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📒Sliding Friction by Bo N.J. Persson
Sliding Friction Summary : Sliding friction is one of the oldest problems in physics and certainly one of the most important from a practical point of view. The ability to produce durable low-friction surfaces and lubricant fluids has become an important factor in the miniaturization of moving components in many technological devices, e.g., magnetic storage, recording systems, miniature motors and many aerospace components. This book will be useful to physicists, chemists, materials scientists, and engineers who want to understand sliding friction. The book (or parts of it) could also form the basis for a modern undergraduate or graduate course on tribology.
📒Physics Of Sliding Friction by Bo N.J. Persson
Physics of Sliding Friction Summary : The study of sliding friction is one of the oldest problems in physics, and certainly one of the most important from a practical point of view. Low-friction surfaces are in increasingly high demand for high-tech components such as computer storage systems, miniature motors, and aerospace devices. It has been estimated that about 5% of the gross national product in the developed countries is "wasted" on friction and the related wear. In spite of this, remarkable little is understood about the fundamental, microscopic processes responsible for friction and wear. The topic of interfacial sliding has experienced a major burst of in terest and activity since 1987, much of which has developed quite independently and spontaneously. This volume contains contributions from leading scientists on fundamental aspects of sliding friction. Some problems considered are: What is the origin of stick-and-slip motion? What is the origin of the rapid processes taking place within a lub at low sliding velocities? On a metallic surface, is the rication layer electronic or phononic friction the dominating energy dissipation pro cess? What is the role (if any) of self-organized criticality in sliding friction? How thick is the water layer during sliding on ice and snow? These and other questions raised in this book are of course only part ly answered: the topic of sliding friction is still in an early state of development.
Kinematics and Dynamics of Multibody Systems with Imperfect Joints Summary : This book presents suitable methodologies for the dynamic analysis of multibody mechanical systems with joints. It contains studies and case studies of real and imperfect joints. The book is intended for researchers, engineers, and graduate students in applied and computational mechanics.
📒Tribology Of Plastic Materials by Y. Yamaguchi
Tribology of Plastic Materials Summary : This book presents a thorough overview on workable theories and reliable experimental data on the use of plastic materials for sliding parts. Divided into four parts. Chapters 1 and 2 deal with current theories of friction and wear, and include discussion of various hypotheses based upon experimental studies. Chapter 3 details experiments designed to improve tribological performance via polymer blending and composite production, whilst Chapter 4 explains how the data obtained from these experiemnts can be applied to sliding machine parts. The work will prove useful in the design of plastic materials and components and will also provide a stepping-stone toward future innovations in this field.
📒Sliding Friction Of Copper Alloys In Vacuum by Jane Jellison
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Investigation on the Dry Sliding Friction and Wear Behavior of AA6351 SiC B4C Hybrid Metal Matrix Composites Summary : In the present study, the effect of wear test parameters on dry sliding wear behavior of aluminum matrix alloy (AA6351) with 5 wt% silicon carbide and 5 wt% boron carbide-reinforced hybrid metal matrix composites was investigated. Wear performance of the hybrid composites was evaluated over an applied load range of 20–100 N and sliding velocities ranging from 1 to 5 m/s. The experimental results show that the hybrid composites retain the wear resistance properties up to load of 60 N and sliding velocities ranges 1–3 m/s. Metallurgical examinations were also carried out to assess the effect of silicon carbide and boron carbide particles on the wear mechanisms. The enhancement of wear resistance was achieved with the addition of small amount of silicon carbide and boron carbide reinforcement particles with aluminum matrix alloy.
📒Advanced Tribology by Jianbin Luo
Advanced Tribology Summary : "Advanced Tribology" is the proceedings of the 5th China International Symposium on Tribology (held every four years) and the 1st International Tribology Symposium of IFToMM, held in Beijing 24th-27th September 2008. It contains seven parts: lubrication; friction and wear; micro/nano-tribology; tribology of coatings, surface and interface; biotribology; tribo-chemistry; industry tribology. The book reflects the recent progress in the fields such as lubrication, friction and wear, coatings, and precision manufacture etc. in the world. The book is intended for researchers, engineers and graduate students in the field of tribology, lubrication, mechanical production and industrial design. The editors Jianbin Luo, Yonggang Meng, Tianmin Shao and Qian Zhao are all the professors at the State Key Lab of Tribology, Tsinghua University, Beijing.
📒Ball Motion And Sliding Friction In An Arched Outer Race Ball Bearing by Bernard J. Hamrock
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📒Metal Transfer And Build Up In Friction And Cutting by V. D. Kuznetsov
Metal Transfer and Build up in Friction and Cutting Summary : Metal Transfer and Build-up in Friction and Cutting aims to systematize our knowledge of the metal build-up, to describe some of the investigations past and present carried out in SFTI (Tomsk), and to make an effort to explain a number of the phenomena in cutting, scratching, and sliding from the point of view of metal transfer theory. The book opens with a chapter on the temperature of the rubbing interface of two solids. This temperature is needed in order to elucidate the nature of the formation of a build-up in scratching, cutting, and sliding. Separate chapters follow on the seizure phenomena, the role played by a built-up edge in scratching, the built-up edge in metal cutting, metal transfer in friction; the occurrence and nature of the build-up at various speeds, temperatures, and pressures; and the problem of friction between cast iron and steel.
📒Drag Friction And Resistance by Stephanie Paris
Drag Friction and Resistance Summary : In this stimulating nonfiction book, readers will discover the various types of friction--including rolling friction, sliding friction, fluid friction, and static friction--and the huge impacts it has on nature, machines, and our lives. In addition, readers are encouraged to perform basic experiments to assist in the understanding of friction, kinetic energy, and water resistance. With real-life examples, colorful images, accomodating graphs and charts, and informational text, children will be inspired and engaged as they move through this book.