A Review On Tribology Of Surfaces And Interfaces
Ram Krishna Upadhyay * and Lakshmi Annamalai Kumaraswamidhas
Department of Mechanical and Mining Machinery Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India
Adv. Mater. Lett., 2014, 5 (9), pp 486-495
Publication Date (Web): Sep 07, 2014
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Tribological study includes surface interaction and mechanism involve between contacts. At contact points, surface forces affect the geometry and properties of material whereas stress concentration affects processes that involve during friction interactions. Nanomechanical behaviour of thin-film and surfaces has been largely studied during past years in the field of electronics industry such as microelectronics, optoelectronics application, aerospace industry, iron and steel industries and also adapted in the field of biological sector that likely to grow in near future extensively. High resolution microscope and computational techniques enable the material to investigate their interfacial problems at nanoscale. In this, we studied mechanism of tribology, with different deposition technique and their mechanical properties.
Tribology, contact mechanics, friction, wear.