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lubrication

The reduction of friction by a lubricant, either topically applied or which is intrinsically produced by the vagina, in the context of sexual activity, including intercourse or masturbation.

lubrication,

n 1. the application of an agent, usually an oil or grease, to diminish friction.
2. the natural secretions act as lubrication such as saliva in the oral cavity.
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To fabricate the inward gradient lubricating layer, the porous cermet, which was soaked in the [B.
SKF lubricating grease should be stored in its original packaging.
On the other hand, nowadays, the operating conditions of modern equipment impose severe demands on lubricating products, being one of the most important the use of lubricating greases in a wide range of temperature.
Research carried out when lubricating with oxidized sunflower oil under boundary lubrication conditions has shown that the increasing amount of hydroperoxides reduces reduction properties of oil wear (Fox, Stachowiak 2003).
The results indicate that under extreme-pressure conditions DLC coating can take over the functions of AW/EP additives and through this it is possible to minimize the application of toxic lubricating additives and achieve "ecological lubrication".
When lubricating the interacting surfaces with pure RO or MDG, the wear is significantly more intensive than in a case of using standard commercial oils (reference).
The system cuts lubricating oil consumption and saves engine operating costs, the company added.
Luwax PE and montan waxes designed for use as lubricating, wetting and mold-release agents.
Most of this plastic is polyethylene, which the researchers demonstrated can be broken down by heat into a wax that can be converted into a high-quality lubricating oil.
To make better use of this vast waste stream, chemists at Chevron and the University of Kentucky in Lexington have developed a technique for transforming plastic into high-performance lubricating oils that could boost the fuel efficiencies of vehicles.
The company says it guarantees to recycle used motor and lubricating oils it collects in the province to prevent them from being burned in facilities and polluting the air.