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Solid lubricant behavior and lubrication by thin solid films are reviewed. Crystalline as well as non-crystalline solids are shown to give low friction, as are surface films as thin as a monolayer. The Bowden-Tabor adhesion model of friction is shown to be particularly useful for measuring the shear strength of thin solid films under elastic Hertzian contact conditions. Microscopic studies of the rheological behavior of solid lubricants suggest that interfacial films play an important role in accommodating sliding motion. Several recent investigations of interfacial films generated during dry sliding against coatings and surface treatments are presented.
A series of articles dealing, in as simple a way as possible, with the basic facts of lubrication, lubricants, their selection and prescription, specification, application, and testing. This series is primarily intended for students, engineering personnel who may be unfamiliar with certain aspects and others who, one way or another, are interested in this important subject. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback. You can join in the discussion by joining the community or logging in here. You can also find out more about Emerald Engage. Visit emeraldpublishing.
Soft contacts present different tribological responses compared to stiff materials, especially when soft materials exhibit viscoelastic behaviour, as viscoelastic materials have intermediate mechanical properties between viscous liquids and elastic solids. In this work, we investigated the influence of viscoelasticity of soft materials on sliding friction in dry and lubricated conditions. To achieve this, soft tribopairs with varying viscoelasticity were obtained by tuning the weight ratios of polydimethylsiloxane PDMS base and curing agent. The real-time friction force and preload were observed over multiple conditions, with systematic control of lubricant viscosity, preload, and sliding velocity. Tribopairs with a higher proportion of viscous character had more oscilliations in the friction force. They also presented a higher friction coefficient due to the increased contribution of viscoelastic hysteresis losses on friction.
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Introduction to Tribology — Friction. The science of Tribology Greek tribos : rubbing concentrates on Contact Mechanics of Moving Interfaces that generally involve energy dissipation. It encompasses the science fields of Adhesion , Friction , Lubrication and Wear.
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