Publication Library

This is a list of published papers written by users of Cameron-Plint Tribology, Plint Tribology and Phoenix Tribology test machines. Hyperlinks are provided to the relevant machines. There are also a few papers that we consider of general interest.

We are not permitted to provide copies of these papers, as this would breach copyright. If you would like to obtain legal copies, most can be purchased either direct from the publisher or found on-line using a suitable search engine, such as Google Scholar.

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Phoenix Tribology – Publications for Phoenix Tribology Products

 

Paper # 1091  Friction and wear mechanisms in boundary lubricated oxy-nitrided treated samples
T Khan, Y Tamura, H Yamamoto, A Morina, A Neville
Wear; Volumes 368-369, 15 December 2016, Pages 101-115
TE 77
Paper # 1090  Effect of annealing temperature on microstructure, mechanical and tribological properties of nano-SiC reinforced Ni-P coatings
Q Wang, M Callisti, J Greer, B McKay, TK Milickovic
Wear; Volumes 356-357, 15 June 2016, Pages 86-93
TE 77
Paper # 1089  Correlating mechanical properties and anti-wear performance of tribofilms formed by ionic liquids, ZDDP and their combinations
AK Landauer, WC Barnhill, J Qu
Wear; Volumes 354-355, 15 May 2016, Pages 78-82
TE 77
Paper # 1088  Ultralow friction between cemented carbide and graphite in water using three-step ring-on-ring friction test
F Guo, Y Tian, Y Liu, Y Wang
Wear; Volumes 352-353, 15 April 2016, Pages 54-64
TE 92
Paper # 1087  Effect of normal load on abrasive wear resistance and wear micromechanisms in FeMnAlC alloy and other austenitic steels
OA Zambrano, Y Aguilar, J Valdés, SA Rodríguez
Wear; Volumes 348-349, 15 February 2016, Pages 61-68
TE 79
Paper # 1086  Controllable friction and wear of nitrided steel under the lubrication of [DMIm] PF 6/PC solution via electrochemical potential
X Yang, Y Meng, Y Tian
Wear; Volumes 346-347, 15 January 2016, Pages 99-107
TE 92
Paper # 1085  Abrasive wear resistance of WC–Co and WC–AISI 304 composites by ball-cratering method
LM Vilhena, CM Fernandes, E Soares, J Sacramento
Wear; Volumes 346-347, 15 January 2016, Pages 99-107
TE 66
Paper # 1084  Effect Of Additive Morphology & Chemistry On Wear & Friction Of Greases Under Spectrum Loading
SD Bagi
UTA Libraries; Theses and Dissertations 2016
TE 92
Paper # 1083  Análise do comportamento do coeficiente de desgaste nas diferentes camadas dos Dentes de Resina Acrílica
PN Uehara
USP Brazil Libraries; Theses and Dissertations 2016
TE 66
Paper # 1082  High modulus wear resistant gray cast iron for piston ring applications
HO Gekonde
US Patent Application 2016; US9316313 B2
TE 77
Paper # 1081  Fatty sorbitan ester based friction modifiers
FJ DeBlase, CA Migdal, G Mulqueen
US Patent Application 2016; US9296969 B2
TE 77
Paper # 1080  Lubricant Composition Based On Metal Nanoparticles
A Bouffet
US Patent Application 2016; US20160075965
TE 77
Paper # 1079  Lubricating Composition Based on Aminated Compounds
R Iovine, C Pizard
US Patent Application 2016; US20160002559
TE 77
Paper # 1078  Synthesis and Application of Polymer Brush-Grafted Nanoparticles as Hydrogel Gelators and Lubricant Additives
RAE Wright
University of Tennessee; Theses and Dissertations 2016
TE 77
Paper # 1077  O efeito da carga normal no comportamento tribológico de uma superliga de cobalto no ensaio pino-disco
RL Tauffer
UFES Brazil Libraries; Theses and Dissertations 2016
TE 67
Paper # 1076  Friction behavior of a multi-interface system and improved performance by AlMgB 14–TiB 2–C and diamond-like-carbon coatings
J Qu, PJ Blau, C Higdon, BA Cook
Tribology International; Volume 99, July 2016, Pages 182-186
TE 77
Paper # 1075  Tribological properties and thermomechanical analysis of unsaturated polyester fabric composite in oscillating line-contact sliding
P Samyn
Tribology International; Volume 99, July 2016, Pages 127-139
TE 77
Paper # 1074  An investigation into mixed lubrication conditions using electrical contact resistance techniques
A Clarke, IJJ Weeks, HP Evans, RW Snidle
Tribology International; Volume 93, Part B, January 2016, Pages 709-716
General
Paper # 1073  Chronology of the microstructure evolution for pearlitic steel under unidirectional tribological loading
K Wolff, Z Liu, D Braun, J Schneider, C Greiner
Tribology International; Volume 102, October 2016, Pages 540-545
TE 92
Paper # 1072  Abrasive and sliding wear of resin composites for dental restorations
JCM Souza, AC Bentes, K Reis, S Gavinha
Tribology International; Volume 102, October 2016, Pages 154-160
TE 66
Paper # 1071  The influence of initial roughness and circular axial run-out on friction and wearbehavior of Si 3 N 4–Al 2 O 3 sliding in water
R Balarini, NF Strey, A Sinatora, C Scandian
Tribology International; Volume 101, September 2016, Pages 226-233
TE 67
Paper # 1069  Methodology of a statistical and DOE approach to the prediction of performance in tribology–A DLC boundary-lubrication case study
K Simonovic, M Kalin
Tribology International; Volume 101, September 2016, Pages 10-24
TE 77
Paper # 1068  A Review of Automotive Engine Friction Reduction Opportunities Through Technologies Related to Tribology
A Gangopadhyay
Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals; 10-Nov-16
General
Paper # 1067  Self-lubricating Ni-P-MoS 2 composite coatings
Y He, SC Wang, FC Walsh, YL Chiu
Surface and Coatings Technology; Volume 307, Part A, 15 December 2016, Pages 926-934
TE 77
Paper # 1066  Effect of laser surface remelting and low temperature aging treatments on microstructures and surface properties of Ti-55511 alloy
B He, X Cheng, J Li, XJ Tian, HM Wang
Surface and Coatings Technology; Available online 5 December 2016
TE 92
Paper # 1065  The depletion of ZDDP additives within marine lubricants and associated cylinder liner wear in RNLI lifeboat engines
M Anand, M Hadfield, B Thomas, R Cantrill
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications, First Published 19 Aug 2016
TE 57
Paper # 1063  Electrostatic monitoring of wind turbine gearbox on oil-lubricated system
Ruochen Liu, Hongfu Zuo, Jianzhong Sun, Ling Wang
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, First Published 9 Aug 2016
TE 77
Paper # 1062  Hardness characterisation of grey cast iron and its tribological performance in a contact lubricated with soybean oil
Adli Bahari, Roger Lewis, Tom Slatter
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, First Published 5 Nov 2016
TE 77
Paper # 1061  Wear study of Innovative Ti-Ta alloys
TLM Morgado, H Navas, R Brites
Procedia Structural Integrity; Volume 2, 2016, Pages 1266-1276
TE 66
Paper # 1060  Tribology Testing of Lubrication and Surface Treatment of Tool Interfaces in Hot Forging of Aluminium
CE Eggen
Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet ; Trondheim, June 2016
TE 88
Paper # 1059  A tribological assessment of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene types GUR 1020 and GUR 1050 for orthopedic applications
BJ Hunt, TJ Joyce
Lubricants 2016; Volume 4, Issue 3
TE 87
Paper # 1058  Comparison between PEEK and Ti6Al4V concerning micro-scale abrasion wear on dental applications
M Sampaio, M Buciumeanu, B Henriques
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials; Volume 60, July 2016, Pages 212-219
TE 66
Paper # 1057  Abrasive wear rate of boron carbide ceramics: Influence of microstructural and mechanical aspects on their tribological response
BM Moshtaghioun, D Gomez-Garcia
Journal of the European Ceramic Society; Volume 36, Issue 16, December 2016, Pages 3925-3928
TE 66
Paper # 1056  The effect of process parameters on the mechanical properties of A356 Al-alloy/ZrO2 nanocomposite
AY Shash, AE Amer, IS El-Mahallawi
Journal of Nano Research Vol. 38;
TE 79
Paper # 1055  Comparison of Wear Resistance of Hawley and Vacuum Formed Retainers: An in-vitro Study
Vahid Moshkelgosha, M Shomali, M Momeni
Journal of Dental Biomaterials; Vol 3, No 2 (2016)
TE 79
Paper # 1054  Reciprocating sliding of polyester textile fabric composites along different fabric orientations
Pieter Samyn
Journal of Composite Materials, First Published 28 Jul 2016
TE 77
Paper # 1053  Characteristics and microstructure of newly designed Al–Zn-based alloys for the die-casting process
SS Shin, KM Lim, IM Park
Journal of Alloys and Compounds; Volume 671, 25 June 2016, Pages 517-526
TE 77
Paper # 1052  A comparative study on the dry sliding wear behaviour of nitrocarburised, gas nitrided, fluidised-bed nitrided, and plasma nitrided plastic mould steel
E Boztepe, AC Alves, A Ramalho
International Journal of Surface Science and Engineering; Volume 10, Issue 5
TE 67
Paper # 1051  Friction and Wear Phenomena in Steels at Elevated Temperatures
S Hernandez
DiVA; Theses and Dissertations 2016
TE 67
Paper # 1050  Oil‐Soluble Polymer Brush‐Grafted Nanoparticles as Effective Lubricant Additives for Friction and Wear Reduction
RAE Wright, K Wang, J Qu
Angewandte Chemie; 06-Jun-16
TE 77
Paper # 1049  Wear Processes in Low Speed Diesel Engines – The Role of Temperature and Pressure in Wear Processes in Low Speed Diesel Engines
Werktuigbouw door Cees Schenk, Jan Hengeveld en Kjeld Aabo
Royal Belgian Institute of Marine Engineers
TE 77
Paper # 1048  Effect of increased load on the wear of a large diameter metal-on-metal modular hip prosthesis with a high inclination angle of the acetabular cup
Vesa Saikko
Tribology International 96 (2016) 149–154
TE 86
Paper # 1047  High strength tin-based overlay for medium and high speed diesel engine bearing tribological applications
Yi Zhang, IgnacioTudela, MadanPal, Ian Kerr
Tribology International
TE 92
Paper # 1046  Entwicklung einer Testmethodik zur realitätsnahen, einzelparameterabhängigen Reibungs- und Verschleißuntersuchung im Tribosystem Kolbenring/Zylinderlaufbahn mittels eines Rotations-ReibVerschleiß-Tribometers
Julian Biberger, Hans-Jürgen Füßer, Daimler AG, Ulm, Germany Walter Reimers, TU Berlin, Berlin, Germany
TE 47
Paper # 1045  Wear mapping of CoCrMo alloy in simulated bio-tribocorrosion conditions of a hip prosthesis bearing in calf serum solution
K Sadiq, MM Stack, RA Black
Materials Science and Engineering 2015
TE 66
Paper # 1044  Tribological properties of ionic liquids as lubricants and additives. Part 1: Synergistic tribofilm formation between ionic liquids and tricresyl phosphate
M F Fox and M Priest
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, March 1, 2008; vol. 222, 3: pp. 291-303
TE 77
Paper # 1043  Tribological properties of introducing carbon nanoparticles produced by arc discharge in different paraffin oil grades
V Nanotribology, HMM El-Sherif, MOA Mokhtar
online.stle.org
TE 79
Paper # 1042  Transitions in microabrasion mechanisms for WC-Co (HVOF) coated steel
M M Stack and M T Mathew
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, January 1, 2005; vol. 219, 1: pp. 49-57
TE 66
Paper # 1041  The monitoring of coating health by in situ luminescent layers
Y He, SC Wang, FC Walsh, WS Li, L He, PAS Reed
RSC Advances 2015 – pubs.rsc.org
TE 77
Paper # 1040  The effect of particle concentration in a magneto rheological suspension on the performance of a boundary lubricated contact
W. C. Leung, W. A. Bullough, P. L. Wong and C Feng
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, April 1, 2004; vol. 218, 4: pp. 251-264
TE 53
Paper # 1039  Squeeze film lubrication in piston rings and reciprocating contacts
RI Taylor
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, August 2015; vol. 229, 8: pp. 977-988
TE 77
Paper # 1038  Role of thermal, mechanical and oxidising treatment on structure and chemistry of carbon black and its impact on wear and friction
M Patel, PB Aswath
Tribology 2015
TE 77
Paper # 1037  Role of MoS2 morphology on wear and friction under spectrum loading conditions
SD Bagi, PB Aswath
Lubrication Science 2015
TE 92
Paper # 1036  Reproducing automotive engine scuffing using a lubricated reciprocating contact
TJ Kamps, JC Walker, RJ Wood, PM Lee, AG Plint
Wear 2015
TE 77
Paper # 1035  Nanoreinforced Cast Al-Si Alloys with Al2O3, TiO2 and ZrO2 Nanoparticles
IS El-Mahallawi, AY Shash, AE Amer
Metals 2015 mdpi.com
TE 79
Paper # 1034  Nanoreinforced Cast Al-Si Alloys with Al2O3, TiO2 and ZrO2 Nanoparticles
IS El-Mahallawi, AY Shash, AE Amer
Metals 2015 mdpi.com
TE 79
Paper # 1033  Nanokompozit Mo-N-Cu kaplamaların yüksek sıcaklık aşınma davranışı
U Küley
2015 polen.itu.edu.tr
TE 79
Paper # 1032  Micro-abrasive wear resistance of CoB/Co 2 B coatings formed in CoCrMo alloy
GA Rodriguez-Castro, CD Reséndiz-Calderon
Surface and Coatings Technology 2015
TE 66
Paper # 1031  Mechanical and tribological properties of crystalline aluminum nitride coatings deposited on stainless steel by magnetron sputtering
RK Choudhary, SC Mishra, P Mishra, PK Limaye
Journal of Nuclear Materials 2015
TE 77
Paper # 1030  Influence of layer thickness on sliding wear of multifunctional tribological coatings
LC Lara, H Costa, JDB de Mello
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology 2015
TE 67
Paper # 1029  Influence of Al2O3 Nano-dispersions on Mechanical and Wear Resistance Properties of Semisolid Cast A356 Al Alloy
AY Shash, AE Amer, M El-Saeed
Mechanical and Materials Engineering 2015
TE 79
Paper # 1028  Influence of ‘off-contact’ electric potential on frictional behaviour of an agate-brass (SiO2-Cu) rubbing couple
H Jiang, P L Wong and Y Meng
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, February 1, 2001; vol. 215, 2: pp. 201-206
TE 67
Paper # 1027  Fundamentals of optimizing aluminium-based journal bearing materials
F Grün, I Gódor and W Eichlseder
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, May 1, 2009; vol. 223, 5: pp. 777-785
TE 92
Paper # 1026  Functionally graded ceramics by a new in situ processing route: Residual stress and wearresistance
C Xu, RI Todd
Journal of the European Ceramic Society 2015
TE 66
Paper # 1025  FTIR micro‐reflectance absorption spectroscopic analysis of chemisorbed reaction films for tribological applications
RB Choudhary, OS Tyagi, ON Anand
Lubrication Science 2015
TE 77
Paper # 1024  Friction and Wear Mechanisms of 316L Stainless Steel in Dry Sliding Contact: Effect of Abrasive Particle Size
A Jourani, S Bouvier
Tribology Transactions 2015
TE 77
Paper # 1023  Folha de Rosto
RL Tauffer
portais4.ufes.br
TE 67
Paper # 1022  Experimental simulation of impact and sliding wear in the top piston ring groove of a gasoline engine
D. J. W. Barrell, M Priest and C. M. Taylor
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, March 1, 2004; vol. 218, 3: pp. 173-183
TE 77
Paper # 1021  Experimental Analysis of Microstructured Steel Surfaces for Wet Tribological Applications in the Low Velocity Regime
M Chlipala, J Schneider
European Symposium on Friction, Wear, and Wear Protection – 6 May 2014 to 8 May 2014 in Karlsruhe, Germany
TE 92
Paper # 1020  Effects of various base oils and additives on the tribological behaviour of lubricated aluminium- on-aluminium and steel-on-aluminium contacts
C Chen, H Bosse and L Deters
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, March 1, 2009; vol. 223, 3: pp. 571-580
TE 67
Paper # 1019  Effects of Sliding Speed in a CuZn10 Brass Material on Wear
M Bağcı, H İmrek
researchgate.net
TE 53
Paper # 1018  Effect of pH on wear and friction of silicon nitride sliding against alumina in water
RP de Oliveira, E dos Santos, T Cousseau
Tribology International 2015
TE 67
Paper # 1017  Effect of oil temperature on tribological behavior of a lubricated steel− steel contact
Z Cai, Y Zhou, J Qu
Wear 2015
TE 77
Paper # 1016  Effect of lubricant additives in rolling contact fatigue
M Meheux, C Minfray, F Ville, T L Mogne, A A Lubrecht, J M Martin, H P Lieurade and G Thoquenne
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, September 1, 2010; vol. 224, 9: pp. 947-955
TE 77
Paper # 1015  Effect of extreme contact load under two different rotational speeds on reduced phosphorus plain ZDDP oil in the presence of 1 per cent FeF3 catalyst
G Nehme
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, August 2011; vol. 225, 8: pp. 833-844
TE 53
