Superlubricity

Superlubricity is defined as a sliding regime in which friction or resistance to sliding vanishes. It has been shown that energy can be conserved by further reducing/removing friction in moving mechanical systems and this book includes contributions from world-renowned scientists who address some of the most fundamental research issues in overcoming friction. Superlubricity reviews the latest methods and materials in this area of research that are aimed at removing friction in nano-to-micro scale machines and large scale engineering components. Insight is also given into the atomic-scale origins of friction in general and superlubricity while other chapters focus on experimental and practical aspects or impacts of superlubricity that will be very useful for broader industrial community. * Reviews the latest fundamental research in superlubricity today * Presents 'state-of-the-art' methods, materials, and experimental techniques * Latest developments in tribomaterials, coatings, and lubricants providing superlubricity

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  • Author : Ali Erdemir
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 524 pages
  • ISBN : 9780080525303
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Superlubricity

Superlubricity
  • Author : Ali Erdemir,Jean-Michel Martin
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 March 2007
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Superlubricity is defined as a sliding regime in which friction or resistance to sliding vanishes. It has been shown that energy can be conserved by further reducing/removing friction in moving mechanical systems and this book includes contributions from world-renowned scientists who address some of the most fundamental research issues in overcoming friction. Superlubricity reviews the latest methods and materials in this area of research that are aimed at removing friction in nano-to-micro scale machines and large scale engineering components.

Superlubricity

Superlubricity
  • Author : Ali Erdemir,Jean-Michel Martin,Jianbin Luo
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 September 2020
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Superlubricity - the state between sliding systems where friction is reduced to almost immeasurable amounts - holds great potential for improving both the economic and environmental credentials of moving mechanical systems. Research in this field has progressed tremendously in recent years, and there now exist several theoretical models, recognised techniques for computational simulations and interesting experimental evidence of superlubricity in practise. Superlubricity, Second Edition, presents an extensively revised and updated overview of these important developments, providing a comprehensive guide to

Superlubricity and Wearless Sliding in Diamondlike Carbon Films

Superlubricity and Wearless Sliding in Diamondlike Carbon Films
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 18 September 2021
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Diamondlike carbon (DLC) films have attracted great interest in recent years mainly because of their unusual optical, electrical, mechanical, and tribological properties. Such properties are currently being exploited for a wide range of engineering applications including magnetic hard disks, gears, sliding and roller bearings, scratch resistant glasses, biomedical implants, etc. Systematic studies on carbon-based materials in our laboratory have led to the development of a new class of amorphous DLC films that provide extremely low friction and wear coefficients of 0.001

Friction and Wear: From Elementary Mechanisms to Macroscopic Behavior

Friction and Wear: From Elementary Mechanisms to Macroscopic Behavior
  • Author : Valentin L. Popov,Roman Pohrt
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 21 August 2019
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Friction and the interaction of surfaces can usually be felt at the scale of the contacting bodies. Indeed, phenomena such as the frictional resistance or the occurrence of wear can be observable with plain eye, but to characterize them and in order to make a prediction, a more detailed understanding at smaller scales is often required. These can include individual roughness peaks or single molecule interactions. In this Research Topic, we have gathered a collection of articles representing the state

Understanding Superlubricity of in Situ Formed Tribofilms by Magnesium Hydrosilicate Nanoparticles

Understanding Superlubricity of in Situ Formed Tribofilms by Magnesium Hydrosilicate Nanoparticles
  • Author : Pavlo Rudenko
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 18 September 2021
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Numerous members of the broad magnesium hydrosilicates family were successfully employed as solid powder anti-wear additives to oil-based liquid lubricants. This research shows that such powders dispersed in hydrocarbon lubricating media interact with steel rubbing surfaces and form tribofilms with unique self-regulating properties, this inspired the idea to characterize the result as a "self-repair effect" and friction coefficient reaching superlubricity levels (

