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|Title:||The effect of tribological processes on productivity: a case study of industries in Ibadan metropolis of Nigeria|
|Authors:||Simolowo, O. E.|
Adeniji, O. O.
|Abstract:||This study analyzed the connection between tribological and other forms of processes in manufacturing industries to productivity in such outfits. Results from the study showed that 54% of the visited industries recorded the highest hours of downtime due to tribological processes, while,15% and 31% of the industries had the highest downtimes hours resulting from electrical and other processes respectively. Also 23% of the total industries were observed to have more electrical faults, 31% recorded highest tribological issues, while 46% had more of non-tribological non-electrical faults.|
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