Chang-Hung Kuo

Dr. Chang-Hung Kuo received a B.S. in surveying engineering from National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan in 1982, an M.S. in structural mechanics from National Taiwan in 1987, and a Ph. D. in theoretical and applied mechanics from Northwestern University in 1992. He worked as Research Associate for Center for Engineering Tribology at Northwestern University (1993-1997) and Rockwell Science Center, U.S.A. as a member of Technical staff (1997-1998). Since 1998, Dr. Kuo became a full-time Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Applied Materials and Optoelectronic Engineering (AMOE) both at National Chi Nan University, Taiwan where he also served as the Director of University Library and the Dept. Chair of AMOE. Dr. Kuo’s research interests including contact fatigue, computer modeling of wear and materials, and elastohydrodynamic lubrication.

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In the past decades, significant advances in tribology have been made as engineers strive to develop more reliable and high performance products. The advancements are mainly driven by the evolution of computational techniques and experimental characterization that leads to a thorough understanding of tribological process on both macro- and microscales. The purpose of this book is to present recent progress of researchers on the hydrodynamic lubrication analysis and the lubrication tests for biodegradable lubricants.

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