Mechanics and Chemistry in Lubrication

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Elsevier, 01.08.1985 - 633 Seiten
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Although it is widely recognized that friction, wear and lubrication are linked together in a single interdisciplinary complex of scientific learning and technological practice, fragmented and specialized approaches still predominate. In this book, the authors examine lubrication from an interdisciplinary viewpoint. They demonstrate that once the treatment of lubrication is released from the confines of the fluid film concept, this interdisciplinary approach comes into full play. Tribological behavior in relation to lubrication is then examined from two major points of view: one is mechanical, not only with respect to the properties and behavior of the lubricant but also of the surfaces being lubricated. The other is chemical and encompasses the chemistry of the lubricant, the surfaces and the ambient surroundings. It is in the emphasis on the interaction of the basic mechanical and chemical processes in lubrication that this book differs from conventional treatments.

 

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Chapter 1 Introduction
1
The Reynolds Equation in Two Dimensions
8
Chapter 3 Some Advanced Aspects of Hydrodynamic Lubrication
27
Chapter 4 The Nature and Properties of Liquids
59
Chapter 5 Gases as Lubricating Fluids
102
Chapter 6 Measurement of Fluid Film Thickness and Detection of Film Failure
109
Phenomenology Detection and Measurement
134
Mechanisms and Analysis
149
Chapter 12 Contact of Solid Bodies
308
Basic Principles and General Behavior
349
Chapter 14 Aspects of Lubricated Wear
400
Chapter 15 Temperature Effects in Friction Wear and Lubrication
429
Chapter 16 Petroleum Lubricating Oils
472
Chapter 17 NonPetroleum Liquids as Lubricants
501
Chapter 18 Lubricating Grease
521
Chapter 19 Lubrication by Solids
549

Chapter 9 Lubricated Friction
178
Chapter 10 Lubricant Additive Action I Basic Categories and Mechanisms
198
Chapter 11 Lubricant Additive Action II Chemical Reactivity and Additive Functionality
255

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