Tribology has potential to save $500B on machine wear and tear

01/14/2013 | MFRTech.com

Tribology, the study of interactive surfaces in relative motion, has become somewhat of a forgotten practice, with undergraduate engineering students spending less than one hour learning about it over four years. However, it has been estimated that applying the technology could save industry in the U.S. about $500 billion a year by cutting down on machines' wear.

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