seals
Reciprocating seals
Materials
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