Friction and Wear of Materials by Ernest Rabinowicz offers lucid presentation of the speculation of mechanical surface interactions as it applies to friction, adhesion, and boundary lubrication. To aid engineers in design decisions, this text evaluates the properties of materials which, below specified circumstances, cause one material to operate higher as a bearing material than another.
Featured also are thorough remedies of lubricants and the configurations and dimensions of wear and tear particles. This book includes new material on erosive wear, influence put on, and friction. Professor Rabinowicz’s book might be especially welcomed by mechanical and design engineers, floor scientists, tribologists and others who design, produce and operate products, machines and gear which contain friction and its effects.
This text presents the theory of mechanical floor interactions to explain the noticed laws of friction, wear, adhesion and boundary lubrication. It covers the properties of materials and the effect of diverse circumstances on these materials to facilitate the proper choice in design considerations. It comprises an entire dialogue regarding the dimensions and shapes of wear and tear particles.
This book has been updated to incorporate latest and important research findings and offers new problem sets. Authors also study the friction traits regarding accumulated thermal history. Frictionmaterials with the modified novolac resin confirmed better friction stability than those with the unmodified novolac resin. Specifically, the friction materials that had been reinforced with aramid pulp confirmed substantial enhancement on friction stability regardless of the resin type.
Friction and Wear of Materials [Hardcover]
Wiley-Interscience; 2 edition (July 1995)
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