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Fundamentals of Tribology and Bridging the Gap Between the Macro- And Micro/Nanoscales : NATO Science - Bharat Bhushan

Fundamentals of Tribology and Bridging the Gap Between the Macro- And Micro/Nanoscales

NATO Science

By: Bharat Bhushan (Editor)

Paperback Published: 1st March 2001
ISBN: 9780792368366
Number Of Pages: 964

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The word tribology was fIrst reported in a landmark report by P. Jost in 1966 (Lubrication (Tribology)--A Report on the Present Position and Industry's Needs, Department of Education and Science, HMSO, London). Tribology is the science and technology of two interacting surfaces in relative motion and of related subjects and practices. The popular equivalent is friction, wear and lubrication. The economic impact of the better understanding of tribology of two interacting surfaces in relative motion is known to be immense. Losses resulting from ignorance of tribology amount in the United States alone to about 6 percent of its GNP or about $200 billion dollars per year (1966), and approximately one-third of the world's energy resources in present' use, appear as friction in one form or another. A fundamental understanding of the tribology of the head-medium interface in magnetic recording is crucial to the future growth of the $100 billion per year information storage industry. In the emerging microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) industry, tribology is also recognized as a limiting technology. The advent of new scanning probe microscopy (SPM) techniques (starting with the invention of the scanning tunneling microscope in 1981) to measure surface topography, adhesion, friction, wear, lubricant-fIlm thickness, mechanical properties all on a micro to nanometer scale, and to image lubricant molecules and the availability of supercomputers to conduct atomic-scale simulations has led to the development of a new fIeld referred to as Microtribology, Nanotribology, or Molecular Tribology (see B. Bhushan, J. N. Israelachvili and U.

Preface
Group Photo
Author Index
Subject Index
Participants list
History
History of Tribology and Its Industrial Significance
Adhesion and Friction
Friction, Wear, Lubrication, and Materials Characterization Using Scanning Probe Microscopy
Atomic Scale Origin of Adhesion and Friction: Viscoelastic Effects in Model Lubricant Monolayers
Atomic-Scale Stick Slip
Dissipation Mechanisms Studied by Dynamic Force Microscopies
Frictional-Force Imaging and Friction Mechanisms with a Lattice Periodicity
Atomic Scale Origins of Force Interaction
Dynamic Friction Measurement with the Scanning Force Microscope
Towards the Ideal Nano-Friction Experiment
Investigation of the Mechanics of Nanocontacts Using a Vibrating Cantilever Technique
A Scanning Probe and Quartz Crystal Microbalance Study of C60 on Mica and Silver(111) Surfaces
Interactions, Friction and Lubrication Between Polymer-Bearing Surfaces
Effect of Electrostatic Interactions on Frictional Forces in Electrolytes
Adsorption of Thin Liquid Films on Solid Surfaces and its Relevance
Theory and Simulations of Friction Between Flat Surfaces Lubricated by Submonolayers
Friction Mechanisms and Modeling on the Macroscale
Experimental Aspects of Friction Research on the Macroscale
The Anisotropic Friction Characteristics of Crystalline Materials: A Review
Relationship Between Structure and Internal Friction in CoPt and FePd Alloys
Direct Measurement of Surface and Interfacial Energies of Glassy Polymers and PDMS
A Model for Adhesive Forces in Miniature Systems
Simple Model for Low Friction Systems
Ultra-Low Friction Between Water Droplet and Hydrophobic Surface
AFM as a New Tool in Characterisation of Mesoporous Ceramics as Materials to Tribological Applications
Discussion Forum Report: Bridging the Gap Between Macro- and Micro/Nanoscale Adhesion and Friction
Wear
Modeling (and) Wear Mechanisms
Surface Damage Under Reciprocating Sliding
Wear Particle Life in a Sliding Contact Under Dry Conditions: Third Body Approach
Fretting Wear Behaviour of a Titanium Alloy
Wear Measurements and Monitoring at Macro- and- Microlevel
Slurry Erosion: Macro- and Micro-Aspects
Macro- and Micro Kelvin Probe in Tribological Studies
Thermomechanics of Sliding Contact: When Micro Meets Macro
Nanostructuring of Calcite Surfaces by Tribomechanical Etching with the Tip of an Atomic Force Microscope
Atomic-Scale Processes of Tribomechanical Etching Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy on the Layered Material NbSe2
Determining the Nanoscale Friction and Wear Behavior of Si, SiC and Diamond by Microscale Environmental Tribology
On Some Similarities of Structural Modification in Wear and Fatigue
The Mesostructure of Surface Layers of Metal Under Friction with Relatively High Contact Stress
The Effect of Impact Angle on the Erosion of Cermets
Wear Mechanism of Carbon Material-Steel Slide Bearing in Polluted Atmosphere
Nanomechanical Properties of Brittle Matter
Testing Tribological Behaviour of Ion-Beam Mixed Surface Layers
Tribological Studies of DLC Films Containing Different Amount of Silicon Coated by Reactive Ion Plating
Tribological Aspects of Wear of Laser-Sintered Rapid Prototype
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ISBN: 9780792368366
ISBN-10: 0792368363
Series: NATO Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 964
Published: 1st March 2001
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 5.08
Weight (kg): 1.55