Paper # 1014  Effect of abrasive particle size distribution on the wear rate and wear mode in micro-scale abrasive wear tests
VAO Gomez, MCS de Macêdo, RM Souza, C Scandian
Wear 2015
TE 66
Paper # 1013  Efeito da distribuição do tamanho das partículas abrasivas sobre as taxas e modos de desgaste para o ensaio de microabrasão
VAO Gómez
2015 repositorio.ufes.br
TE 66
Paper # 1012  Construção de um equipamento de ensaio de desgaste micro abrasivo por esfera rotativa fixa para análise do desgaste em revestimento duro aplicado por soldagem
DL Oliveira
2015 repositorio.unesp.br
TE 66
Paper # 1011  An experimental and numerical investigation of frictional losses and film thickness for four cylinder liner variants for a heavy duty diesel engine
Andrew Spencer, Emin Yusuf Avan, Andreas Almqvist, Rob S Dwyer-Joyce and Roland Larsson
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology, December 2013; vol. 227, 12: pp. 1319-1333
TE 77
Paper # 1010  Entwicklung einer Testmethodik zur realitätsnahen, einzelparameter-abhängigen Reibungs- und Verschleißuntersuchung im Tribosystem Kolbenring/Zylinderlaufbahn mittels eines Rotations-Reib-Verschleiß-Tribometers
J. Biberger, H-J Füsser
Gesellschaft für Tribologie 2015 – Prüfen, Messen, Kontrollieren Vortrag 73
TE 47
Paper # 1009  Adverse condition testing with hip simulators
V Saikko
Biotribology 1–2 (2015) 2–10
TE 86
Paper # 1008  Analysis of UHMWPE wear particles produced in the simulation of hip and knee wear mechanisms with the RandomPOD system
V Saikko, V Vuorinen, H Revitzer
Biotribology 1–2 (2015) 30–34
RandomPOD
Paper # 1007  Wear modelling in rail–wheel contact
Ramalho A
Wear Volumes 330–331, May–June 2015, Pages 524–532
TE 53
Paper # 1006  ZDDP and its interactions with an organic antiwear additive on both aluminium–silicon and model silicon surfaces
M Burkinshaw, A Neville, A Morina, M Sutton
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 1005  Wear modes in slurry jet erosion of tungsten carbide hardmetals: Their relationship with microstructure and mechanical properties
AJ Gant, MG Gee
International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials, 2014, Elsevier
TE 64
Paper # 1004  Tribological Testing of Electrolyzed 17-4 PH Steel Against SS 440C Under Water Lubricated Condition
N Khare, PK Limaye, NL Soni, RJ Patel
Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Tribology and Engineering Systems, 2014, Springer
TE 70
Paper # 1003  Tribo-corrosion of steel in artificial saliva
D Holmes, S Sharifi, MM Stack
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 66
Paper # 1002  The Influence of Temperature and Load on Dry Sliding Wear and Friction Property of Low Metallic Friction Material
LJ Gui, FY Zhang, ZJ Fan, JL Chen
Advanced Materials Research, 2014, Trans Tech Publications
TE 92
Paper # 1001  Environmental implications of hydrocarbon refrigerants applied to the hermetic compressors
NP Garland, M Hadfield
Materials and Design 26 (2005) 578–586
TE 57
Paper # 1000  Steel coating application for engine block bores by Plasma Transferred Wire Arc spraying process
G Darut, H Liao, C Coddet, JM Bordes
Surface and Coatings Technology, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 999  Potentiality of triboscopy to monitor friction and wear
MB dos Santos, HL Costa, JDB De Mello
Wear, 2014, Elsevier
TE 67
Paper # 998  Optimization of Reciprocating Friction and Wear Test Rig Operating Parameters for Segmented Piston Ring: Liner Assembly
BM Sutaria, DV Bhatt
Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Tribology and Engineering Systems, 2014, Springer
TE 77
Paper # 997  Optimization of Extreme Load and Break-in Period in Plain ZDDP Oil with FeF3 Catalyst Using Design of Experiment and Fundamental Study under Different Speeds
GN Nehme, M Dib
Tribology Transactions, 2014, Taylor & Francis
TE 53
Paper # 996  Microstructure and wear properties of silicide based coatings over Mo–30W alloy
B Paul, PK Limaye, RC Hubli, AK Suri
International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials, 2014, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 995  Micro-scale wear characteristics of electroless Ni–P/SiC composite coating under two different sliding conditions
M Franco, W Sha, S Malinov, H Liu
Wear, 2014, Elsevier
TE 66
Paper # 994  Micro-scale abrasive wear behavior of medical implant material Ti-25Nb-3Mo-3Zr-2Sn alloy on various friction pairs
Z Wang, W Huang, Y Ma
Materials Science and Engineering, 2014, Elsevier
TE 66
Paper # 993  Micro-Scale Abrasion of WC-Based Coatings with Different Abrasive Type
Z Kamdi, PH Shipway, KT Voisey
Applied Mechanics and Materials, 2014, Trans Tech Publ
TE 66
Paper # 992  Micro-abrasion-corrosion maps of 316L stainless steel in artificial saliva
A Hayes, S Sharifi, MM Stack
Journal of Bio- and Tribo-Corrosion, 2014,
TE 66
Paper # 991  Magnetorheology of suspensions based on graphene oxide coated or added carbonyl iron microspheres and sunflower oil
K Chen, WL Zhang, L Shan, X Zhang
Journal of Applied Physics, 2014
TE 92
Paper # 990  Lubricant additives for improved pitting performance through a reduction of thin-film friction
JE Johansson, MT Devlin, B Prakash
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 92
Paper # 989  Interactions of Diamond-Like Carbon Coatings with Fully Formulated Engine Oils
A Gangopadhyay, RJ Zdrodowski
Tribology Transactions, 2014, Taylor & Francis
TE 77
Paper # 988  Influence of the normal force, abrasive slurry concentration and abrasive wear modes on the coefficient of friction in ball-cratering wear tests
RC Cozza
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 66
Paper # 987  Influence of Hot Molding Parameters on Tribological and Wear Properties of a Friction Material
H Nesrine, AL Cristol, D Najjar, R Elleuch
Tribology Transactions, 2014, Taylor & Francis
TE 77
Paper # 986  Impact of Boundary Lubrication Performance of Engine Oils on Friction at Piston Ring-Cylinder Liner Interface
K Tamura, M Kasai, Y Nakamura, T Enomoto
SAE, 2014, papers.sae.org
TE 77
Paper # 985  High temperature friction and wear mechanism map for tool steel and boron steel tribopair
S Hernandez, J Hardell, C Courbon
Tribology-Materials and Surface Interfaces, 2014
TE 67
Paper # 984  Friction reduction mechanisms in boundary lubricated W-doped DLC coatings
L Yang, A Neville, A Brown, P Ransom, A Morina
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 983  Friction and wear properties of hot pressed (Ti, Cr) B2+ MoSi2composite in sliding against WC ball
TSR Murthy, PK Limaye, JK Sonber, K Sairam
International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials, 2014, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 982  Friction and Wear Mechanisms of 316L Stainless Steel in Dry Sliding Contact: Effect of Abrasive Particle Size
A Jourani, S Bouvier
Tribology Transactions, 2014, Taylor & Francis
TE 77
Paper # 981  Experimental investigation on effects of surface texturing on lubrication of initial line contacts
L Hao, Y Meng, C Chen
Lubrication Science, 2014, Wiley Online Library
TE 92
Paper # 980  Expanding the Development of More Durable Friction Modifiers with Sustained Friction-Reduction: Extended Tribological Studies and Oil-Aging
F DeBlase, F Corbo, C Migdal
SAE, 2014, papers.sae.org
TE 77
Paper # 979  Effects of Gear Oil Properties on Pitting Life in Rolling Four-Ball Test Configuration
JE Johansson, MT Devlin, JM Guevremont
Tribology Transactions, 2014, Taylor & Francis
TE 92
Paper # 978  Effects of Ethanol Contamination on Friction and Elastohydrodynamic Film Thickness of Engine Oils
HL Costa, H Spikes
Tribology Transactions, 2014, Taylor & Francis
TE 77
Paper # 977  Effect of residual compressive surface stress on severe wear of alumina–silicon carbide two-layered composites
CEJ Dancer, NA Yahya, T Berndt, RI Todd
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 66
Paper # 976  Effect of Imidazolium Ionic Liquid Additives on Lubrication Performance of Propylene Carbonate under Different Electrical Potentials
X Yang, Y Meng, Y Tian
Tribology Letters, 2014, Springer
TE 92
Paper # 975  Effect of agglomeration and calcination temperature on the mechanical properties of yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ)
AK Pandey, K Biswas
Ceramics International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 97
Paper # 974  Dry sliding wear behavior of SS316L composites containing h-BN and MoS< sub> 2 solid lubricants
S Mahathanabodee, T Palathai, S Raadnui, R Tongsri
Wear, 2014, Elsevier
TE 79
Paper # 973  Deep cryogenic treatment and CrN coating effects on micro-scale abrasion of aluminum alloy AA 6101-T4
ES Ashiuchi, VF Steier, CRM Silva
Advanced Materials Research, 2014, Trans Tech Publications
TE 66
Paper # 972  Comparison of the tribological behavior of steel–steel and Si< sub> 3 N< sub> 4–steel contacts in lubricants with ZDDP or ionic liquid
Z Cai, HM Meyer, C Ma, M Chi, H Luo, J Qu
Wear, 2014, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 971  Characterization of tribofilms derived from zinc dialkyl dithiophosphate and serpentine by X-ray absorption spectroscopy
F Zhao, M Kasrai, TK Sham, Z Bai, D Zhao
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 970  Characterization of gasoline soot and comparison to diesel soot: Morphology, chemistry, and wear
D Uy, MA Ford, DT Jayne, LP Haack, J Hangas
Tribology International, 2014, Elsevier
TE 77
Paper # 969  Bio-tribocorrosion mechanisms in orthopaedic devices: Mapping the micro-abrasion–corrosion behaviour of a simulated CoCrMo hip replacement in calf serum
K Sadiq, RA Black, MM Stack
Wear, 2014, Elsevier
TE 66
Paper # 968  Advanced Power-Cylinder Tribology Using A Dynamically Loaded Piston Ring on Cylinder Bore Tribometer
OM Smith, A Michlberger, D Jayne, A Sammut
SAE, 2014, papers.sae.org
TE 77
Paper # 967  Optische Untersuchung der Schmierverhältnisse im Reibkontakt Kolbenring/Zylinderlaufbahn mittels laserinduzierter Fluoreszenz an einem Rotations-Reibverschleiß-Modeltribometer
S Wigger, H-J Füßer, C Schulz, SKaiser
Gesellschaft für Tribologie 2014 – Fahrzeugtechnik 71/1
TE 47
Paper # 966  Untersuchung des Reibungsverhaltens lichtbogendrahtgespritzter Stahl-Zylinderlaufbahnen an einem Rotations-Reibverschleiß-Modell-Tribometer
J An, H-J Füßer, MPohl
Gesellschaft für Tribologie 2014 – Fahrzeugtechnik 60/1
TE 47
Paper # 965  Can Pin-on-Disk Testing Be Used to Assess the Wear Performance of Retrieved UHMWPE Components for Total Joint Arthroplasty?
S M Kurtz, D W MacDonald, S Kocagöz, M Tohfafarosh, D Baykal
BioMed Research International Volume 2014, Article ID 581812
TE 87
Paper # 964  In vitro wear simulation on the RandomPOD wear testing system as a screening method for bearing materials intended for total knee arthroplasty
V Saikko
Journal of Biomechanics 47 (2014) 2774–2778
RandomPOD
Paper # 963  Efficiency of laser surface texturing in the reduction of friction under mixed lubrication
D. Braun, C. Greiner, J. Schneider, P. Gumbsch
Tribology International 77 (2014) 142–147
TE 92
Paper # 962  Größeneffekte bei der Texturierung von Stahloberflächen und deren tribologische Charakterisierung im einsinnigen Gleitkontakt
D. Braun, T.Baumann, C. Greiner, J. Schneider
Gesellschaft für Tribologie 2013 – Oberflächentechnologien 61/1
TE 92
Paper # 961  Ein neuer, realitätsnaher Modelltest für Verschleißuntersuchungen an Kolbenringen und Zylinderlaufflächen von Verbrennungsmotoren
S Schweizer, H-J Füsser
Gesellschaft für Tribologie 2013 – Fahrzeugtechnik 82/1
TE 47
Paper # 960  Laser-Assisted Surface Modification of Alumina and Its Tribological Behavior
R Wallstabe
Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance January 2013, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp 223-235
TE 92
Paper # 959  Friction torque of cylindrical roller thrust bearings lubricated with wind turbine gear oils
CMCG Fernandes, RC Martins, JHO Seabra
Tribology International Volume 59, March 2013, Pages 121–128
TE 92
Paper # 958  Torque loss in thrust ball bearings lubricated with wind turbine gear oils at constant temperature
CMCG Fernandes, PMP Amaro, RC Martins, JHO Seabra
Tribology International Volume 66, October 2013, Pages 194–202
TE 92
Paper # 957  Torque loss in cylindrical roller thrust bearings lubricated with wind turbine gear oils at constant temperature
CMCG Fernandes, PMP Amaro, RC Martins, JHO Seabra
Tribology International Volume 67, November 2013, Pages 72–80
TE 92
Paper # 956  Tribological test principles for power train applications
F Grün, I Gódor, J Schiffer, H Krampl, A Trausmuth
TE 92
Paper # 955  The Importance of Variable Speeds under Extreme Pressure Loading in Molybdenum Disulfide Greases Using Four-Ball Wear Tests
G Nehme
Tribology Transactions Volume 56, Issue 6, 2013
TE 92
Paper # 954  Potential-Controlled Boundary Lubrication of Stainless Steels in Non-aqueous Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Solutions
X Yang, Y Meng, Y Tian
Tribology Letters October 2013
TE 92
Paper # 953  Advances in tribological testing of artificial joint biomaterials using multidirectional pin-on-disk testers
D Baykal, RS Siskey, H Haider, V Saikko, T Ahlroos, SM Kurtz,
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials Available online 29 May 2013
TE 87
Paper # 952  Comparative wear tests of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene and cross-linked polyethylene
AP Harsha, TJ Joyce
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine May 2013 vol. 227 no. 5 600-608
TE 87
Paper # 951  Sliding Wear and Friction Behavior of CrN-coating in Ethanol and Oil-Ethanol Mixture
AL Bandeira, R Trentin, C Aguzzoli, MEH Maia da Costa, AF Michels, IJR Baumvol, MCM Farias
Wear Volume 301, Issues 1–2, April–May 2013, Pages 786–794
TE 79
Paper # 950  Laser coating of aluminum alloy EN AW 6082-T651 with TiB2 and TiC: Microstructure and mechanical properties
D Ravnikar, NB Dahotre, J Grum
Applied Surface Science Volume 282, 1 October 2013, Pages 914–922
TE 77
Paper # 949  Effects of combined diffusion treatments and cold working on the sliding friction and wear behavior of Ti–6Al–4V
DG Bansal, M Kirkham, PJ Blau
Wear Volume 302, Issues 1–2, April–May 2013, Pages 837–844
TE 77
Paper # 948  Performance of honed surface profiles to artificial hip joints: An experimental investigation
D Choudhury, R Walker, T Roy, S Paul, R Mootanah
International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing Vol. 14, No. 10, pp. 1847-1853 October 2013
TE 77
Paper # 947  The Influence of Honed Surfaces on Metal-on-Metal Hip Joints
D Choudhury, R Walker, A Shirvani, R Mootanah
Japanese Tribology Society – Tribology Online, Vol. 8, No. 3, (2013) / 202
TE 77
Paper # 946  Effects of deep cryogenic treatment on the dry sliding wear performance of ferrous alloys
R Thornton, T Slatter, H Ghadbeigi
Wear Volume 305, Issues 1–2, 30 July 2013, Pages 177–191
TE 77
TE 99
Paper # 945  Comparison of three laboratory tests to quantify mild wear rate
J Zhang, E Yamaguchi, H Spikes
Tribology Transactions Volume 56, Issue 6, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 944  Effect of shaft roughness and pressure on friction of polymer bearings in water
A Golchin,TD Nguyen, P De Baets, S Glavatskih, B Prakash
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology October 11, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 943  Physical, chemical, and lubricant properties of Brassicaceae oil
K Ratanapariyanuch, J Clancy, S Emami, J Cutler, M Reaney
European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology Volume 115, Issue 9, pages 1005–1012, September 2013
TE 77
Paper # 942  The lubrication of both aluminium–silicon and model silicon surfaces with calcium sulphonate and an organic antiwear additive
M Burkinshaw, A Neville, A Morina, M Sutton
Tribology International Volume 67, November 2013, Pages 211–216
TE 77
Paper # 941  An experimental and numerical investigation of frictional losses and film thickness for four cylinder liner variants for a heavy duty diesel engine
EY Avan, A Spencer, RS Dwyer-Joyce, A Almqvist, R Larsson
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology December 2013 vol. 227 no. 12 1319-1333
TE 77
