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Old   June 4, 2022, 17:43
Default Possibility of lubricant as turbulent flow
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I would like to ask, is it possible for a lubricant to become a turbulent flow instead of laminar flow. As what I know a lubrication film should be laminar or it wouldn't be a lubricating film (or at least it would be a bad one).
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