By Nobuo Ohmae, Jean Michel Martin and Shigeyuki Mori
: In stock
Micro and Nanotribology conveys the current excitement of a research field that continues to benefit from new analytical surface tools with high-resolving power that clarifies undiscovered surface reactions in tribology and better identifies materials, design, external forces, atmosphere, etc.
Studying atomic and molecular behavior at the interface of moving surfaces, it focuses on new results that advance researchers’ understanding of macroscale tribology.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Micro and Nanotribology
Chapter 2: Role of Surface Analysis
Chapter 3: Tribochemical Reactions in Boundary Lubrication: Nano-scale Events
Chapter 4: Fracture of Surface on an Atomic Scale
Chapter 5: Materials for Micro and Nanotribology: Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2) and Carbon Nanotubes (CNT)
Chapter 6: Materials for Micro and Nanotribology: Liquid Crystals, Fluid Films, and Other Lubricants
Chapter 7: Gas Phase Lubrication