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THE NATURE OF SURFACES AND THEIR
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applied load area of contact ball bearing behaviour Chapter characteristics coefficient of friction Compatible components consider constant contact geometry contact pressure contact zone corrosion cylinder defined direction dp/dx dynamic viscosity effects elastomer electron engineering environment equation example fatigue flow fluid film friction and wear friction force geometry grease hardness high pressures hydrodynamic bearings hydrodynamic films hydrodynamic lubrication hydrostatic pad increases journal bearing layer load and speed load capacity lubricant film material measuring mechanisms metal surfaces mineral oils minimum film thickness molybdenum disulphide Newtonian fluid normal load obtained occurs operational oxide plane plastic pressure distribution problem produce profilometer properties ratio real area relative motion resistance Reynolds rolling friction rotating rubbing shaft shear strength shear stresses shown in fig simple situations solid squeeze film steel surface films surface profile temperature tester torque tribological typical varies vertical viscometer wear debris wear rate wheel whilst