Paper Title:
Performance Evaluation & Action Mechanism Analysis of Extreme Pressure Additives Used for Oil-Based Cutting Fluids
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Xipeng Xu
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281-286
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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.250.281
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P. Q. Ge, J. F. Li, C. H. Lu, Z. C. Liu, "Performance Evaluation & Action Mechanism Analysis of Extreme Pressure Additives Used for Oil-Based Cutting Fluids", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 250, pp. 281-286, 2003
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