Paper # 940  Synthesis and characterisation of rapeseed oil bio-lubricant–its effect on wear and frictional behaviour of piston ring–cylinder liner combination
S Arumugam, G Sriram
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology January 2013 vol. 227 no. 1 3-15
TE 77
Paper # 939  Experimental and numerical investigations of oil film formation and friction in a piston ring–liner contact
EY Avan, A Spencer, RS Dwyer-Joyce, A Almqvist, R Larsson
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology February 2013 vol. 227 no. 2 126-140
TE 77
Paper # 938  Interfacial Stress and Failure Analysis for Piston Ring Coatings under Dry Running Condition
Y Guo, X Lu, W Li, T He
Tribology Transactions Volume 56, Issue 6, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 937  Tribological performance of engine oil blended with various diesel fuels
YC Lin, TH Kan, JN Chen, JC Tsai, YY Ku, KW Lin
Tribology Transactions Volume 56, Issue 6, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 936  The Effects of Biodiesel and Petro-Diesel on The Tribological Performance of Engine Components
JC Tsai
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology PhD 2013
TE 77
Paper # 935  Comparison of an Oil-Miscible Ionic Liquid and ZDDP as a Lubricant Anti-Wear Additive
J Qu, H Luo, M Chi, C Ma, PJ Blau, S Dai, MB Viola
Tribology International Volume 71, March 2014, Pages 88–97
TE 77
Paper # 934  Interpreting the effects of interfacial chemistry on the tribology of diamond-like carbon coatings against steel in distilled water
DC Sutton, G Limbert, B Burdett, RJK Wood
Wear Volume 302, Issues 1–2, April–May 2013, Pages 918–928
TE 77
Paper # 933  Characterization of Tribofilms Generated from Serpentine and Commercial Oil Using X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
F Zhao, M Kasrai, TK Sham, Z Bai
Tribology Letters May 2013, Volume 50, Issue 2, pp 287-297
TE 77
Paper # 932  Tribological properties of composites of polyamide‐6 and nanotubes of MoS2, and nanowires of MoO (3− x) and Mo6S2I8
JG Meier, A Mrzel, M Canales, Pilar Gonzalvo, Noelia Alcala
Physica Status Solidi Volume 210, Issue 11, pages 2307–2313, November 2013
TE 77
Paper # 931  Effect of hydrogen on butterfly and white etching crack (WEC) formation under rolling contact fatigue (RCF)
MH Evans, AD Richardson, L Wang, RJK Wood
Wear Volume 306, Issues 1–2, 30 August 2013, Pages 226–241
TE 74
Paper # 930  White Etching Crack (WEC) Investigation by Serial Sectioning, Focused Ion Beam and 3-D Crack Modelling
MH Evans, L Wang, H Jones, RJK Wood
Tribology International Volume 65, September 2013, Pages 146–160
TE 74
Paper # 929  A FIB/TEM study of butterfly crack formation and white etching area (WEA) microstructural changes under rolling contact fatigue in 100Cr6 bearing steel
MH Evans, JC Walker, C Ma, L Wang, RJK Wood
Materials Science and Engineering: A Volume 570, 15 May 2013, Pages 127–134
TE 74
Paper # 928  Rolling Contact Fatigue: Experimental Study of the Influence of Sliding, Load, and Material Properties on the Resistance to Micropitting of Steel Discs
P Rabaso, T Gauthier, M Diaby, F Ville
Tribology Transactions Volume 56, Issue 2, 2013
TE 74
Paper # 927  Self-mated tribological systems based on multilayer micro/nanocrystalline CVD diamond coatings
E Salgueiredo, CS Abreu, M Amaral, FJ Oliveira, J.R. Gomes, R.F. Silva
Wear Volume 303, Issues 1–2, 15 June 2013, Pages 225–234
TE 67
Paper # 926  Tribological characterization of biocompatible HAp-TiO2 coatings obtained by high velocity oxy-fuel spray
H Melero, M Torrell, J Fernández, JR Gomes, J.M. Guilemany
Wear Volume 305, Issues 1–2, 30 July 2013, Pages 8–13
TE 67
Paper # 925  Tribocorrosion behaviour of Ti-CON nanostructured thin films (black) for decorative applications
P Lima, M Araújo, MT Mathew, LA Rocha, AM Pinto, M. Chappé, M.D. Ramos, L. Marques, J.F. Pierson, F. Vaz
Tribology International Volume 68, December 2013, Pages 1–10
TE 67
Paper # 924  Microstructure and Wear Properties of In Situ Production of (Fe, Cr) 7C3 Particulate Bundles Reinforced Iron Matrix Composites
LS Zhong, FX Ye, JL Tian, YH Xu
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 652 – 654) Pages 64-68 January, 2013
TE 67
Paper # 923  In Situ Production of (Fe, Cr) 7C3 Particulate Bundles Reinforced Iron Matrix Composites
JL Tian, FX Ye, LS Zhong, YH Xu
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 602 – 604) Pages 456-459 December, 2012
TE 67
Paper # 922  A Modified Micro-Scale Abrasion for Large Hard Phase Cermet
Z Kamdi, PH Shipway, KT Voisey
Applied Mechanics and Materials (Volume 393)Pages 888-892 September, 2013
TE 66
Paper # 921  Study on Abrasion and Corrosion Resistance of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Implanted by Carbon in Hank’s Simulated Body Fluid
CH Liang, QQ Yu, JL Li, NB Huang, Hui Yang
Advanced Materials Research (Volume 773) Pages 412-416 September, 2013
TE 66
Paper # 920  Characterization of laboratory and industrial CrN/CrCN/Diamond-like carbon coatings
FJG Silva, RP Martinho, APM Baptista
Thin Solid Films Volume 550, 1 January 2014, Pages 278–284
TE 66
Paper # 919  Micro-abrasion study of some dental restorative materials and enamel
A Peña, EA Gallardo, A Morán, JA Bravo
Proc IMechE Part J: Engineering Tribology 227(5) 486–495
TE 66
Paper # 918  Wear Resistance Performance of Thermally Sprayed AlTi Alloy Measured by Three Body Micro-Scale Abrasive Wear Test
S Seth, AH Jones, OD Lewis
Wear Volume 302, Issues 1–2, April–May 2013, Pages 972–980
TE 66
Paper # 917  A comparison of the tribological behaviour of Y-TZP in tea and coffee under micro-abrasion conditions
S Sharifi, MM Stack
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Strathclyde
TE 66
Paper # 916  Microabrasion on dental restorative porcelains and amalgam
A Peña, EA Gallardo, A Morán, JA Bravo
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 7, Number 2, June 2013, pp. 74-82(9)
TE 66
Paper # 915  Tribo-corrosion of steel in artificial saliva: application to dental implants
D Holmes, S Sharifi, MM Stack
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Strathclyde
TE 66
Paper # 914  Tribo-corrosion of stainless steel in artificial saliva: application to dental implants
D Holmes, S Sharifi, MM Stack
Tribology International, 2013
TE 66
Paper # 913  Subsurface modifications in powder metallurgy aluminium alloy composites reinforced with intermetallic MoS2 particles under dry sliding wear
M Lieblich, J Corrochano, J Ibáñez, V Vadillo
Wear Volume 309, Issues 1–2, 15 January 2014, Pages 126–133
TE 53
Paper # 912  Microstructure and Wear Behavior of Plasma‐Sprayed Nanostructured WC–Co Coatings
G Di Girolamo, F Marra, L Pilloni, G Pulci
International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology Volume 10, Issue 1, pages 60–71, January/February 2013
TE 53
Paper # 911  Analysis of fluorinated interactions in plain ZDDP and fully formulated oils using design of xperiment (DOE) and chemistry characterization of tribofilms in boundary lubrication under extreme loading conditions
G Nehme
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, 2013
TE 53
Paper # 910  A new multicontact tribometer for deterministic dynamic friction identification
JL Dion, G Chevallier, O Penas, F Renaud
Wear Volume 300, Issues 1–2, 15 March 2013, Pages 126–135
DN 55
Paper # 909  A simple model for friction evolution infretting
MR Hirsch, RW Neu
Wear Volume 301, Issues 1–2, April–May 2013, Pages 517–523
DN 55
Paper # 908  Effect of the Oral Environment on the Tribological Behavior of Human Teeth
ZR Zhou, HY Yu, J Zheng, LM Qian, Y Yan
Dental Biotribology 2013, pp 75-115
DN 44
Paper # 907  Friction and Wear Behavior of Human Teeth
ZR Zhou, HY Yu, J Zheng, LM Qian, Y Yan
Dental Biotribology 2013, pp 43-73
DN 44
Paper # 906  Analysis of temperature effect on the wear mechanism of TPU-steel contact pair based on long-stroke tribotesting
F. Javier Martínez, M Canales, N Alcalá and M A Jiménez
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 905  The Real Measurement of Wear using Ultrasonic Reflectometry
H Brunskill, P Harper and R Lewis
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 99
Paper # 904  Lubricant Friction Modifier Performance Retention – Tribological Studies
F J DeBlase and F A Corbo
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 903  Laser surface texturing: the effect of dimple diameter and oil viscosity
D Braun, C Greiner and J Schneider
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 92
Paper # 902  Effect of Dimples on the Line Contacts
Lichun Hao, Yonggang Meng and Cheng Chen
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 92
Paper # 901  The Tribological Characteristics of ZDDP, Detergent and an Organic Antiwear Additive when Lubricating Ferrous and Aluminium-Silicon Surfaces
M Burkinshaw, A Neville, A Morina, A Greenall and M Sutton
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 900  Potential-Controlled Boundary Lubrication at Metal Surfaces in Propylene Carbonate Solutions
Xiaoyong Yang, Yonggang Meng and Yu Tian
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 92
Paper # 899  A Non-invasive Approach for Piston Ring Film Thickness Measurement
E Y Avan, R S Mills and R S Dwyer-Joyce
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 898  Serial Sectioning, FIB and TEM Investigations of Butterfly and White Etching Crack (WEC) Formation
M Evans, L Wang and R Wood
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 74
Paper # 897  Study of innovative surface modifications for Ti-13Nb-13Zr alloy: assessment of wear and corrosion behaviour
C Richard, G Manivasagam and J Landoulsi
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 77
Paper # 896  Comprehensive Study of ZDDP-tribofilms Formed under Soft Contact Conditions
K Pondicherry, F Grün, F Summer, I Gódor, E Lainé and M Offenbecher
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 92
Paper # 895  Wear Modes of Resin Materials in Micro-scale Abrasion
T Matsuda, K Sugiyama, H Yakuwa, and K Adachi
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 66
Paper # 894  Tribological performance of forged steel and cast iron crankshafts on model scale
F Summer, F Grün, J Schiffer, I Gódor and I Papadimitriou
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 92
Paper # 893  Tribometric Development Tools for Journal Bearings – a novel test adapter
F Grün, H Krampl, J Schiffer, J Moder, I Gódor and M Offenbecher
World Tribology Congress 2013 Torino, Italy, September 8 – 13, 2013
TE 92
Paper # 892  Simultaneous Film Thickness and Friction Measurement for a Piston Ring-Cylinder Contact
E Y Avan, R S Mills, R S Dwyer-Joyce
Proceedings of the STLE/ASME 2010 International Joint Tribology Conference IJTC2010, October 17-20, 2010, San Francisco, California, USA
TE 77
Paper # 891  White structure flaking (WSF) in wind turbine gearbox bearings: effects of ‘butterflies’ and white etching cracks (WECs)
MH Evans
Materials Science and Technology, Volume 28, Number 1, January 2012 , pp. 3-22(20)
TE 74
Paper # 890  Usability of Boron as an Alloying Element in Gray Cast Iron Rollers and its Effect to Abrasive Wear Behaviour
C Meran, M Yuksel
Advanced Materials Research (Volume 445) January 2012
TE 53
Paper # 889  Ultra-low friction coefficient in alumina–silicon nitride pair lubricated with water
V Ferreira, HN Yoshimura, A Sinatora
Wear Volume 296, Issues 1–2, 30 August 2012, Pages 656–659
TE 67
Paper # 888  Triode plasma diffusion treatment of titanium alloys
G Cassar, A Matthews, A Leyland
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 212, November 2012, Pages 20–31
TE 66
Paper # 887  Tribological properties of plasma electrolytic oxide coatings on magnesium alloys
KC Tekin, U Malayoglu
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 6, Number 2, June 2012 , pp. 67-74(8)
TE 88
Paper # 886  Tribological functionality of aluminium sliding materials with hard phases under lubricated conditions
F Grün, F Summer, KS Pondicherry, I Gódor
Wear – Available online 1 December 2012
TE 92
Paper # 885  Tribological characterization of polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel as substitute of articular cartilage
VM Sardinha, LL Lima, WD Belangero, CA Zavaglia
Wear – Available online 3 December 2012
TE 67
Paper # 884  Tribological behavior of (Cu42Zr42Al8Ag8)99.5Si0.5 bulk metallic glass
YC Lin, JN Chen
Wear Volumes 280–281, 20 March 2012, Pages 5–14
TE 77
Paper # 883  Tribological and Thermal Characteristics of Reduced phosphorus plain ZDDP oil in the Presence of PTFE/FeF3/TiF3 under Optimized Extreme Loading condition and a break in period using 2 different rotational speeds
G Nehme
Wear – Available online 3 December 2012
TE 53
Paper # 882  The influence of start–stop transient velocity on the friction and wear behaviour of a hyper-eutectic Al–Si automotive alloy
JC Walker, TJ Kamps, RJK Wood
Wear – Available online 16 November 2012
TE 77
Paper # 881  Surface modification of Ti–6Al–4V alloys using triode plasma oxidation treatments
G Cassar, JC Wilson, S Banfield, J Housden
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 206, Issue 22, 25 June 2012, Pages 4553–4561
TE 66
Paper # 880  Study on the Fretting Wear Behavior and Mechanism of Nuclear Alloy 690 Tube
JN Mei, F Xue, ZX Wang, GD Zhang
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 512 – 515) Pages 1740-1746
DN 44
Paper # 879  Self-Lubricating Cold-Sprayed Coatings Utilizing Microscale Nickel-Encapsulated Hexagonal Boron Nitride
LM Stark, I Smid, AE Segall, TJ Eden
Tribology Transactions Volume 55, Issue 5, 2012
TE 77
Paper # 878  Reciprocal dry sliding wear behaviour of B4Cp reinforced aluminium alloy matrix composites
F Toptan, I Kerti, LA Rocha
Wear Volumes 290–291, 30 June 2012, Pages 74–85
TE 67
Paper # 877  Performance, Characterization and Design of Textured Surfaces
B Podgornik, M Sedlacek
Journal of Tribology October 2012 Volume 134, Issue 4
TE 77
Paper # 876  Performance analysis of the RandomPOD wear test system
V Saikko, J Kostamo
Wear Volume 297, Issues 1–2, 15 January 2013, Pages 731–735
RandomPOD
Paper # 875  Oil-miscible and non-corrosive phosphonium-based ionic liquids as candidate lubricant additives
B Yu, DG Bansal, J Qu, X Sun, H Luo, S Dai, PJ Blau
Wear Volume 289, 15 June 2012, Pages 58–64
TE 77
Paper # 874  Non-conventional inverse-Stribeck-curve behaviour and other characteristics of DLC coatings in all lubrication regimes
M Kalin, I Velkavrh
Wear Volume 297, Issues 1–2, 15 January 2013, Pages 911–918
TE 77
Paper # 873  New advances on maskless electrochemical texturing (MECT) for tribological purposes
JG Parreira, CA Gallo, HL Costa
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 212, November 2012, Pages 1–13
TE 67
Paper # 872  Mapping the micro-abrasion resistance of a Ni-based coating deposited by PTA on gray cast iron
F Fernandes, A Ramalho, A Loureiro, A Cavaleiro
Wear Volumes 292–293, 15 July 2012, Pages 151–158
TE 66
Paper # 871  Lubrication of aluminium‐silicon surfaces with ZDDP and detergents
M Burkinshaw, A Neville, A Morina
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 6, Number 2, June 2012 , pp. 53-58(6)
TE 77
Paper # 870  Influence of temperature on the fretting response between AISI 301 stainless steel and AISI 52100 steel
MR Hirsch, RW Neu
Tribology International – Available online 14 November 2012
DN 55
Paper # 869  Improving the Properties of Magnetic Bearing Shaft Material by HVOF Coating of WC-Metal Powder and Laser Heat Treatment
TY Cho, YK Joo, JH Yoon, HG Chun
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 560 – 561) Pages 1052-1058
TE 77
Paper # 868  Improving the performance of a proportional 4/3 water-hydraulic valve by using a diamond-like-carbon coating
F Majdič, I Velkavrh, M Kalin
Wear – Available online 7 December 2012
TE 77
Paper # 867  Impact wear and abrasion resistance of CrN, AlCrN and AlTiN PVD coatings
JL Mo, MH Zhu, A Leyland, A Matthews
Surface and Coatings Technology – Available online 6 November 2012
TE 66
Paper # 866  HVOF Coating of µ-WC-Metal Powder and Laser Heat-Treatment of the Coating for the Improvement of Turbo Shaft Material
TY Cho, YK Joo, JH Yoon, HG Chun
Advanced Materials Research (Volume 586) Pages 74-79
TE 77
Paper # 865  Friction torque of thrust ball bearings lubricated with wind turbine gear oils
