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Fundamentals of Friction : Macroscopic and Microscopic Processes : Nato Science Series E: - I.L. Singer

Fundamentals of Friction : Macroscopic and Microscopic Processes

Nato Science Series E:

By: I.L. Singer (Editor), Hubert M. Pollock (Editor)

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Fundamentals of Friction, unlike many books on tribology, is devoted to one specific topic: friction. After introductory chapters on scientific and engineering perspectives, the next section contains the necessary background within the areas of contact mechanics, surfaces and adhesion. Then on to fracture, deformation and interface shear, from the macroscopic behavior of materials in frictional contact to microscopic models of uniform and granular interfaces. Lubrication by solids, liquids and gases is presented next, from classical flow properties to the reorganization of monolayers of molecules under normal and shear stresses. A section on new approaches at the nano- and atomic scales covers the physics and chemistry of interfaces, an array of visually exciting simulations, using molecular dynamics, of solids and liquids in sliding contact, and related AFM/STM studies. Following a section on machines and measurements, the final chapter discusses future issues in friction.

Preface
Introduction and Summary
Friction as a Dissipative Processp. 3
Friction Fluctuationsp. 25
Contact of Rough Surfacesp. 37
Problems with Surface Roughnessp. 57
Surface Forces and Adhesionp. 77
Particle-Particle Interaction in Granular Materialp. 95
Models of Friction Based on Contact and Fracture Mechanicsp. 111
Friction Processes in Brittle Fracturep. 137
Friction of Organic Polymersp. 167
Friction of Granular Non-Metalsp. 183
Deformation and Flow of Metals in Sliding Frictionp. 209
Mapping of Friction: An Extended Discussionp. 227
Solid Lubrication Processesp. 237
Friction with Colloidal Lubricationp. 263
Effect of Surface Reactivity on Tribological Properties of a Boundary Lubricantp. 287
Chemical Effects in Frictionp. 299
Surface Science and Extreme Pressure Lubrication - CCl[subscript 4] Chemistry on Fe(110)p. 313
Friction and Traction in Lubricated Contactsp. 325
Adhesion, Friction and Lubrication of Molecularly Smooth Surfacesp. 351
Molecular Tribology of Fluidsp. 387
Friction at the Atomic Scalep. 405
Friction Force Microscopy of Langmuir-Blodgett Filmsp. 427
Computational Techniques in Tribology and Material Science at the Atomic Levelp. 437
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Adhesive Contact Formation and Frictionp. 463
The Indentation and Scraping of a Metal Surface: A Molecular Dynamics Studyp. 511
Scale Effects in Sliding Friction: An Experimental Studyp. 523
Unsteady Friction in the Presence of Vibrationsp. 535
Interaction and Stability of Friction and Vibrationsp. 553
Epiloguep. 569
Introduction to Contact Mechanics: A Summary of the Principal Formulaep. 589
List of Participantsp. 605
Subject Indexp. 609
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ISBN: 9780792319122
ISBN-10: 0792319125
Series: Nato Science Series E:
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 621
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.4 x 17.0  x 3.4
Weight (kg): 1.11