Nature and mechanism of epilams friction: 1 - effect of epilamization on structure and surface energy of metals

I. I. Garbar, A. S. Kis'el, N. A. Ryabinin, E. V. Sapgir

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Abstract

Epilamination gives rise to the formation of a 3.5 mm thick film. The structure and properties of the metal do not change. Epilam-metal boundary formation has an influence on lubricant retention on the surface. Thus, the lubricant is used on areas free from epilam. The amount of lubricant depends on the surface energy level of the material. (from English abstract)

Original languageEnglish
JournalTRENIE & IZNOS
Volume11
Issue number5 , Sep., 1990, p.792-800.
StatePublished - 1 Jan 1990

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