CMCG Fernandes, RC Martins, JHO Seabra
Tribology International Volume 58, February 2013, Pages 47–54
TE 92
Paper # 864  Friction torque of cylindrical roller thrust bearings lubricated with wind turbine gear oils
CMCG Fernandes, RC Martins, JHO Seabra
Tribology International Volume 59, March 2013, Pages 121–128
TE 92
Paper # 863  Failure mechanisms of a tungsten-modified hydrogenated amorphous carbon coating in load-scanning tests
H Hetzner, J Schaufler, S Tremmel, K Durst
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 212, November 2012, Pages 46–54
TE 69
Paper # 862  Effects of the sliding conditions on the tribological behavior of atmospheric plasma sprayed Al2O3–15 wt.% ZrO2–CaF2 composite coating
SH Kim, SP Hannula, SW Lee
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 210, 15 October 2012, Pages 127–134
TE 77
Paper # 861  Effect of Extreme Load on Plain ZDDP Oil in the Presence of FeF3 Catalyst Using Design of Experiment and Fundamental Study under Two Different Rotational Speeds
G Nehme
Tribology Transactions Volume 55, Issue 6, 2012
TE 53
Paper # 860  Dry Sliding Friction and Wear Behaviour of an Electron Beam Melted Hypereutectic Al–Si Alloy
JC Walker, J Murray, S Narania, AT Clare
Tribology Letters January 2012, Volume 45, Issue 1, pp 49-58
TE 77
Paper # 859  Comparison of the effects of the lubricant-molecule chain length and the viscosity on the friction and wear of diamond-like-carbon coatings and steel
I Velkavrh, M Kalin
Tribology International Volume 50, June 2012, Pages 57–65
TE 77
Paper # 858  Applicability of ring-on-disc and pin-on-plate test methods for Cu–steel and Al–steel systems for large area conformal contacts
F Grün, I Gódor, R Bertram
Lubrication Science – Available online: 21 May 2012
TE 77
TE 92
Paper # 857  A DLC/diamond bilayer approach for reducing the initial friction towards a high bearing capacity
M Amaral, DJ Carreira, AJS Fernandes, CS Abreu
Wear Volumes 290–291, 30 June 2012, Pages 18–24
TE 67
Paper # 856  RandomPOD-A new method and device for advanced wear simulation of orthopaedic biomaterials
Vesa Saikko, Jari Kostamo
Journal of Biomechanics – Accepted for Publication 17 December 2010
RandomPOD
Paper # 855  The effect of acetabular cup position on wear of a large-diameter metal-on-metal prosthesis studied with a hip joint simulator
Vesa Saikko , Tiina Ahlroos , Hannu Revitzer, Oskari Ryti, Petri Kuosmanen
Tribology International 60 (2013) 70–76
TE 86
Paper # 854  Using TiODN2/DN nanofluid additive for engine lubrication oil
YY Wu
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Volume 63, Number 6, 2011 , pp. 440-445
TE 77
Paper # 853  Tribometer investigation of the frictional response of piston rings with lubricant contaminated with the gasoline engine biofuel ethanol and water
PR De Silva, M Priest, PM Lee
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology June 2011 vol. 225 no. 6 Pages 347-358
TE 77
Paper # 852  The effects of cryogenic processing on the wear resistance of grey cast iron brake discs
R Thornton, T Slatter, AH Jones
Wear Volume 271, Issues 9-10, 29 July 2011, Pages 2386-2395
TE 99
Paper # 851  Surface engineering to improve the durability and lubricity of Ti-6Al-4V alloy
DG Bansal, OL Eryilmaz
Wear Volume 271, Issues 9-10, 29 July 2011, Pages 2006-2015
TE 77
Paper # 850  Study of Lubricity Characteristics of Non-Edible Vegetable based Bio-lubricant and Low SAP Engine Lubricants
D Singh, AK Singh, N Singh
Indian Institute of Petroleum 12-Sep-2011
TE 77
Paper # 849  Role of friction modifiers on the tribological performance of hypereutectic Al-Si alloy lubricated in boundary conditions
A Morina, X Xia, A Neville, M Priest
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology June 2011 vol. 225 no. 6 Pages 369-378
TE 77
Paper # 848  Preparation of in situ (Fe, Cr) 7 C 3/Fe composite coating by centrifugal casting
L Niu, Y Xu, H Wu
Surface Engineering, Volume 27, Number 8, September 2011 , pp. 587-590
TE 67
Paper # 847  On the Tribological Behaviour of SiC and Alumina Mated Against Different Steels Under Dry Sliding Conditions
R Wallstabe
Tribology Letters Volume 44, Number 2, 247-257
TE 92
Paper # 846  Mécanismes d’endommagement d’empilements optiques de faible adhésion sous contact glissant
D Davy, G Xuan
19ÈME CONGRES FRANÇAIS DE MECANIQUE [CFM2009]
TE 79
Paper # 845  Investigation of the interactions between a novel, organic anti-wear additive, ZDDP and overbased calcium sulphonate
A Greenall, A Neville, A Morina
Tribology International Volume 46, Issue 1, February 2012, Pages 52-61
TE 77
Paper # 844  Influence of Surface Modification on Dry Friction Performance of Alumina Mated Against Steel
R Wallstabe, J Schneider
Friction, Wear and Wear Protection Print ISBN: 9783527323661 Online ISBN: 9783527628513
TE 92
Paper # 843  Improved adhesion and tribological properties of fast-deposited hard graphite-like hydrogenated amorphous carbon films
T Zaharia, P Kudlacek, M Creatore
Diamond and Related Materials Volume 20, Issue 9, October 2011, Pages 1266-1272
TE 79
Paper # 842  Impact of wire-EDM on dry sliding friction and wear of WC-based and ZrO2-based composites
Y Perez Delgado, K Bonny, P De Baets, PD Neis
Wear Volume 271, Issues 9-10, 29 July 2011, Pages 1951-1961
TE 77
Paper # 841  Fabrication of TiO2 Nano-Oils by a Plasma Arc Nanoparticles Synthesis System
MJ Kao, CC Yu
Materials and Manufacturing Processes Volume 26, Issue 11, 2011
TE 77
Paper # 840  Experimental Analysis of Nanomechanics of Spherical Titanium Oxide Nanooils in Reducing Friction
MJ Kao
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Volume 11, Number 8, August 2011 , pp. 7281-7284
TE 77
Paper # 839  Evaluation of Die-Soldering and Erosion Resistance of High Velocity Oxy-Fuel Sprayed MoB-Based Cermet Coatings
FF Khan, G Bae, K Kang, H Na, J Kim
Journal of Thermal Spray Technology Volume 20, Number 5, 1022-1034
TE 88
Paper # 838  Effects of the Pin-on-Disc Parameters on the Wear of Alumina
NR Tedesco, EMJA Pallone
Advances in Science and Technology (Volume 65) Pages 39-44
TE 67
Paper # 837  Effects of Fabricated Method on the Coefficient of Friction of Al2O3-15 wt% ZrO2-3 wt% Solid Lubricant Composites
SH Kim, ME Cura, O Söderberg
Materials Science Forum (Volume 695) Eco-Materials Processing and Design XII Pages 231-234
TE 77
Paper # 836  Effect of load and carbide orientation on abrasive wear resistance of white cast iron
JJ Coronado
Wear Volume 270, Issues 11-12, 5 May 2011, Pages 823-827
TE 79
Paper # 835  Effect of base oil lubrication in comparison with non-lubricated sliding in diamond-like carbon contacts
I Velkavrh
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 5, Number 2, June 2011 , pp. 53-58
TE 77
Paper # 834  Dry sliding wear behaviour of aluminum based hybrid composites with graphite nanofiber-alumina fiber
JSS Babu, CG Kang
Materials & Design Volume 32, Issue 7, August 2011, Pages 3920-3925
TE 92
Paper # 833  Dry sliding friction and wear response of WC-Co hardmetal pairs in linearly reciprocating and rotating contact
Y Perez Delgado, K Bonny, P De Baets
University of Ghent, Sustainable Construction and Design 2011, Pages 12 to 18
TE 77
Paper # 832  Characterization of various coatings in terms of friction and wear for internal combustion engine piston rings
A Guermat, G Monteil
Mechanika Volume 17, No 6 (2011)
TE 77
Paper # 831  Challenges of simulating fired engine ring-liner oil additive/surface interactions in ring-liner bench tribometer
A Morina, PM Lee, M Priest
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 5, Number 1, March 2011 , pp. 25-33
TE 77
Paper # 830  Calcium sulphonate and its interactions with ZDDP on both aluminium-silicon and model silicon surfaces
M Burkinshaw, A Neville, A Morina
Tribology International Volume 46, Issue 1, February 2012, Pages 41-51
TE 77
Paper # 829  A Study on Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Hot Pressed Al2O3/ZrO2/h-BN/TiO2 Composites
HH Lee, SH Kim, B Joshi
Materials Science Forum (Volume 695) Eco-Materials Processing and Design XII Pages 417-420
TE 77
Paper # 828  Tribometer Investigation of the Frictional Response of Piston Rings when Lubricated with the Separated Phases of Lubricant Contaminated with the Gasoline Engine Biofuel Ethanol and Water
PR De Silva, M Priest, PM Lee, RC Coy
Tribology Letters Volume 43, Number 2, 107-120
TE 77
Paper # 827  Interactions of fluorinated catalyst and polutetrafluoroethylene in two different plain zinc dialkyldithiophosphate oils and one fully formulated oil using design of Experiment
G Nehme
Lubrication Science Volume 23, Issue 4, pages 181–201, June 2011
TE 53
Paper # 826  A new method to investigate the sliding wear behaviour of materials based on energy dissipation: W-25wt% Cu composite
M Jahangiri, M Hashempour, H Razavizadeh
Wear Volumes 274-275, 27 January 2012, Pages 175-182
General
Paper # 825  Application and conceptual explanation of an energy-based approach for the modelling and prediction of sliding wear
M Jahangiri, M Hashempour, H Razavizadeh
Wear Volumes 274-275, 27 January 2012, Pages 168-174
General
Paper # 824  Role of abrasive material on micro-abrasion wear tests
FJG Silva, RB Casais, RP Martinho
Wear Volume 271, Issues 9-10, 29 July 2011, Pages 2632-2639
TE 66
Paper # 823  Effect of low-temperature plasma carbonitriding on the fretting behaviour of 316LVM medical grade austenitic stainless steels
J Liu, H Dong, J Buhagiar, CF Song, BJ Yu
Wear Volume 271, Issues 9-10, 29 July 2011, Pages 1490-1496
DN 44
Paper # 822  Influence of heat treatments on the micro-abrasion wear resistance of a superduplex stainless steel
F Marques, WM da Silva, JM Pardal, SSM Tavares
Wear Volume 271, Issues 9-10, 29 July 2011, Pages 1288-1294
TE 66
Paper # 821  Abrasive wear behaviour of conventional and large-particle tungsten carbide-based cermet coatings as a function of abrasive size and type
Z Kamdi, PH Shipway, KT Voisey
Wear Volume 271, Issues 9-10, 29 July 2011, Pages 1264-1272
TE 66
Paper # 820  Dry sliding wear behaviour of powder metallurgy Al-Mg-Si alloy-MoSi2 composites and the relationship with the microstructure
J Corrochano, JC Walker, M Lieblich, J Ibáñez
Wear Volume 270, Issues 9-10, 4 April 2011, Pages 658-665
TE 53
Paper # 819  The Effect of FeF3/TiF3 catalysts on the thermal and tribological performance of plain oil ZDDP under extreme pressure loading
G Nehme
Wear – Accepted for Publication 2011
TE 53
Paper # 818  The Tribological Performance of Plain and Fully Formulated Commercial Engine Oil under 2 Different Rotational Speeds and Extreme Pressure Contact Using Design of Experiment
GN Nehme
Tribology Transactions Volume 54, Issue 4, 2011
TE 53
Paper # 817  Experimental Sliding Performance of Composite Tip Seal with High-Carbon Steel Plate under Lubricated Conditions Applied to Scroll Expander Systems
I Tzanakis, M Hadfield, I Henshaw
Tribology Transactions Volume 54, Issue 4, 2011
TE 57
Paper # 816  Optimization of Mechanism of Boundary Lubrication in Fully Formulated Commercial Engine Oil Using Design of Experiment
GN Nehme
Tribology Transactions Volume 54, Issue 2, 2011
TE 53
Paper # 815  Correlated wear measurements using gold implantation, backscattering, nuclear activation analysis and profilometry
D Shakhvorostov, A Lachenwitzer, L Coatsworth
Tribology International Volume 44, Issue 6, June 2011, Pages 737-750
TE 77
Paper # 814  Some views on the construction of bio-tribo-corrosion maps for a Titanium alloy in Hanks solution: particle concentration and applied loads effects
MM Stack, W Huang, G Wang
Tribology International 2011 Volume 44, Issue 12, November 2011, Pages 1827-1837
TE 66
Paper # 813  Material Science and Technology Division
David P Stinton Technical Project Manager
Quarterly Progress Report for April through June 2011 David P. Stinton Technical Project Manager
TE 53
Paper # 812  Feasibility of utilizing response surface methodology for predicting wear of steels
B Selçuk
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology May 2011 vol. 225 no. 5 277-287
TE 53
Paper # 811  Fluorinated mix in plain ZDDP oil and commercial oil using design of experiment analysis of all interactions and fundamental study of fluorinated mix in plain ZDDP oils under 2 different r/min test cycles and extreme boundary lubrication
G Nehme
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology April 2011 vol. 225 no. 4 193-211
TE 53
Paper # 810  Fluorinated FeF3 catalyst interactions in three different oil formulations using design of experiment optimization and chemistry characterization of tribofilms
G Nehme
Lubrication Science Volume 23, Issue 4, pages 153–179, June 2011
TE 53
Paper # 809  TiB2 Nanostructured Coating for GFRP Injection Moulds
RP Martinho, FJG Silva
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Volume 11, Number 6, June 2011 , pp. 5374-5382
TE 66
Paper # 808  Sliding Wear Behavior of Cast Iron: Influence of MoS 2 and Graphite Addition to the Oil Lubricant
BK Prasad, S Rathod, MS Yadav
Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance Volume 20, Number 3, 445-455
TE 67
Paper # 807  ESTUDO DE DISPOSITIVOS NÃO-LINEARES PARA AMORTECIMENTO DE VIBRAÇÕES EM SISTEMAS DINÂMICOS
A Marques Barbosa
Horizonte Científico, Vol. 5, Nº 2 (2011)
TE 67
Paper # 806  Micro-abrasion-corrosion interactions of Ni-Cr/WC based coatings: approaches to construction of tribo-corrosion maps for the abrasion-corrosion synergism
MM Stack, MT Mathew
Electrochimica Acta Volume 56, Issue 24, 1 October 2011, Pages 8249-8259
TE 66
Paper # 805  Unravelling the chemical mysteries of ZDDP tribofilms using variable photon-energy X-ray photon spectroscopy
JG Zhou, J Thompson, J Cutler, R Blyth
Canada Light Source Inc 2010 Research Report
TE 77
Paper # 804  Laboratory Wear Testing
V Saikko
Chapter 7, Tribology and Bearing Surfaces in Total Joint Replacements, Edited by Robert M. Streicher, 2011, ISBN: 9788178955254
TE 86
TE 87
Paper # 803  A review of micro-scale abrasion testing
A J Gant, M G Gee
J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 44 (2011) 073001
TE 66
Paper # 802  Wear properties of DLC-coated steel rollers running with highly contaminated lubrication
F He, PL Wong
Tribology International 2010, Volume 43, Issues 5-6, p. 990-996
TE 53
Paper # 801  Wear mechanisms and microstructure of pulsed plasma nitrided aisi h13 tool steel
MV Leite, CA Figueroa, SC Gallo, AC Rovani
Wear 2010 Volume 269, Issues 5-6, p. 466-472
TE 67
Paper # 800  Tribological, rheological and mechanical characterization of polymer blends for ropes and nets
MT Mathew, J Novo, LA Rocha, JA Covas
Tribology International 2010, Volume 43, Issue 8, p. 1400-1409
TE 67
Paper # 799  Tribological performance of thin overlays for journal bearings
F Grun, I Godor, W Gartner
Tribology International Volume 44, Issue 11, October 2011, Pages 1271-1280
TE 92
Paper # 798  Tribological characterisation of carbon nanotubes/ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene composites: the effect of sliding distance
S Kanagaraj, MT Mathew, A Fonseca
International Journal of Surface Science and Engineering Volume 4, Number 4-6/2010, p. 305 – 321
TE 67
Paper # 797  Tribological behaviour of die tool materials used for die compaction in powder metallurgy
W Li, PJ Blau, J Qu, SJ Park
Powder Metallurgy 2010, Volume 53, Number 3, p. 251-259
TE 77
Paper # 796  Tribological behaviour of alternate hypereutectic AlSi alloys with different antiwear additives
ANK Jadoon
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces 2010, Volume 4, Number 2, p. 61-73
TE 77
Paper # 795  Tribological behavior of wire-EDM’ed ZrO2-composites and cemented carbides
P Delgado, K Bonny, O Malek
Sustainable Construction and Design, Day of Research 2010, Volume 1, p. 68-72
TE 77
Paper # 794  Tribological behavior of a 20CrMo alloy implanted with nitrogen ions by plasma source ion implantation
HB He, HY Li
Wear 2010 Volume 268, Issues 3-4, p. 399-404
TE 53
Paper # 793  Tribo-corrosion mechanisms of stainless steel in soft drinks
C Hodge
Wear 2010 Volume 270, Issues 1-2, p. 104-114
TE 66
Paper # 792  Tribocorrosion Behaviour of TiCxOy Thin Filmsin Bio-fluids
MT Mathew, E Ariza, LA Rocha, F Vaz