Surface Chemistry and Superlubricity of Diamond-like Carbon

Surface Chemistry and Superlubricity of Diamond-like Carbon
  • Author : Ala' Al-azizi
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 18 September 2021
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Contrary to the widely accepted idea that diamond-like carbon (DLC) is inert, this thesis provides evidence that DLC readily reacts with its surrounding environments. Reactions occurring at the surface of DLC strongly affect its surface composition and structure, and consequently, its friction and wear behavior. However, experimental results presented in this thesis show that reactivity of DLC is neither limited to, nor exclusively dictated by the surface. The bulk can both influence the reactivity of DLC, and be altered by

Fullerenes and Relative Materials

Fullerenes and Relative Materials
  • Author : Natalia Kamanina
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 25 April 2018
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In the period of rapid and intensive development of general electronics, this book entitled Fullerenes and Relative Materials - Properties and Applications is quite systematic and useful. It considers some aspects on synthesis, structural, vibrational, tribology, and optical properties of the fullerenes and relative materials. Some parts of the book present the specific area of the applications of the studied nanostructures. The book contains eight chapters. The special approach and interesting results on the unique properties of the materials studied

Super-Lubricious, Fullerene-like, Hydrogenated Carbon Films

Super-Lubricious, Fullerene-like, Hydrogenated Carbon Films
  • Author : Bin Zhang
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 18 September 2021
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Almost one-third of minimal energy is consumed via friction and wear process. Thus, to save energy using advanced lubrication materials is one of the main routes that tribologists are focused on. Recently, superlubricity is the most prominent way to face energy problems. Designing promising mechanical systems with ultra-low friction performance and establishing superlubricity regime is imperative not only to the most greatly save energy but also to reduce hazardous waste emissions into our environment. At the macroscale, hydrogenated diamond-like carbon (

Friction at the Atomic Level

Friction at the Atomic Level
  • Author : Motohisa Hirano
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 05 February 2018
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Written by one of the most distinguished scientists and a pioneer in this field, this monograph represents a stand-alone, concise guide to friction at the atomic level. It brings together hitherto widely-scattered information in one single source, and is the first to explain the nature of friction in terms of atomic mechanisms. In addition to his detailed description on modeling and simulation, the author stresses stresses experimental approaches like AFM techniques for verification. In this respect the book will benefit

Tribology on the Small Scale

Tribology on the Small Scale
  • Author : C. Mathew Mate,Robert W. Carpick
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 15 August 2019
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Friction, lubrication, adhesion, and wear are prevalent physical phenomena in everyday life and in many key technologies. This book incorporates a bottom-up approach to friction, lubrication, and wear into a versatile textbook on tribology. This is done by focusing on how these tribological phenomena occur on the small scale -- the atomic to the micrometer scale -- a field often called nanotribology. The book covers the microscopic origins of the common tribological concepts of roughness, elasticity, plasticity, friction coefficients, and

Fundamentals of Friction and Wear on the Nanoscale

Fundamentals of Friction and Wear on the Nanoscale
  • Author : Enrico Gnecco,Ernst Meyer
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 05 November 2014
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This book provides an updated review on the development of scanning probe microscopy and related techniques, and the availability of computational techniques not even imaginable a few decades ago. The 36 chapters cover instrumental aspects, theoretical models and selected experimental results, thus offering a broad panoramic view on fundamental issues in nanotribology which are currently being investigated. Compared to the first edition, several topics have been added, including triboluminescence, graphene mechanics, friction and wear in liquid environments, capillary condensation, and multiscale

The Attribute of Water

The Attribute of Water
  • Author : Chang Q Sun,Yi Sun
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 13 February 2016
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This book features the latest advances and future trends in water science and technology. It also discusses the scientific popularization and quantitative resolution of a variety of mysterious properties of water and ice from the perspective of hydrogen-bond cooperativity in response to stimuli such as chemical contamination, electrification, magnetification, mechanical compression, molecular undercoordination, and thermal excitation. Anomalies include the floating of ice, the Hofmeister effect in solutions, regelation of ice, slipperiness of ice, water’s tough skin, the Mpemba paradox,