A derivation of the basic equations for hydrodynamic lubrication with a fluid having constant properties
Abstract: In this paper small parameter techniques are used to derive Reynolds' lubrication equations, and refinements thereof, from the full Navier-Stokes equation. An effort has been made to retain rigor in the development comparable to that used in present-day boundary-layer developments.
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