Electrochimica Acta 2010 Volume 56, Issue 2, p. 929-937
TE 67
Paper # 791  The Influence of Lead Suspension in Oil Lubricant on the Sliding Wear Behaviour of Cast Iron
BK Prasad, S Rathod, MS Yadav
Tribology Letters 2010 Volume 37, Number 2, p. 289-299
TE 67
Paper # 790  The Effects of Protein and pH on the Tribo-Corrosion Performance of Cast CoCrMo—A Combined Electrochemical and Tribological Study
D Sun, J A Wharton, R J K Wood
Advanced Tribology 2010, Part 3, V, p. 825-826
TE 66
Paper # 789  Surface strength of silicon nitride in relation to rolling contact performance measured on ball-on-rod and modified four-ball tests
W Wang, M Hadfield
Tribology International 2010 Volume 43, Issues 1-2, p. 423-432
TE 92
Paper # 788  Surface property enhancement of Ni-free medical grade austenitic stainless steel by low-temperature plasma carburising
J Buhagiar, L Qian
Surface and Coatings Technology 2010 Volume 205, Issue 2, p. 388-395
DN 44
DN 55
Paper # 787  Surface finishing: Impact on tribological characteristics of WC-Co hardmetals
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Quintelier, J Vleugels
Tribology International 2010 Volume 43, Issues 1-2, p. 40-54
TE 77
Paper # 786  Study of silane-based antiwear additives: Wear and chemistry
LG Yu, ES Yamaguchi, M Kasrai
Tribology International Volume 44, Issue 6, June 2011, Pages 692-701
TE 77
Paper # 785  Sliding wear resistance of Al-alloy particulate composites: An assessment on its efficacy
R Dasgupta
Tribology International 2010 Volume 43, Issues 5-6, p. 951-958
TE 67
DN 44
Paper # 784  Selecting solid lubricant coatings under fretting conditions
DB Luo, V Fridrici
Wear 2010 Volume 268, Issues 5-6, p. 816-827
DN 55
TE 66
Paper # 784  Selecting solid lubricant coatings under fretting conditions
DB Luo, V Fridrici
Wear 2010 Volume 268, Issues 5-6, p. 816-827
DN 44
DN 55
Paper # 783  Role of internal additives in the friction and wear of carbon-fiber-reinforced polyimide
P Samyn, P De Baets
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2010 Volume 116, Issue 2, p. 1146–1156
TE 77
Paper # 782  Resolving the Chemical Variation of Phosphates in Thin ZDDP Tribofilms by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Using Synchrotron Radiation: Evidence for …
JG Zhou, J Thompson, J Cutler, R Blyth, M Kasrai
Tribology Letters 2010 Volume 39, Number 1, p. 101-107
TE 77
Paper # 781  Research on Micro-Abrasion Performances of TiN Coating in Simulated Body Fluid
W Huang, G Wang
Advanced Tribology 2010 Part 3, VII, p. 1000-1004,
TE 66
DN 44
Paper # 780  Relationships between the fretting wear behavior and the ball cratering resistance of solid lubricant coatings
DB Luo, V Fridrici
Surface and Coatings Technology 2010 Volume 204, Issue 8, p. 1259-1269
DN 55
TE 66
Paper # 780  Relationships between the fretting wear behavior and the ball cratering resistance of solid lubricant coatings
DB Luo, V Fridrici
Surface and Coatings Technology 2010 Volume 204, Issue 8, p. 1259-1269
TE 66
DN 55
Paper # 779  Reinforcement of Ball Shaped MoS2 Nanoparticles in Epoxy Resin
SK Srivastava, AK Sahoo
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2010 Volume 10, Number 12, p. 8171-8179
TE 97
Paper # 778  Reduction of surface friction of natural rubber film coated with PMMA particle: Effect of particle size
W Anancharungsuk, W Taweepreda
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2010 Volume 115, Issue 6, p. 3680–3686
TE 75
Paper # 777  Effect of Different Surface Treatment Methods on the Friction and Effect of Different Surface Treatment Methods on the Friction and Wear Behavior of AISI 4140 Steel
M Ulutan, ON Celik, H Gasan
Journal of Materials Science & Technology 2010 Volume 26, Issue 3, p. 251-257
TE 53
Paper # 776  Optimization of reinforcement content and sliding distance for AlSi7Mg/SiCp composites using response surface methodology
M Bayhan
Materials & Design 2010 Volume 31, Issue 6, p. 3015-3022
TE 88
Paper # 775  On-line Ferrous Debris Density monitoring in sliding area contacts under boundary lubrication regime
A Torres Pérez, M Hadfield, S Austen
Seventh International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies, 22-24 June 2010
TE 92
Paper # 774  Miscellaneous additives and vegetable oils
J Crawford, A Psaila
Chemistry and Technology of Lubricants 2010, Part 2, p. 189-211
TE 77
Paper # 773  Micro-Abrasion-Corrosion of Ti6Al4V Alloy in Simulated Artificial Hip Joint Environments
W Huang, G Wang
Advanced Tribology 2010 Part 3, VII, 1005-1010
TE 66
Paper # 772  Micro-abrasion-corrosion of a Co-Cr/UHMWPE couple in Ringer’s solution: an approach to construction of mechanism and synergism maps for application to bio- …
MM Stack, J Jirka, MT Mathew, H Jawan, W Huang
Wear 2010 Volume 269, Issues 5-6, p. 376-382
TE 66
Paper # 771  Micro to nanoscale surface morphology and friction response of tribological polyimide surfaces
P Samyn, G Schoukens
Applied Surface Science 2010 Volume 256, Issue 11, p. 3394-3408
TE 77
Paper # 770  Metal-doped (Ti, WC) diamond-like-carbon coatings: Reactions with extreme-pressure oil additives under tribological and static conditions
M Kalin, E Roman, L Ozbolt
Thin Solid Films 2010 Volume 518, Issue 15, p. 4336-4344
TE 66
Paper # 769  Mechanical behavior of stiff coating on glass under sliding contact
X Geng, Z Zhang, E Barthel
Wear 2010 Volume 269, Issues 5-6, p. 351-361
TE 79
Paper # 768  Mapping microstructure inhomogeneity using electron backscatter diffraction in 316L stainless steel subjected to hot plane strain compression tests
L Sun, MJ Thomas, BP Wynne
Materials Science and Technology 2010 Volume 26, Number 12, p. 1477-1486
TE 77
Paper # 767  Interpretation of electrochemical measurements made during micro-scale abrasion-corrosion
RJK Wood, D Sun, MR Thakare
Tribology International 2010 Volume 43, Issue 7, p. 1218-1227
TE 66
Paper # 766  Influence of Surface Finishing Operations on the Reciprocating Sliding Friction and Wear Response of WC Based Cemented Carbides
K Bonny, P Baets, W Ost, S Huang, J Vleugels
Advanced Tribology 2010 2010, Part 3, II, p. 435-436
TE 77
Paper # 765  Influence of electrical discharge machining on sliding friction and wear of WC-Ni cemented carbide
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Van Wittenberghe
Tribology International 2010 Volume 43, Issue 12, p. 2333-2344
TE 77
Paper # 764  Improving sliding and abrasive wear behaviour of cast A356 and wrought AA7075 aluminium alloys by plasma electrolytic oxidation
G Sabatini, L Ceschini, C Martini, JA Williams
Materials & Design 2010 Volume 31, Issue 2, p. 816-828
TE 66
Paper # 763  Friction and wear characteristics of WC-Co cemented carbides in dry reciprocating sliding contact
K Bonny, P De Baets, Y Perez, J Vleugels, B Lauwers
Wear 2010 Volume 268, Issues 11-12, p. 1504-1517
TE 77
Paper # 762  Friction and dry sliding wear behavior of carbon and glass fabric reinforced vinyl ester composites
B Suresha, K Shiva Kumar, S Seetharamu
Tribology International 2010 Volume 43, Issue 3, p. 602-609
TE 53
Paper # 761  Film formation mechanism in glass lubrication by polymer latex dispersions
M Beauvais, B Piezel, F Hamidi, M Villalobos
Thin Solid Films 2010 Volume 518, Issue 6, p. 1689-1697
TE 79
Paper # 760  Fabrication of WC/Fe composite coating by centrifugal casting plus in-situ synthesis techniques
L Niu, Y Xu
Surface and Coatings Technology, 2010 Volume 210, Issue 12, p. 1587-1597
TE 67
Paper # 759  Experimental measuring procedure for the friction torque in rolling bearings
T Cousseau, B Graça, A Campos
Lubrication Science 2010 Volume 22, Issue 4, p. 133–147
TE 82
Paper # 758  Evaluation of morphology and deposits on worn polyimide/graphite composite surfaces by contact-mode AFM
P Samyn, G Schoukens
Wear 2010 Volume 270, Issues 1-2, p. 57-72
TE 77
Paper # 757  Erosion and wear behavior of nitrocarburized DC53 tool steel
DC Wen
Wear 2010 Volume 268, Issues 3-4, p. 629-636
TE 53
Paper # 756  Elucidating the microstructure and wear behavior of tungsten carbide multi-pass cladding on AISI 1050 steel
YC Lin
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 2010 Volume 210, Issue 2, p. 219-225
TE 77
Paper # 755  Electrodeposition and tribological characterisation of nickel nanocomposite coatings reinforced with nanotubular titanates
CTJ Low, JO Bello, JA Wharton, RJK Wood
Surface and Coatings 2010 Volume 205, Issue 7, p. 1856-1863
TE 66
Paper # 754  Effects of Some Solid Lubricants Suspended in Oil Toward Controlling the Wear Performance of a Cast Iron
BK Prasad, S Rathod, MS Yadav
Journal of Tribology 2010 Volume 132, Issue 4
TE 67
Paper # 753  Effects of Different Solid Lubricants on Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Al2O3/ZrO2 Nanocomposites
SH Kim, SH Cho, SP Hannula
Materials Science Forum 2010 Volume 658 p. 404-407
TE 77
Paper # 752  Effects of Chlorinated Paraffin and ZDDP Concentrations on Boundary Lubrication Properties of Mineral and Soybean Oils
SJ Asadauskas, G Biresaw
Tribology Letters 2010 Volume 37, Number 2, 111-121
TE 77
Paper # 751  Effect of reinforcement size and volume fraction on the abrasive wear behaviour of AA7075 Al/SiCp P/M composites–A statistical analysis
S Kumar
Tribology International 2010 Volume 43, Issues 1-2, p. 414-422
TE 53
Paper # 750  Effect of contact load and lubricant volume on the properties of tribofilms formed under boundary lubrication in a fully formulated oil under extreme load conditions
G Nehme, R Mourhatch
Wear 2010 Volume 268, Issues 9-10, p. 1129-1147
TE 53
Paper # 749  Effect of (Fe, Cr) 7C3 carbide orientation on abrasion wear resistance and fracture toughness
JJ Coronado
Wear 2010 available online 10 November 2010
TE 79
Paper # 748  Comparative study on the wear behavior of long and short glass fiber reinforced plastics
V Srinivasan, R Karthikeyan, G Ganesan
Metals and Materials International 2010 Volume 16, Number 2, 205-212
TE 53
Paper # 747  Comparative evaluation of dry sliding wear behaviour of plasma transferred arc hardfaced surfaces by the pin-on-roller method
CS Ramachandran
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Volume 224, Number 1 / 2010 p. 91-106
TE 53
Paper # 746  Cavitation and rolling wear in silicon nitride
B Karunamurthy, M Hadfield, C Vieillard
Ceramics International Volume 36, Issue 4, May 2010, p. 1373-1381
TE 92
Paper # 745  Assessing the Tribocorrosion Performance of Three Different Nickel-Based Superalloys
KC Tekin
Tribology Letters 2010 Volume 37, Number 3, 563-572
TE 88
Paper # 744  Alternative Lining Material Testing for Lifeboat Slipways
B Thomas, M Hadfield
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology. (Submitted 2010)
TE 57
Paper # 743  Abrasive wear resistance of electroless Ni-P coated aluminium after post treatment
R Rajendran
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 205, Issue 3, 25 October 2010, p. 766-772
TE 66
Paper # 742  A study of TiNiCr ternary shape memory alloys
SF Hsieh, SL Chen, HC Lin, MH Lin
Journal of Alloys and Compounds Volume 494, Issues 1-2, 2 April 2010, p. 155-160
TE 53
Paper # 741  Pin-on-Twin Reciprocating Scuffing Initiation Test
P J Blau
ORNL Tribology Research
TE 77
Paper # 740  Large Capacity Wear Testing
Vesa Saikko
Chapter 4, Biotribology, Edited by J. Paulo Davim, 2010, ISBN: 9781848212756
TE 87
Paper # 739  Using the Energy Pulse Concept for Designing Better Wear Tests
Alliston-Greiner A F
IRG WOEM OECD Paper 21-1
TE 77
Paper # 738  Lubricant ageing effects on the friction characteristics of wet clutches
K Berglund, P Marklund, R Larsson
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part J Journal of Engineering Tribology, Volume 224, Number J7, 2010, pp. 639-647
TE 67
Paper # 737  Piston ring tribology – A literature survey
P Andersson, J Tamminen, C-E Sandström
VTT Research Notes 2178 December 2002
TE 77
Paper # 736  Consideration of Test Parameters in Reciprocating Tribometers Used to Replicate Ring-On-Liner Contact
PM Lee, RJ Chittenden
Tribology Letters (On-line) 31 March 2010
TE 77
Paper # 735  Effects of proteins and pH on tribocorrosion performance of cast CoCrMo a combined electrochemical and tribological study
D Sun, JA Wharton, RJK Wood
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 2, Number 3, September 2008, 150-160(11)
TE 66
Paper # 734  Nanoscale chemistry and mechanical properties of tribofilms on AlSi alloy (A383): interaction of ZDDP, calcium detergent and molybdenum friction modifier
G Pereira, A Lachenwitzer, D Munoz-Paniagua, M Kasrai, PR Norton, TW Capehart, TA Perry, YT Cheng
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 1, Number 1, March 2007, 4-17(14)
TE 77
Paper # 733  Sliding wear characteristics of grey cast iron as influenced by sliding speed, load and environment
BK Prasad
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 2, Number 3, September 2008, 128-138(11)
TE 67
Paper # 732  Chemical and mechanical analysis of tribofilms from fully formulated oils Part 1 Films on 52100 steel
G Pereira, A Lachenwitzer, YR Li, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, PR Norton, M Abrecht, P Gilbert, T Regier, YF Hu, L Zuin
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 1, Number 1, March 2007, 48-61(14)
TE 77
Paper # 731  Improved mixed and boundary lubrication with glycerol-diamond technology
M De Barros Bouchet, C Matta, T Le-Mogne, J Michel Martin, T Sagawa, S Okuda, S, M Kano
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 1, Number 1, March 2007, 28-32(5)
TE 77
Paper # 730  Chemical and mechanical analysis of tribofilms formed from fully formulated oils Part 2 Films on AlSi alloy (A383)
G Pereira, A Lachenwitzer, YR Li, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, PR Norton, M Abrecht, P Gilbert, T Regier, YF Hu, L Zuin
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, Volume 1, Number 2, June 2007, 105-112(8)
TE 77
Paper # 729  Fretting behaviour of AISI 301 stainless steel sheet in full hard condition in contact with AISI 52100 steel
MR Hirsch, RW Neu
Tribology – Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces 2008 VOL 2 NO 1
DN 55
Paper # 728  Fretting damage in thin sheets: Analysis of an experimental configuration
MR Hirsch, RW Neu
6 th International Symposium on Fretting Fatigue, Chengdu, China, April 19-21, 2010
DN 55
Paper # 727  Application of finite element simulations for data reduction of experimental friction tests on rubber–metal contacts
J M Bielsa, M Canales, F J Martınez, M A Jimenez
Tribology International 43 (2010) 785 –795
TE 77
Paper # 726  Influence of surface roughness and coating type on the galling properties of coated forming tool steel
B Podgornik, S Hogmark , O Sandberg
Surface and Coatings Technology 184 (2004 )338 –348
TE 69
Paper # 725  The potential of plasma electrolytic oxidized eutectic aluminium-silicon alloy as a cylinder wall surface for lightweight engine blocks
K Mistry, M Priest, S Shrestha
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part J Journal of Engineering Tribology, Volume 224, Number J2, 2010, pp. 221-229
TE 77
Paper # 724  Effects of Aging on Frictional Properties of Fuel Efficient Engine Oils
Milton D Johnson, Ronald K Jensen, Erin M Clausing, Kurt Schriewer, Stefan Korcek
SAE Paper – 952532 – 10/01/1995
TE 77
Paper # 723  Dry sliding wear of Al alloy/SiCp functionally graded composites: Influence of processing conditions
AC Vieira, PD Sequeira, JR Gomes, LA Rocha
Wear Volume 267, Issues 1-4, 15 June 2009, p. 585-592
TE 67
Paper # 722  Contact Fatigue Tests and Contact Fatigue Life Analysis
Hong Lin, Gregory A Fett, Robert R Binoniemi, Mick Deis
SAE Paper – 2005-01-0795 – 04/11/2005
TE 74
Paper # 721  Assessment of Correlation Between Bench Wear Test Results and Engine Cylinder Wear, Short-Trip Service
Simon C Tung, Shirley E Schwartz, Kevin B Brogan, Chris J Mettrick
SAE Paper – 2000-01-2947 – 10/16/2000
TE 77
Paper # 720  An Investigation of Tribological Characteristics of Energy-Conserving Engine Oils Using a Reciprocating Bench Test
Simon C Tung, Spyros I Tseregounis
SAE Paper – 2000-01-1781 – 06/19/2000
TE 77
Paper # 719  Additive Interactions and Depletion Processes in Fuel Efficient Engine Oils
Milton D Johnson, Dr Stefan Korcek
SAE Paper – 971694 – 05/1997
TE 77
Paper # 718  #REF!
