Polymer Adhesion Friction And Lubrication

Author: Hongbo Zeng
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118505131
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In order to support new research, this book presents our current understanding of adhesion, friction, and lubrication in polymeric and biomacromolecular systems at molecular, nano, and micro scales.

Surface Effects In Adhesion Friction Wear And Lubrication

Author: Donald H. Buckley
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080875699
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Polymer Adhesion Polymeric materials and rubbers are used in an ever
increasing number of mechanical applications where inherently low friction, wear
, and adhesion are required. A number of polymers have been used in practical
tribological systems; three of the most commonly used polymers are high density
polyethylene, polyimide, and polytetrafluorethylene. Adhesion Mechanisms The
adhesion behavior mechanism of polymers to themselves and to other surfaces
has eluded ...

Lubricating Polymer Surfaces

Author: Yoshikimi Uyama
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566760133
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The aim of this book is to describe the principle of lubrication, to outline a variety of methods for attaining a lubricous surface, and to describe the characteristics and properties of such lubricous surfaces.

Friction Dynamics In Low Speed Lubricated Sliding Of Rubber

Author: Dirk Alan Wassink
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Briggs, G.A.D. and B.J. Briscoe, “The Dissipation of Energy in the Friction of
Rubber,” Wear, 35 (1975), pp 357-364. (Briggs, 1979). Briggs, G.A.D., "Surface
Roughness and the Friction and Adhesion of Elastomers," Wear, 57 (1979), pp
269-280. (Briggs, 1981). Briggs, G.A.D., "Surface Topography and Viscoelastic
Adhesion," Adhesion, 5 (1981), pp 29-48. (Briscoe, et al., 1974). Briscoe, B.J., E.
Jones Parry and D. Tabor, "The Friction of Polymers under Hydrostatic Pressure",
Wear, ...

The Friction And Lubrication Of Solids

Author: Frank Philip Bowden
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198507772
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' For the 1986 reprint David Tabor wrote a new preface, reviewing developments in the subject in the 36 years since the book first appeared. He has also added an appreciation of the life and work of F.P. Bowden, who died in 1968.

Long Term Effects Of The Friction Behavior In A Sliding Lip Seal

Author: Ching-hui Chiang
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Briggs, G.A.D., "Surface Topography and Viscoelastic Adhesion," Adhesion, 5 (
1981), pp 29-48. (Briscoe, 1981). Briscoe, B.J., "The Role of Adhesion in the
Friction, Wear and Lubrication of Polymers," Adhesion, 5 (1981), pp 49-80. (
Briscoe and Panesar, 1992). Briscoe, B.J. and Panesar, S.S. "The effect of
surface topography on the adhesion of poly(urethane)-metal contacts," J. Phys. D
.: Appl. Phys., 25 (1992), pp A20-A27. (Buckley and Brainard, 1974). Buckley,
D.H. and Brainard, ...

Advances In Polymer Friction And Wear

Author: Lieng-Huang Lee
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461399424
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However, much of this work was published in engineering or physics journals and rarely in chemistry journals; presumably, the latter have always considered the work to be too applied or too irrelevant.

Surfactants In Tribology

Author: Girma Biresaw
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439889619
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The information in this volume provides a cutting-edge reference connecting the fields of surfactants and tribology as a way forward to novel, enhanced methods of controlling lubrication, friction, and wear.

Friction Wear Lubrication

Author: Kenneth C Ludema
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781439821893
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It is possible that solubility of one metal in the other may enhance adhesion and
thereby influence friction (and wear) but not significantly at temperatures below
two thirds of the MP in absolute units. Adhesion experiments with ceramic
materials have not yielded high bond strength, probably because of the difficulty
in matching lattices as perfectly as required. ... Again, when polyethylene is
rubbed against clean glass or metal, a film of the polymer is left behind, indicating
that the ...