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By D. Dowson, C.M. Taylor and M. Godet (Eds.)
Mechanics of Coatings was once selected because the subject for the sixteenth Leeds-Lyon Symposium, because it used to be made up our minds to be a well timed chance to compile specialists of many disciplines hooked up with coatings to discover methods of extending the commercial use of those coatings fairly within the box of tribology. the quantity includes fifty one papers divided into 20 classes.
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1) Develop alloys which form soft lubricating films. Most investigators have noted the importance of soft ductile layers in preventing the breakup of film and relieving the stresses. Lubricating films should be developed which have a long wear life and low friction. Anticipated problems involve forming RESEARCH PROGRAM Based upon the previous conclusions it was decided to investigate approach 1; that is, to try to develop alloys whose naturally occurring oxides would be low shear strength solid lubricants.
5d, and the bodies look as shown in Fig. 5c. It holds that the distance after deformation is d(x), and from Fig. 5d we can tell d(x) = h(x) x x 2 - p. 1 We assume that the bodies cannot exert tractive forces on each other, or u(x) 5 0; and that tractions can occur in the contact only, or u(x)d(x) = 0, while the normal force is 30 continuous, in the sense that q ( x ) = q ( x ) = u(x). Summarizing, we obtain has never failed so far. T h i s , added to the f a c t that the second alternative allows e a s y generalisation to the threedimensional case (Kalker.
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