D Sun, JA Wharton, RJK Wood
Wear Volume 42, Issues 11-12, December 2009, p. 1595-1604
TE 66
Paper # 717  Ring pack film thickness during running-in
S L Moore, G M Hamilton
The Running-in Process in Tribology, Paper VII (ii), Page 153-161, 1982
General
Paper # 716  The piston ring at top dead centre
S L Moore, G M Hamilton
IMechE Tribology Group Proceedings 1980 Volume 194 No 36
General
Paper # 715  The starved lubrication of piston rings in a diesel engine
S L Moore, G M Hamilton
Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science Volume 20 No 6 1978
General
Paper # 714  Wear comparison between a dual mobility total hip prosthesis and a typical modular design using a hip joint simulator
V Saikko, Ming Shen
Wear 268 (2010) 617 –621
TE 86
Paper # 713  Comparative Wear Tests of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene and Cross-Linked Polyethylene
T J Joyce and A Harsha
World Tribology Congress 2009, Kyoto, Japan
TE 87
Paper # 712  The wear of PTFE against stainless steel in a multi-directional pin-on-plate wear device
T J Joyce, P Thompson, A Unsworth
Wear 255 (2003) 1030–1033
TE 87
Paper # 711  Performance analysis of an orthopaedic biomaterial100-station wear test system
V Saikko
Proc. IMechE Vol. 223 Part C: J. Mechanical Engineering Science 2010 DOI: 10.1243/09544062JMES1626
TE 87
Paper # 710  Anwendung einer Prüfmethodik zur tribologischen Untersuchung des Systems Kolbenring-Zylinderlaufbahn von Großmotoren (In German: Use of a test methodology for the tribological investigation of the piston ring/cylinder system life of high-power engines)
Jürgen Schiffer, István Gódor, Florian Grün, Herbert Krampl, Wilfried Eichlseder, Walter Dibiasi, Volker Strobl
GfT Tribologie-Fachtagung – Gottingen 21-23 September 2009
TE 92
Paper # 709  Einige Gesetzmäßigkeiten über das tribologische Verhalten von ungefüllten und gefüllten TPU-Materialien (In German: Observations of the tribological behaviour of unfilled and filled TPU materials)
István Gódor, Jürgen Schiffer, Florian Grün, Zoltán Major, Thomas Schwarz
GfT Tribologie-Fachtagung – Gottingen 21-23 September 2009
TE 77
Paper # 708  Design and Validation of Laboratory-scale Simulations for Selecting Tribomaterials and Surface Treatments
P J Blau
Invited Paper World Tribology Congress (London) 1997
General
Paper # 707  Development and Assessment of Traction Fluids for Use in Toroidal IVT Transmissions
JP Newall, DM Nicolson, A Lee, SP Evans
SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition, March 2002, Detroit, MI, USA, Session: Transmission & Driveline Systems Symposium (Part A) – IVT/CVT, Document Number: 2002-01-0588, Book Number: SP-1655
TE 73
Paper # 706  Basic Mechanisms of Diesel Lubrication Correlation of Bench and Engine Tests
A Cameron, JA Greenwood, AF Alliston-Greiner
US Army R&D Contract No. DAJ 45 86 C0007 – March 1991
TE 77
Paper # 705  Test Method to Evaluate Cylinder Liner-Piston Ring Coatings for Advanced Heat Engines
K C Radil
NASA Technical Memorandum 107526 – ARL-MR-362 – May 1996
TE 77
Paper # 704  Wear Processes in Low Speed Diesel Engines
Cees Schenk, Jan Hengeveld, Kjeld Aabo
Shell Global Solutions – OKTOBER 2003 ~ SCHIP en WERF de ZEE
TE 77
Paper # 703  Evaluating the role of spherical titanium oxide nanoparticles in reducing friction between two pieces of cast iron
MJ Kao, CR Lin
Journal of Alloys and Compounds Volume 483, Issues 1-2, 26 August 2009, p. 456-459
TE 77
Paper # 702  Engine Oil Effects on Friction and Wear Using 2.2l Direct Injection Diesel Engine Components for Bench Testing: Part 2–Tribology Bench Test Results and Surface Analyses
Simon C Tung, Michael L McMillan, Hong Gao, Ewa A Bardasz
SAE Paper – 2004-01-2005 – 06/08/2004
TE 77
Paper # 701  Tribological characteristics of aluminum alloys sliding against steel lubricated by ammonium and imidazolium ionic liquids
Jun Qu, Peter J Blau, Sheng Dai, Huimin Luo, Harry M Meyer III, John J Truhan
Wear Volume 267, Issues 5-8, 15 June 2009, p. 1226-1231
TE 77
Paper # 700  Mild and severe wear of steels and cast irons in sliding abrasion
G Pintaude, FG Bernardes, MM Santos, A Sinatora, E Albertin
Wear of Materials 2009
TE 79
Paper # 699  Load effect in abrasive wear mechanism of cast iron with graphite and cementite
JJ Coronado, A Sinatora
Wear of Materials 2009
TE 79
Paper # 698  Wear mechanisms experienced by a work roll grade high speed steel under different environmental conditions
NF Garza-Montes-de-Oca, WM Rainforth
Wear of Materials 2009
TE 53
Paper # 697  Influence of the abrasive particles size in the micro-abrasion wear tests of TiAlSiN thin coatings
MFC Andrade, RP Martinho, FJG Silva, RJD Alexandre, APM Baptista
Wear of Materials 2009
TE 66
Paper # 696  The Improvement of Hard Facing Coatings For Ground Engaging Applications by the Addition of Tungsten Carbide
AH Jones, P Roffey
Wear Volume 267, Issues 5-8, 15 June 2009, p. 925-933
TE 66
Paper # 695  Micro-abrasion-corrosion of cast CoCrMo – effects of micron and sub-micron sized abrasives
D Sun, JA Wharton, RJK Wood
Wear of Materials 2009
TE 66
Paper # 694  Exploring PVD Coatings for Cylinder Liner Applications
Padma Kodali, Nicole Stahley
SAE Paper – 2001-01-0573 – 03/05/2001
TE 77
Paper # 693  Dry sliding wear of Al alloy/SiC functionally graded composites: influence of processing conditions
AC Vieira, PD Sequeira, JR Gomes, LA Rocha
Wear of Materials 2009
TE 67
Paper # 692  Friction-induced microstructure evolution of SUS 304 meta-stable austenitic stainless steel and its influence on the wear behaviour
Xicheng Wei, Meng Hua, Zongyu Xue, Zhi Gao, Jian Li
Wear of Materials 2009
TE 67
Paper # 691  Lubricant test methods for sheet metal forming
N Bay, DD Olsson, JL Andreasen
Tribology International 41 (2008) 844–853
General
Paper # 690  Tribological evaluation of aluminum and magnesium sheet forming at high temperature
M D Hanna
Wear 267 (2009) 1046–1050
TE 77
Paper # 689  Scaling Laws for Particle Velocity in the Gas-blast Erosion Test
Stevenson A N J, Hutchings I M,
Wear Volumes 181-183, Issue 1, February 1995, p. 56-62 – 10th International Conference on Wear of Materials
TE 68
Paper # 688  Measurement of Particle Velocity in Erosion Processes
V Ponnaganti, DE Stock, GL Sheldon
ASME Symposium on Polyphase Flow and Transport Technology – 13-18 August 1980
TE 68
Paper # 687  Friction and Wear Properties Study of Nanoparticles as Additive in Lubrication Oil
Ta-Chuan Liu, James H Wang, Jerry T W Shei, Yuh-Yih Wu
SAE Paper – 2006-32-0016 – 11/13/2006
TE 77
Paper # 686  Measurement of solid particle velocity in erosive wear
A W Ruff and L K Ives – National Bureau of Standards, Washington
Wear Volume 35 (1975) 195 – 199
TE 68
Paper # 685  Ultra-high performance of DLC-coated Si3N4 rings for mechanical seals
M Vila, JM Carrapichano, JR Gomes, SS Camargo Jr, CA Achete and RF Silva
Wear Volume 265, Issues 5-6, 25 August 2008, p. 940-944
TE 92
Paper # 684  Enhanced sealing performance with CVD nanocrystalline diamond films in self-mated mechanical seals
F Mubarok, JM Carrapichano, FA Almeida, AJS Fernandes and RF Silva
Diamond and Related Materials, Volume 17, Issues 7-10, July-October 2008, p. 1132-1136
TE 92
Paper # 683  Analysis of wear and friction of total knee replacements part II: Friction and lubrication as a function of wear
M Flannery, E Jones and C Birkinshaw
Wear Volume 265, Issues 7-8, 20 September 2008, p. 1009-1016
TE 89
Paper # 682  Tribological behavior of Cr2O3 coatings as bearing materials
Hakan Cetinel, Erdal Celik and Murat I Kusoglu
Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Volume 196, Issues 1-3, 21 January 2008, p. 259-265
TE 88
Paper # 681  Tribological performance of an Al-Si alloy lubricated in the boundary regime with zinc dialkyldithiophosphate and molybdenum dithiocarbamate additives
Xia, X; Morina, A; Neville, A; Priest, M; Roshan, R; Warrens, C P; Payne, M J
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part J Journal of Engineering Tribology, Volume 222, Number 3, 2008 , pp. 305-314
TE 77
Paper # 680  Tribochemistry in sliding wear of TiCN–Ni-based cermets
BV Manoj Kumar, Bikramjit Basu, Joze Vizintin, Mitjan Kalin
Journal of Materials Research May 2008
TE 77
Paper # 679  Influence of electrical discharge machining on the reciprocating sliding wear response of WC-Co cemented carbides
K Bonny, P De Baets, W Ost, J Vleugels, S Huang, B Lauwers and W Liu
Wear Volume 266, Issues 1-2, 5 January 2009, p. 84-95
TE 77
Paper # 678  Influence of electrical discharge machining on the reciprocating sliding friction and wear response of WC–Co cemented carbides
K Bonny, P De Baets, W Ost, S Huang, J Vleugels, W Liu and B Lauwers
International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials Volume 27, Issue 2, March 2009, Pages 350-359
TE 77
Paper # 677  Reciprocating sliding friction and wear behavior of electrical discharge machined zirconia-based composites against WC–Co cemented carbide
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Vleugels, O Van der Biest, A Salehi, W Liu and B Lauwers
International Journal of Refractory Metals and Hard Materials Volume 27, Issue 2, March 2009, Pages 449-457
TE 77
Paper # 676  Influence of secondary electro-conductive phases on the electrical discharge machinability and frictional behavior of ZrO2-based ceramic composites
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Vleugels, A Salehi, O Van der Biest, B Lauwers and W Liu
Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Volume 208, Issues 1-3, 21 November 2008, p. 423-430
TE 77
Paper # 675  Reciprocative sliding wear of ZrO2–TiCN composites against WC-Co cemented carbide
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Vleugels, A Salehi, B Lauwers and W Liu
Wear Volume 265, Issues 11-12, 26 November 2008, p. 1767-1775
TE 77
Paper # 674  Analysis of interface temperature, forward slip and lubricant influence on friction and wear in cold rolling
K Louaisil, M Dubar, R Deltombe, A Dubois and L Dubar
Wear Volume 266, Issues 1-2, 5 January 2009, p. 119-128
TE 77
Paper # 673  Boundary lubrication film formation from phosphorus antiwear additives with application to metal V-belt type continuously variable transmission lubricants
K Narita, M Priest
Journal Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Issue Volume 222, Number 3 / 2008 p. 343-356
TE 77
Paper # 672  Calculation and significance of the maximum polymer surface temperature T* in reciprocating cylinder-on-plate sliding
Pieter Samyn, Gustaaf Schoukens
Polymer Engineering and Science 2008 Volume 48 Issue 4, p. 774 – 785
TE 77
Paper # 671  Sliding Wear of Electrically Conductive ZrO2−WC Composites Against WC–Co Cemented Carbide
K Bonny , P De Baets, J Vleugels, A Salehi, O Van der Biest, B Lauwers and W Liu
Tribology Letters Issue Volume 30, Number 3 / June, 2008 p. 191-198
TE 77
Paper # 670  The sliding behaviour of sintered and thermoplastic polyimides investigated by thermal and Raman spectroscopic measurements
Pieter Samyn, Jan Quintelier, Gustaaf Schoukens and Patrick De Baets
Wear Volume 264, Issues 9-10, 10 April 2008, p. 869-876
TE 77
Paper # 669  The Effect of Steel Hardness on the Performance of ZDDP Antiwear Films: A Multi-Technique Approach
Yue-Rong Li, Gavin Pereira, Masoud Kasrai and Peter R Norton
Tribology Letters Issue Volume 29, Number 3 / March, 2008
TE 77
Paper # 668  The lubricity of graphite flake inclusions in sintered polyimides affected by chemical reactions at high temperatures
Pieter Samyn and Gustaaf Schoukens
Carbon, Volume 46, Issue 7, June 2008, p. 1072-1084
TE 77
Paper # 667  Dry Reciprocating Sliding Friction and Wear Response of WC–Ni Cemented Carbides
K Bonny , P De Baets, J Vleugels, S Huang and B Lauwers
Tribology Letters Issue Volume 31, Number 3 / September, 2008
TE 77
Paper # 666  Friction and wear performance of diamond-like carbon and Cr-doped diamond-like carbon coatings in contact with steel surfaces
H Renondeau, R I Taylor, G C Smith, A A Torrance
Journal Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Issue Volume 222, Number 3 / 2008 p. 231-240
TE 77
Paper # 665  Influence of electrical discharge machining on tribological behavior of ZrO2–TiN composites
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Vleugels, A Salehi, O Van der Biest, B Lauwers and W Liu
Wear Volume 265, Issues 11-12, 26 November 2008, p. 1884-1892
TE 77
Paper # 664  Parametric Optimization of Periodic Textured Surfaces for Friction Reduction in Combustion Engines
Costin Caciu; Etienne Decencire; Dominique Jeulin
Tribology Transactions, Volume 51, Issue 4 July 2008 , p. 533 – 541
TE 77
Paper # 663  Application of diamond-like carbon coatings to elastomers frictional surfaces
L Martínez, R Nevshupa, L Álvarez, Y Huttel, J Méndez, E Román, E Mozas, JR Valdés, MA Jimenez, Y Gachon, C Heau and F Faverjon
Tribology International Volume 42, Issue 4, April 2009, Pages 584-590
TE 77
Paper # 662  Tribological characteristics of ashless dithiocarbamate derivatives and their combinations with ZDDP as additives in mineral oil
