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King Engine Bearings Releases Video of Company’s 2010 PRI Show Technical Seminar

King Engine Bearings has released the video of a standing room only technical seminar conducted at the 2010 Performance Racing Industry Trade Show (PRI Show) in Orlando, FL, by Dr. Dmitri Kopeliovich.

King Engine Bearings, a leader in high performance engine bearings, has released the video of a standing room only technical seminar conducted at the 2010 Performance Racing Industry Trade Show  (PRI Show) in Orlando, FL, by Dr. Dmitri Kopeliovich. "Engine Bearing Material Selection" by Dr. Kopeliovich, King’s research and development manager, is a nearly 50 minute presentation that is now available to view, free-of-charge at www.kingbearings.com/tech_materials.php.

As Dr. Kopeliovich pointed out at his seminar, although engine bearings are small and relatively inexpensive they are "definitely not simple." He told the PRI audience that he has dedicated his career to help people understand engine bearings.
 
The video of Dr. Kopeliovich’s presentation will be of particular interest to engine builders and race teams who want to gain an in-depth understanding of engine bearing properties, engine bearing materials structure, composition, characteristics and applications. His seminar also helps people understand how engine parameters affect bearings operation, how to test engine bearing materials, and the causes of engine bearing failures.
 
Dr. Kopeliovich earned his Ph.D. in materials engineering and serves as the manager and team leader of King’s advanced materials research and development unit. He’s known and well regarded for his extensive investigations into the cause and prevention of premature engine bearing failure.

King Engine Bearings is known for its extensive line of high performance engine bearings for circle track, drag racing, monster trucks, tractor pulls, off-road and off-shore racing applications. For more information on King Engine Bearings and the company’s complete line of performance engine bearings, visit www.kingbearings.com.

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