Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Advances in Tribology

In the major field of design and manufacturing of mechanical, production, automobile, and industrial engineering, typical and advance methodologies and processes are implemented for the best performance of product or machinery. Thus, the concept of tribology has come into practice for even better performance. Nowadays, it is very important that the tribological knowledge be implemented at each stage of design and manufacturing to minimize the frictional and wear losses, and ultimately these will serve as best preference for the economical growth of the nation. Currently, tribologists are playing vital role in the same direction. This book contains original and innovative research studies on recent applications of tribology, contributed by the group of selected researchers describing the best of their work. Through its 11 chapters, the reader will have access to work in 3 major areas of tribology. These are surface engineering and coating, friction and wear mechanism, and lubrication technology. The first part of the book from Chapters 1 to 4 deals with the surface treatment and coating through which component life can be improved by reducing wear rate. The second part of the book from Chapters 5 to 7 deals with tribo-testing and tribo-system monitoring for friction and wear mechanism presented with real-life case studies. The third part from Chapters 8 to 11 discusses the advances in lubrication, which also includes the role of nanolubricants and lubrication additives. This book may be of interest to research scholars, academicians, industrialists, professional engineers, and specialists in these related areas and would also be of immense help to various practicing engineers, technologists, managers, and supervisors engaged in the maintenance, operation, and upkeep of different machines, equipments, systems, and plants of various industries.

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Advances in TribologyEdited by Pranav H. Darji

Published: October 26th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/61873

ISBN: 978-953-51-2743-7

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-2742-0

Copyright year: 2016

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9979 Total Chapter Downloads

3 Crossref Citations

2 Web of Science Citations

10 Dimensions Citations

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1. Manipulation of Tribological Properties of Metals by Ultrashort Pulsed Laser Micro-/Nanostructuring

By Quan-Zhong Zhao and Zhuo Wang

980

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2. Tribology of Slip Surfaces in Journal Bearings

By Qiyin Lin, Baotong Li and Hong Zhao

601

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3. Wear Resistance of Thermal Spray WC-Co-VC Nanostructured Coatings

By José Cabral Miramontes, Citlalli Gaona Tiburcio, Abraham Velasco Tellez, Carlos Poblano Salas and Facundo Almeraya Calderón

651

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4. Introducing New Coating Material Alloy with Potential Elements for High Corrosion Resistance for Oil and Gas Application

By Mitra Akhtari-Zavareh and Ahmed Aly Diaa Mohammed Sarhan

786

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5. Tribocorrosion

By Rana Afif Majed Anaee and Majid Hameed Abdulmajeed

974

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6. Biotribology of Artificial Hip Joints

By Binnur Sagbas

973

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7. Friction and Wear in Automotive Journal Bearings Operating in Today’s Severe Conditions

By David E. Sander, Hannes Allmaier and Hans-Herwig Priebsch

1403

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8. The Tribology and Chemistry of Phosphorus‐Containing Lubricant Additives

By David W. Johnson

1175

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9. Modelling Cavitation in (Elasto)Hydrodynamic Lubrication

By Andreas Almqvist and Peter Wall

811

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10. Preparation of Nickel-Based Nanolubricants and Investigation of their Tribological Behavior

By Yujuan Zhang, Shengmao Zhang, Pingyu Zhang, Guangbin Yang and Zhijun Zhang

706

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11. Lubrication in Chemical and Mechanical Planarization

By Changhong Wu and Xiaoyan Liao

919

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