Kaizhong Fan, Jing Li, Haibing Ma, Hua Wu, Tianhui Ren, M Kasrai and GM Bancroft
Tribology International, Volume 41, Issue 12, December 2008, p. 1226-1231
TE 77
Paper # 661  Tribological properties of ionic liquids as lubricants and additives. Part 1: synergistic tribofilm formation between ionic liquids and tricresyl phosphate
Fox MT, Priest M
Journal Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Issue Volume 222, Number 3 / 2008 p. 291-303
TE 77
Paper # 660  The Influence on Boundary Friction of the Permeability of Sintered Bronze
Pär Marklund , Kim Berglund, Roland Larsson
Tribology Letters Issue Volume 31, Number 1 / July, 2008 p. 1-8
TE 67
Paper # 659  HFCVD nanocrystalline diamond coatings for tribo-applications in the presence of water
CS Abreu, M Amaral, FJ Oliveira, JR Gomes and RF Silva
Diamond and Related Materials, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 8 September 2008,
TE 67
Paper # 658  Friction and wear behavior of SUS 304 austenitic stainless steel against Al2O3 ceramic ball under relative high load
Meng Hua, Wei Xicheng and Li Jian
Wear Volume 265, Issues 5-6, 25 August 2008, p. 799-810
TE 67
Paper # 657  Comparative study of friction behaviour of alumina and zirconia ceramics against steel under water lubricated conditions
J Paulo Davim, Edgar Santos, Catarina Pereira, JMF Ferreira
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology 2008 Volume: 60 Issue: 4 Page: 178 – 182
TE 67
Paper # 656  TiCxOy thin films for decorative applications: Tribocorrosion mechanisms and synergism
MT Mathew, E Ariza, LA Rocha, AC Fernandes and F Vaz
Tribology International, Volume 41, Issue 7, July 2008, p. 603-615
TE 67
Paper # 655  Stress state and fracture behavior of alumina–mullite intragranular particulate composites
FC Zhang, HH Luo, TS Wang, M Zhang and YN Sun
Composites Science and Technology, Volume 68, Issues 15-16, December 2008, p. 3245-3250
TE 66
Paper # 654  Microabrasion–corrosion of cast CoCrMo alloy in simulated body fluids
D Sun, JA Wharton, RJK Wood, L Ma and WM Rainforth
Tribology International, Volume 42, Issue 1, January 2009, p. 99-110
TE 66
Paper # 653  Exposure effects of strong alkaline conditions on the microscale abrasion–corrosion of D-gun sprayed WC–10Co–4Cr coating
MR Thakare, JA Wharton, RJK Wood, C Menger,
Tribology International, Volume 41, Issue 7, July 2008, p. 629-639
TE 66
Paper # 652  Micro-abrasion resistance of thermochemically treated steels in aqueous solutions: Mechanisms, maps, materials selection
MT Mathew, MM Stack, B Matijevic, LA Rocha, and E Ariza
Tribology International Volume 41, Issue 2, February 2008, p. 141-149
TE 66
Paper # 651  Wear resistance of reaction sintered alumina/mullite composites
HH Luo, FC Zhang and SG Roberts
Materials Science and Engineering: A, Volume 478, Issues 1-2, 15 April 2008, p. 270-275
TE 66
Paper # 650  Influence factors on wear resistance of two alumina matrix composites
FC Zhang, HH Luo, TS Wang, SG Roberts and RI Todd
Wear Volume 265, Issues 1-2, 25 June 2008, p. 27-33
TE 66
Paper # 649  Adhesion and abrasive wear resistance of TiN deposited on electrical discharge machined WC–Co cemented carbides
B Casas, U Wiklund, S Hogmark and L Llanes
Wear Volume 265, Issues 3-4, 31 July 2008, p. 490-496
TE 66
Paper # 648  Abrasive wear resistance of Ti1 − xAlxN hard coatings deposited by a vacuum arc system with lateral rotating cathodes
Xing-zhao Ding, CT Bui and XT Zeng
Surface and Coatings Technology, Volume 203, Issues 5-7, 25 December 2008, p. 680-684
TE 66
Paper # 647  Characterisation of ZrO2 layers deposited on Al2O3 coating
Suzana Jakovljević, Willy Hendrix, Danny Havermans and Jan Meneve
Wear Volume 266, Issues 3-4, 5 February 2009, Pages 417-423
TE 66
Paper # 646  Some thoughts on neural network modelling of microabrasion–corrosion processes
P Srinivasa Pai, MT Mathew, MM Stack and LA Rocha
Tribology International, Volume 41, Issue 7, July 2008, p. 672-681
TE 66
Paper # 645  A comparison of the abrasive wear behaviour of iron-chromium based hardfaced coatings deposited by SMAW and electric arc spraying
VE Buchanan, DG McCartney and PH Shipway
Wear Volume 264, Issues 7-8, 15 March 2008, p. 542-549
TE 56
Paper # 644  Developing a mathematical model to evaluate wear rate of AA7075/SiCp powder metallurgy composites
S Kumar and V Balasubramanian
Wear Volume 264, Issues 11-12, 10 May 2008, p. 1026-1034
TE 53
Paper # 643  Plasma sprayed composite coatings obtained by liquid injection of secondary phases
F Cipri, F Marra, G Pulci, J Tirillò, C Bartuli and T Valente
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 203, Issue 15, 25 May 2009, Pages 2116-2124
TE 53
Paper # 642  Wear Mechanism of Glass Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Composites Under Dry Sliding Using Fuzzy Clustering Technique
V Srinivasan, B Asaithambi, G Ganesan, R Karthikeyan, and K Palanikumar
Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites 2008
TE 53
Paper # 641  Fretting Behavior of AISI 301 Stainless Steel Sheet n Full Hard Condition
M R Hirsch
Thesis presented to the Academic Faculty Georgia Institute of Technology August 2008
DN 55
Paper # 640  High-load fretting of Ti–6Al–4V interfaces in point contact
X Huang and RW Neu
Wear Volume 265, Issues 7-8, 20 September 2008, p. 971-978
DN 55
Paper # 639  Fretting wear behavior of conventional and nanostructured Al2O3–13 wt%TiO2 coatings fabricated by plasma spray
W Tian, Y Wang and Y Yang
Wear Volume 265, Issues 11-12, 26 November 2008, p. 1700-1707
DN 44
Paper # 638  The role of martensite reorientation in the fretting behaviour of nickel titanium shape memory alloy
Qian L, Sun Q, Zhou Z
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part J Journal of Engineering Tribology, Volume 222, Number 7, 2008 , pp. 887-897
DN 44
Paper # 637  Effect of ceramic conversion treatments on the surface damage and nickel ion release of NiTi alloys under fretting corrosion conditions
H Dong, X Ju , H Yang, L Qian and Z Zhou
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine Issue Volume 19, Number 2 / February, 2008 p. 937-946
DN 44
Paper # 636  The effect of lubricating oil condition on the friction and wear of piston ring and cylinder liner materials in a reciprocating bench test
John J Truhan, Jun Qu, Peter J Blau
Wear 259 (2005) 1048–1055
TE 77
Paper # 635  A quantitative approach of Ti–6Al–4V fretting damage: friction, wear and crack nucleation
S Fouvry, P Duóa, P Perruchaut
Wear Volume 257, Issues 9-10, November 2004, p. 916-929
DN 55
Paper # 634  A practical methodology to select fretting palliatives: Application to shot peening, hard chromium and WC-Co coatings
K Kubiak, S Fouvry, AM Marechal
Wear Volume 259, Issues 1-6, July-August 2005, p. 367-376
DN 44
DN 55
Paper # 633  Frictional Characterisation of Explanted Charnley Hip Prostheses
Hall RM, Unsworth A, Wroblewski BM, Burgess IC,
Wear Volume 175, 1994, 159-166
TE 89
Paper # 632  Frictional Properties of Artificial Hip Joints
Unsworth A, Pearcy MJ White EFT, White G,
Engineering in Medicine, 17 (30), 1988, 101-104.
TE 89
Paper # 631  A new concept in liquid jet erosion: Commissioning and proving trials
AJ Gant, MG Gee, G Plint,
Wear Volume 263, Issues 1-6, 10 September 2007, p. 284-288
TE 64
Paper # 630  Wear behaviour of thermal flame sprayed FeCr coatings on plain carbon steel substrate
B Uyulgan, E Dokumaci, E Celik, I Kayatekin, NF Ak Azema, I Ozdemira, M Toparli,
Journal of Materials Processing Technology Volume 190, Issues 1-3, 23 July 2007, p. 204-210
TE 88
Paper # 629  Load-Dependent Transition in Sliding Wear Properties of TiCNWCNi Cermets
BV Manoj Kumar, B Basu, M Kalin, J Vizintin,
Journal of the American Ceramic Society Volume 90, Number 5, May 2007 , pp. 1534-1540
TE 77
Paper # 628  Friction and Wear Mechanisms of Sintered and Thermoplastic Polyimides under Adhesive Sliding
P Samyn, G Schoukens, F Verpoort, J Van Craenenbroeck, P De Baets,
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering Volume 292, Issue 5 , p. 523 – 556
TE 77
Paper # 627  Correlation between the tribological behaviour and wear particle morphology—case of grey cast iron 250 versus Graphite and PTFE
C KOWANDY, C RICHARD, YM CHEN, JJ TESSIER,
Wear Volume 262, Issues 7-8, 15 March 2007, p. 996-1006
TE 77
Paper # 626  Highly effective friction modifiers from nano-sized materials
DA Bokarev, VN Bakunin, GN Kuz’mina, OP Parenago,
Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils Volume 43, Number 4 / July, 2007
TE 77
Paper # 625  Fuel Efficient Lubricant Formulations for Passenger Cars Or Heavy Duty Trucks
Henri Bourgognon, Bernard Lamy, Francois Benard, Frederic Espinoux
SAE Paper – 2000-01-2055 – 06/19/2000
TE 77
Paper # 624  Experimental analysis of tribological properties of lubricating oils with nanoparticle additives
YY WU, WC TSUI, TC LIU,
Wear Volume 262, Issues 7-8, 15 March 2007, p. 819-825
TE 77
Paper # 623  A variable temperature mechanical analysis of ZDDP-derived antiwear films formed on 52100 steel
G Pereira, D Munoz-Paniagua, A Lachenwitzer, M Kasrai, P R Norton, T W Capehart, TA Perry, YT Cheng,
Wear Volume 262, Issues 3-4, 4 February 2007, p. 461-470
TE 77
Paper # 622  Effect of the microstructure of thermally sprayed coatings on friction and wear response under lubricated and dry sliding conditions
L Prchlik, S Sampath,
Wear Volume 262, Issues 1-2, 4 January 2007, p. 11-23
TE 77
Paper # 621  X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy and Morphology Study on Antiwear Films Derived from ZDDP Under Different Sliding Frequencies
YR Li, G Pereira, A Lachenwitzer, M Kasrai, PR Norton
Tribology Letters Volume 27, Number 3 / September, 2007
TE 77
Paper # 620  Relationship between test severity and wear mode transition in micro-abrasive wear tests
RC Cozza, JDB de Mello, DK Tanaka, RM Souza,
Wear Volume 263, Issues 1-6, 10 September 2007, p. 111-116
TE 67
Paper # 619  Tribological properties of the directionally oriented warp knit GFRP composites
MT Mathew, NV Padaki, LA Rocha, JR Gomes, R Alagirusamy, B L Deopura, R Fangueiro,
Wear Volume 263, Issues 7-12, 10 September 2007, p. 930-938
TE 67
Paper # 618  A note on tribological behaviour of α-sialon/steel couples under dry conditions
P Reis, JP Davim, X Xu, JMF Ferreira
Materials and Design Volume 28, Issue 4, 2007, p. 1343-1347
TE 67
Paper # 617  Prediction on tribological behaviour of composite PEEK-CF30 using artificial neural networks
X LiuJie, JP Davim, R Cardoso,
Journal of Materials Processing Technology Volume 189, Issues 1-3, 6 July 2007, p. 374-378
TE 67
Paper # 616  Temperature field and wear prediction for UHMWPE acetabular cup with assumed rectangular surface texture
GN Dong, M Hua, J Li, KB Chuah
Materials and Design Volume 28, Issue 9, 2007, p. 2402-2416
TE 67
Paper # 615  Experimental characterization of frictional behaviour of clutch facings using Pin-on-disk machine
M Bezzazi, A Khamlichi, A Jabbouri, P Reis, JP Davim
Materials and Design Volume 28, Issue 7, 2007, p. 2148-2153
TE 67
Paper # 614  Wear of bulk ceramics in micro-scale abrasion—The role of abrasive shape and hardness and its relevance to testing of ceramic coatings
PH Shipway, JJ Hogg,
Wear Volume 263, Issues 7-12, 10 September 2007, p. 887-895
TE 66
Paper # 613  Exposure effects of alkaline drilling fluid on the microscale abrasion–corrosion of WC-based hardmetals
MR Thakare, JA Wharton, RJK Wood, C Menger,
Wear Volume 263, Issues 1-6, 10 September 2007, p. 125-136
TE 66
Paper # 612  Synergistic effects of micro-abrasion–corrosion of UNS S30403, S31603 and S32760 stainless steels
JO Bello, RJK Wood, JA Wharton,
Wear Volume 263, Issues 1-6, 10 September 2007, p. 149-159
TE 66
Paper # 611  A Tribological Study for an Increased Coefficient of Friction in the Extraction of Sugarcane Juice
G OLIVER,
Tribology Transactions Volume 50, Issue 2 April 2007 , p. 198 – 204
TE 56
Paper # 610  HFCVD nanocrystalline diamond coatings for tribo-applications in the presence of water
CS Abreu, M Amaral, FJ Oliveira, JR Gomes
Diamond and Related Materials Volume 18, Issues 2-3, February-March 2009, p. 271-275
TE 67
Paper # 609  A quantitative analysis of the influence of carbides size distributions on wear behaviour of high-speed steel in dry rolling/sliding contact
C Rodenburg, WM Rainforth,
Acta Materialia Volume 55, Issue 7, April 2007, p. 2443-2454
TE 53
Paper # 608  Experimental Study of the Smoothing Effect of a Ceramic Rolling Element on a Bearing Raceway in Contaminated Lubrication
W Wang, PL Wong, F He, GTY Wan,
Tribology Letters Volume 28, Number 1 / October, 2007
TE 53
Paper # 607  The friction and wear of various hard-face claddings for deep-hole drilling
J Truhan, R Menon, F LeClaire, J Wallin, J Qu, P Blau,
Wear Volume 263, Issues 1-6, 10 September 2007, p. 234-239
TE 53
Paper # 606  A hip wear simulator with 100 test stations
Saikko V
J Eng Med, 2005, 219, 309-318.
TE 87
Paper # 605  A 12-station, anatomic hip joint simulator
Saikko V
J Eng Med, 2005, 219, 437-448.
