Tribological Behavior of Functional Surface: Models and Methods

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July 2021
208 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1036-1 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1037-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Tribological Behavior of Functional Surface: Models and Methods that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Material loss due to wear and corrosion and high resistance to motion generate high costs. Therefore, minimizing friction and wear is a problem of great importance. This book is focused on the tribological behavior of functional surfaces. It contains information regarding the improvement of tribological properties of sliding elements via changes in surface topography. Tribological impacts of surface texturing depending on the creation of dimples on co-acting surfaces are also discussed. The effects of various coatings on the minimization of friction and wear and corrosion resistance are also studied. Friction can be also reduced by introducing a new oil.
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Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO); Ti-6Al-4V; friction; wear; thermo-elastohydrodynamic lubrication; DLC-coating; microtexturing; surface modification; friction mechanisms; energy efficiency; internal combustion engine; cam/tappet-contact; surface; roughness; failure analysis; contact modeling; statistic approach; amorphous coating; laser cladding; supersonic plasma spraying; microstructure; corrosion resistance; wear resistance; turbomachinery; contacts; rotor/stator interactions; abradable coating; thermal effects; wear; friction; surface topography; friction reduction; ionic liquid; lubrication; surface chemistry; tetrahedral amorphous carbon; surface texturing; pin-on-disc; conformal contact; friction force; lubricated sliding; sliding friction; surface topography; carbon-based coatings; laser surface texturing; low-temperature; composite coating; epoxy–PTFE; modified TiO2; tribological properties; corrosion resistance; detonation gun spray; structure; carbolized titanium; hardness; wear resistance; phase; adhesion; heat treatment; tribocorrosion; PVD; Cr/CrN; wear mechanics; n/a