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Self-Organization during Friction in Complex Surface Engineered Tribosystems
AbstractSelf-organization during friction in complex surface engineered tribosystems is investigated. The probability of self-organization in these complex tribosystems is studied on the basis of the theoretical concepts of irreversible thermodynamics. It is shown that a higher number of interrelated processes within the system result in an increased probability of self-organization. The results of this thermodynamic model are confirmed by the investigation of the wear performance of a novel Ti0.2Al0.55Cr0.2Si0.03Y0.02N/Ti0.25Al0.65Cr0.1N (PVD) coating with complex nano-multilayered structure under extreme tribological conditions of dry high-speed end milling of hardened H13 tool steel.
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Fox-Rabinovich, G.S.; Gershman, I.S.; Yamamoto, K.; Biksa, A.; Veldhuis, S.C.; Beake, B.D.; Kovalev, A.I. Self-Organization during Friction in Complex Surface Engineered Tribosystems. Entropy 2010, 12, 275-288.View more citation formats
Fox-Rabinovich GS, Gershman IS, Yamamoto K, Biksa A, Veldhuis SC, Beake BD, Kovalev AI. Self-Organization during Friction in Complex Surface Engineered Tribosystems. Entropy. 2010; 12(2):275-288.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fox-Rabinovich, German S.; Gershman, Iosif S.; Yamamoto, Kenji; Biksa, Andrew; Veldhuis, Stephen C.; Beake, Ben D.; Kovalev, Anatoliy I. 2010. "Self-Organization during Friction in Complex Surface Engineered Tribosystems." Entropy 12, no. 2: 275-288.
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