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METHOD OF OBTAINING LUBRICANT FOR HOT WORKING OF METALS,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The object of the invention is a method for obtaining lubricant for hot working of metals by means of a mixture of emulsion, graphite, and glass. For the purpose of increasing the interval of softening and the heat resistance of the lubricant one uses glass consisting of 13.8 to 14 percent of silicon oxide, 10 to 10.12 percent of boron oxide, 49 to 49.2 percent of potassium oxide, 17.78 to 18 percent of sodium oxide, and 9 to 9.1 of iron oxide. Author
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