Tribological Modeling for Mechanical Designers, Issue 1105

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ASTM International, 1991 - Friction - 185 pages
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Thirteen papers from a symposium on [title] held in San Francisco, May 1990, are presented in chapters on: what mechanical designers need in tribological modeling, what is available in tribological models, data base and simulation issues for tribological modeling, and principles of model making and
 

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Contents

Comments on Engineering Needs and Wear Modelsr g bayer
3
Design of Plain Bearings for Heavy Machineryw a glaeser
12
The Structure of Erosive Wear Modelss bahadur 33
51
Wear by Chemical Reactions in Friction ContactsJ l lauer
63
Missing Linkss l rice
77
Friction in Machine Designk g budinski
89
Considerations on Data Requirements for Tribological Modelinga w ruff
127
Classification of Metallic Materials from a Viewpoint of Their Antiwear
143
Wear Transition Surfaces for LongTerm Wear Effectsc s yust
153
Is Modeling in Tribology a Useful Activity?J r barber
165
How Far Can We Get With Principles?m godet
173
Cultural Impediments for Practical Modeling of Wear Ratesk c ludema
180
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