Sliding Friction

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Book Title : Sliding Friction
Author : Bo N.J. Persson
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-03-14
Pages : 463
ISBN : 9783662036464
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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.

Book Title : Physics of Sliding Friction
Author : Bo N.J. Persson
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-04-17
Pages : 460
ISBN : 9789401587051
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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.

Book Title : Physics of Sliding Friction
Author : Bo N.J. Persson
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-04-17
Pages : 460
ISBN : 9789401587051
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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.

Book Title : Sliding Friction of Copper Alloys in Vacuum
Author : Jane Jellison
Publisher :
Release Date : 1968
Pages : 16
ISBN : UIUC:30112106690172
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

Sliding Friction of Copper Alloys in Vacuum Summary :

Book Title : Wear Friction Coefficient and Slip Property Estimation of Sliding Friction Parts
Author : Oskars Linins
Publisher :
Release Date : 2014
Pages :
ISBN : OCLC:909069906
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

Wear Friction Coefficient and Slip Property Estimation of Sliding Friction Parts Summary :

Book Title : The Effect of Electro osmosis on Soil to Steel Sliding Friction as Influenced by Speed Voltage and Soil Moisture
Author : Chester John Mackson
Publisher :
Release Date : 1962
Pages : 210
ISBN : CORNELL:31924002936577
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

The Effect of Electro osmosis on Soil to Steel Sliding Friction as Influenced by Speed Voltage and Soil Moisture Summary :

Book Title : Sliding Friction of Polyethylene on Snow and Ice
Author : Lukas Bäurle
Publisher :
Release Date : 2006
Pages : 105
ISBN : OCLC:428076644
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

Sliding Friction of Polyethylene on Snow and Ice Summary :

Book Title : Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office
Author :
Publisher :
Release Date : 1915
Pages :
ISBN : PSU:000064090610
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office Summary :

Book Title : Official gazette of the United States Patent Office
Author : United States. Patent Office
Publisher :
Release Date : 1905
Pages :
ISBN : WISC:89048455133
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

Official gazette of the United States Patent Office Summary :

Book Title : Atomic scale Sliding Friction on a Contaminated Surface1
Author :
Publisher :
Release Date : 2018
Pages :
ISBN : OCLC:1051896523
Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

Atomic scale Sliding Friction on a Contaminated Surface1 Summary : Abstract : The interplay between different channels of energy dissipation may lead to non-monotonic dependence of the friction force on the adsorbate surface coverage and to strongly nonlinear variation of friction with normal load. Abstract : Using non-equilibrium molecular dynamic simulations, we investigate the effect of adsorbates on nanoscopic friction. We find that the interplay between different channels of energy dissipation at the frictional interface may lead to non-monotonic dependence of the friction force on the adsorbate surface coverage and to strongly nonlinear variation of friction with normal load (non-Amontons' behavior). Our simulations suggest that the key parameter controlling the variation of friction force with the normal load, surface coverage and temperature is the time-averaged number of adsorbates confined between the tip and the substrate. Three different regimes of temperature dependence of friction in the presence of adsorbates are predicted. Our findings point on new ways to control friction on contaminated surfaces.