TE 86
Paper # 604  Test Methods to Visualize the Break-down Behaviour of Sliding Bearing Materials
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W, Gärtner W
STLE/ASME International Joint Tribology Conference, 2007, IJTC2007-44150, in Print (B, V)
TE 92
Paper # 603  Test Methods for the Characterisation of Different Designed Tribomaterials
Gódor I, Grün F, Eichlseder W
Proceedings of the European Conference on Tribology ECOTRIB 2007, pp. 1123-1134, Ljubljana, Slovenia, ISBN 978-961-90254-8-2 (B, V)
TE 92
Paper # 602  Aluminium-base bearings – performance, limitations, new developments
Mergen,R, Gumpoldsberger G, Grün F, Gódor I, Langbein F
CIMAC Congress 2007, Vienna (P)
TE 92
Paper # 601  Schadensorientierte Prüfmethoden und abgeleitete Funktionsmodelle für Gleitwerkstoffe (Damage-oriented testing methods and derived working models for sliding materials)
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W
Tribologie und Schmierungstechnik, 2007, in Print (B)
TE 92
Paper # 600  Tribologisches Werkstoffverhalten von thermoplastischen Polyurethan-Dichtungswerkstoffen
Gódor I, Major Z, Grün F
Symposium 2006 der Österreichischen Tribologischen Gesellschaft, 2006, Steyr, ISBN 978-3-901657-23-8, S. 57-64 (B, V)
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Paper # 599  Vergleich der Funktionsweise von Tribomaterialien unterschiedlichen Aufbaus in Gleitanwendungen (Comparison of the functional mode of tribo-materials of different structure in sliding applications)
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W, Gärtner W
Symposium 2006 der Österreichischen Tribologischen Gesellschaft, 2006, Steyr, ISBN 978-3-901657-23-8, S. 89-96 (B, V)
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Paper # 598  Funktionsweise von Werkstoffen unter tribologischer Beanspruchung
Gódor I, Grün F, Major Z
4. Werkstoffkongress, 2006, Leoben (V)
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Paper # 597  Characterisation of Tribomaterials by Simulation and Tribological Tests
Grün F, Gódor I, Leitgeb A, Köberl H, Eichlseder W
23rd Danubia-Adria Symposium on Experimental Methods in Solid Mechanics, 2006, Podbanské (Slowakei), ISBN 80-8070-589-5 (B, P)
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Paper # 596  Schadensanalytik als Basis für tribometrische Untersuchungen am Beispiel eines Gleitlagers (Damage analysis as basis for tribometric investigation of a sliding bearing)
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W
Tribologie Fachtagung der Gesellschaft für Tribologie (GfT) – Reibung, Schmierung und Verschleiß – Forschung und praktische Anwendungen, 2006, Göttingen, ISBN 978-3-00-019670-6 (B, V)
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Paper # 595  Tribological Test Engineering – Comparison of Sliding Bearings with Tribological Model Tests
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W
Transactions of FAMENA, 30 (2006) 1, S. 37-44, Zagreb (Kroatien), ISSN 1333-1124 (B)
TE 92
Paper # 594  Development of a Tribological Functional and Failure Model for PTFE-Bz Compounds
Gódor I, Major Z, Eichlseder W, Leitgeb A, Grün F
34. Summer School – Conference „Advanced Problems in Mechanics (APM)“, 2006, St. Petersburg (Russland), http://www.apm.ruweb.net, S. 38 (B, V)
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Paper # 593  Tribological Studies on Sliding Bearings on the Basis of Damage Analysis
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W
34. Summer School – Conference, Advanced Problems in Mechanics (APM)“, 2006, St. Petersburg (Russland), http://www.apm.ruweb.net, S. 41 (B, V)
TE 92
Paper # 592  Tribologische Prüftechnik – Vergleich Bauteilprüfung von Gleitlagern mit Prüfung an einem tribologischen Ersatzmodell
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W
Österreichische Ingenieur- und Architekten-Zeitschrift (ÖIAZ), 151 (2006) 1-3, S. 34-41 (B)
TE 92
Paper # 591  Tribometric Analysis of two Tribo-Materials with Different Contact Geometries – Critical Reflection and Simulation of the Results; Analysis and Simulation of Contact Problems
Grün F, Gódor I, Araujo B, Eichlseder W
Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics, 27 (2006), S. 387-388, Springer Verlag, ISBN-13 978-3-540-31760-9 (B)
TE 92
Paper # 590  Schadensorientierte Prüfmethodenentwicklung am Beispiel eines Gleitlagers
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W
1. Leobener Betriebsfestigkeitstage, 2006, Planneralm, ISBN-10: 3-902544-00-7, ISBN-13: 978-3-902544-00-1, S. 45-60 (B, V)
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Paper # 589  Messdatenerfassung an einer Prüfmaschine mit LabVIEW – Komplexe Datenerfassung an einem Tribometer (Reibprüfstand) – Zeitbasierte oder drehwinkelgesteuerte Messung bis 3.000 U/min
Lang A, Grün F
Virtuelle Instrumente in der Praxis, Begleitband zum Kongress VIP 2006, Hüthig Verlag, 2006, ISBN 3-7785-2976-6 (B, V)
TE 92
Paper # 588  Development of ABAQUS Model for Compound Material Friction Temperature Dependency Simulation
Vitek T, Grün F, Leitgeb A, Stoschka M, Gódor I, Eichlseder W
Winter Workshop of Applied Mechanics, Czech Technical University Prague, 2006, Prag (Tschechien), ISBN 80-01-03455-0, S. 46-51 (B)
TE 92
Paper # 587  Calibrating Tribological Tests on the Basis of Simulation Models
Grün F, Gódor I, Vitek T, Eichlseder W
Winter Workshop of Applied Mechanics, Czech Technical University Prague, 2006, Prag (Tschechien), ISBN 80-01-03455-0, S. 8-15 (B)
TE 92
Paper # 586  Entwicklung von tribologischen Prüfmethoden für geschmierte Bauteile
Grün F, Gódor I, Araujo B, Eichlseder W
Symposium 2005 der Österreichischen Tribologischen Gesellschaft, 2005, Graz, ISBN 3-901657-19-3, S. 101-108 (V, B)
TE 92
Paper # 585  Development of Tribological Test Methods
Grün F, Gódor I, Eichlseder W, Köberl H, Lang H
22nd Danubia Adria Symposium, 2005, Parma (Italien), S. 192-193 (B, P)
TE 92
Paper # 584  Fundamental research on tribology of PTFE wear parts opens windows of opportunity for improved materials
A Dittmann, B Spiegl, P Steinruck
4th Conference of the EFRC June 9/10 2005 Antwerp
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Paper # 583  Investigation of fundamental wear mechanisms at piston ring and cylinder wall interface in internal combustion engines
P Papadopolous, M Priest, W M Rainforth
Journal of Engineering Tribology May 2007 Volume 221 No J3 p. 333-343
TE 77
Paper # 582  Friction characteristics between metal contacting surfaces from anti-wear additives with application to metal V-belt type continuosly variable transmission lubricants
K Narita, M Priest
Journal of Engineering Tribology May 2007 Volume 221 No J3 p. 195-207
TE 77
Paper # 581  The development of a “pin on twin” scuffing test to evaluate materials for heavy-duty diesel fuel injectors
JJ Truhan, J Qu, PJ Blau
Tribology Transactions Volume 50 Number 1 January – March 2007
TE 77
Paper # 580  X-ray absorption spectroscopy of antiwear films on aluminum alloys generated from zinc
M Fuller, M Kasrai, JS Sheasby, GM Bancroft
Tribology Letters 1 (1995) 367-378
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Paper # 579  Wear transitions and stability of polyoxymethylene homopolymer in highly loaded applications compared to small-scale testing
P Samyn, P De Baets, G Schoukens, J Quintelier
Tribology International Volume 40, Issue 5, May 2007, p. 819-833
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Paper # 578  Wear Testing of Seals in Magneto-Rheological Fluids
V Iyengar, A Alexandridis, S Tung, D Rule
Tribology Transactions, 2004 47:1 – 23-28 – Taylor & Francis
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Paper # 577  Wear testing and specification of hydraulic fluid in industrial applications
H Olsson, J Ukonsaari
Tribology International Volume 36, Issue 11, November 2003, p. 835-841
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Paper # 576  Wear of ceramic particle-reinforced metal-matrix composites
ZF Zhang, LC Zhang, YW Mai
Journal of Materials Science Issue Volume 30, Number 8 / January, 1995 p. 1967-1971
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Paper # 575  Wear mechanisms of monolithic and multicomponent nitride coatings grown by combined arc etching and unbalanced magnetron sputtering
Q Luo, WM Rainforth, WD Münz
Surface and Coatings Technology Volumes 146-147, September-October 2001, p. 430-435
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Paper # 574  Wear mechanisms associated with the lubrication of zirconia ceramics in various aqueous solutions
M Kalin, G Dražič, S Novak, J Vižintin
Journal of the European Ceramic Society, Volume 26, Issue 3, 2006, p. 223-232
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Paper # 573  Wear behaviour of tool steels with added(WTi) C particles
AJ Leonard, WM Rainforth
Wear Volume 255, Number 1, August 2003, pp. 517-526
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Paper # 572  Wear Behaviour of Plasma Sprayed WC-Ni Coatings
C Tekmen, H Cetinel, A Turk, E Celik
Key Engineering Materials Volume 264 – 268 (2004) p. 589 – 592
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Paper # 571  Wear behavior on advanced structural ceramics: α-sialon matrix reinforced with β-sialon fibers
P Reis, V Filho, JP Davim, X Xu, JMF Ferreira
Materials & Design Volume 28, Issue 4, 2007, p. 1343-1347
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Paper # 570  Wear behavior of austempered ductile irons with dual matrix structures
Y Sahin, M Erdogan, V Kilicli
Materials Science and Engineering: A Volume 444, Issues 1-2, 25 January 2007, p. 31-38
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Paper # 569  UHV friction of tribofilms derived from metal dithiophosphates – all 3 versions »
C Grossiord, JM Martin, T Le Mogne, T Palermo
Tribology Letters 6 (1999) 171–179
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Paper # 568  Tribological studies of ZrO-implanted on stainless steel substrate
H Dogan, F Findik, A Oztarhan
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Dec 2004 Volume: 56 Issue: 6 Page: 341 – 345
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Paper # 567  Tribological properties of perfluoralkylethyl methacrylate-polymethyl methacrylate copolymer thin films
Y Tongkhundam, A Sirivat, W Brostow
Polymer Volume 45, Issue 26, December 2004, p. 8731-8738
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Paper # 566  Tribological Properties of Hot Pressed Alumina-Silicon Carbide Nanocomposite
SH Kim, YH Kim, T Sekino, K Niihara, SW Lee
AzoJoMo DOI: 10.2240/azojomo0144 Posted: September 2005
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Paper # 565  Tribological comparative study of conventional and composite materials in biomedical applications
N Marques, JP Davim
Engineering Materials 2002
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Paper # 564  Tribological behaviour of the composite PEEK-CF30 at dry sliding against steel using statistical
JP Davim, R Cardoso
Materials and Design, 2006 – Volume 27, Issue 4, 2006, p. 338-342 – Elsevier
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Paper # 563  Tribological behaviour of Si3N4–BN ceramic materials for dry sliding applications
JM Carrapichano, JR Gomes, RF Silva
Wear Volume 253, Number 9, November 2002, pp. 1070-1076
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Paper # 562  Tribological behaviour of multi-layered PVD nitride coatings
V Imbeni, C Martini, E Lanzoni, G Poli, IM Hutchings
Wear Volume 251, Number 1, October 2001, pp. 997-1002
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Paper # 561  Tribological behaviour of diamond-like carbon coatings applied on polymer extrusion dies
P De Baets, P Deckers, F Van Parys, K Vercammen
World Tribology Congress 2001
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Paper # 560  Tribological behaviour of colloidally processed sialon ceramics sliding against steel under dry conditions
P Reis, JP Davim, X Xu, JMF Ferreira
Tribology Letters Volume 18, Number 3 / March, 2005 p. 295-301
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Paper # 559  Tribological behaviour of ACD Ni-P/PVD nitride/dlc multilayered coatings
E Lanzoni, C Martini, G Poli, D Prandstraller, L Nobili
Tribotest Volume 12, Issue 1 , p. 29 – 46
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Paper # 558  Tribological Behavior of Patterned PVD TiN Coatings on M2 Steel
M Hua, HY Ma, CK Mok, J Li
Tribology Letters Volume 17, Number 3 / October, 2004 p. 645-653
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Paper # 557  Tribological behavior and tribofilm composition in lubricated systems containing surface-capped molybdenum sulfide nanoparticles
VN Bakunin, GN Kuzmina, M Kasrai, OP Parenago, C Migdal, P Stott
Tribology Letters – Volume 22, Number 3 / June, 2006
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Paper # 556  Tribofilms generated from ZDDP and DDP on steel surfaces: Part 1, growth, wear and morphology
Z Zhang, ES Yamaguchi, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft
Tribology Letters Volume 19, Number 3 / July, 2005 p. 211-220
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Paper # 555  Tribochemistry of PFPAE fluid on M-50 surfaces by FTIR spectroscopy
J LIANG, LS HELMICK
Tribology Transactions 1996, 39:33, 705-709
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Paper # 554  Tribochemistry of Overbased Calcium Detergents Studied by ToF-SIMS and Other Surface Analyses
L Cizaire, JM Martin, E Gresser, NT Dinh, C Heau
Tribology Letters Volume 17, Number 4 / November, 2004 p. 715-721
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Paper # 553  Tribochemical Wear of Rail Steels Lubricated with Synthetic Ester-Based Model Lubricants
P Waara, T Norrby, B Prakash
Tribology Letters Issue Volume 17, Number 3 / October, 2004 p. 561 – 568
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Paper # 552  Tribochemical interactions between molybdenum dithiophosphate and succinimide additives
C Guerret-Piecourt, C Grossiord, T Le Mogne, JM Martin, T Palermo
Surface and Interface Analysis Volume 30, Issue 1 , p. 646 – 650
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Paper # 551  Topography and nanomechanical properties of tribochemical films derived from zinc dialkyl and diaryl
JF Graham, C McCague, PR Norton
Tribology Letters 6 (1999) 149–157
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Paper # 550  Ti-6Al-4V strengthened by laser melt injection of WCp particles
JA Vreeling, V Ocelik, JTM Hosson
Acta Materialia, Volume 50, Number 19, 14 November 2002, pp. 4913-4924
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Paper # 549  Thermo-mechanical model to predict the tribological behaviour of the composite PEEK-CF 30/steel pair
JP Davim, R Cardoso
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Oct 2005 Volume: 57 Issue: 5 Page: 181 – 186
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Paper # 548  Thermal transitions in polyimide transfer under sliding against steel, investigated by raman spectroscopy and thermal analysis
P Samyn, P De Baets, J Van Craenenbroeck, F Verpoort, G Schoukens
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2006, Volume 101, No 3, p. 1407-1425
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Paper # 547  Thermal aging effects on mechanical and tribological performance of PEEK and short fiber reinforced PEEK composites
T Sınmazçelik, T Yılmaz
Materials & Design Volume 28, Issue 2, 2007, p. 641-648
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Paper # 546  The wear of wrought aluminium alloys under dry sliding conditions
MJ Ghazali, WM Rainforth, H Jones
Tribology International Volume 40, Issue 2, February 2007, p. 160-169
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Paper # 545  The use of X‐ray absorption spectroscopy for monitoring the thickness of antiwear films from ZDDP
ML Suominen Fuller, L Rodriguez Fernandez, GR Massoumi, WN Lennard, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft
Tribology Letters Volume 8, Number 4 / May, 2000 p. 187-192
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Paper # 544  The use of post-mortem Raman spectroscopy in explaining friction and wear behaviour of sintered polyimide at high temperature
P Samyn, J Vancraenenbroeck, F Verpoort, P De Baets
Tribotest Volume 12, Issue 3 , p. 223 – 236
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Paper # 543  The tribological properties of several silahydrocarbons for use in space mechanisms
WR Jones Jr, MJ Jansen, LJ Gschwender, CE Snyder, SK Sharma, RE Predmore, MJ Dube
Proceedings of the 9th European Space Mechanisms and Tribology Symposium, 19-21 September 2001, Liège, Belgium. ESA Publications Division, ISBN 92-9092-761-5, 2001, p. 57 – 63
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Paper # 542  The role of the cation in antiwear films formed from ZDDP on 52100 steel
G Pereira, A Lachenwitzer, D Munoz-Paniagua, M Kasrai, P Norton, M Abrecht, P Gilbert
Tribology Letters Volume 23, Number 2 / August 2006 p. 109-119
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Paper # 541  The role of phase transition in the fretting behavior of NiTi shape memory alloy
L Qian, Z Zhou, Q Sun
Wear 259 (2005) Page 309–318
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Paper # 540  The influence of ring crack location on the rolling contact fatigue failure of lubricated silicon
Y Wang, M Hadfield
Wear 243, Number 1, 28 August 2000, Page 157-166
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Paper # 539  The effects of material combination and surface roughness in lubricated silicon nitride/steel balls
J Kang, M Hadfield, R Ahmed
Tribology International Volume 37, Issue 6, June 2004, p. 463-471
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Paper # 538  The effects of lapping load in finishing advanced ceramic balls on a novel eccentric lapping machine
J Kang, M Hadfield
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part B Journal of Engineering Manufacture, Number B7, July 2005, pp. 505-514
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Paper # 537  The effect of residual stresses in functionally graded alumina–ZTA composites on their wear and friction behaviour
S Novak, M Kalin, P Lukas, G Anne, J Vleugels, O Van Der Biest
Journal of the European Ceramic Society Volume 27, Issue 1, 2007, p. 151-156
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Paper # 536  The Effect of Heat Treatment on Sliding Wear Behaviour of a Zinc-Based Alloy Containing Nickel and Silicon
BK Prasad
Tribology Letters Issue Volume 15, Number 3 / October, 2003 p. 333-341
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Paper # 535  The decomposition reaction path of a linear PFPAE under tribological conditions
LS Helmick, JC Liang, BE Ream
Tribology Letters 4 (1998) 287–292
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Paper # 534  The Correlation of Microchemical Properties to Antiwear (AW) Performance in Ashless Thiophosphate Oil Additives
MN Najman, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, BH Frazer, G De Stasio
Tribology Letters Volume 17, Number 4 / November, 2004 p. 811-822
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Paper # 533  Impact of Cr3C2/VC addition on the dry sliding friction and wear response of WC–Co cemented carbides
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Vleugels, S Huang
Wear Volume 267, Issues 9-10, 9 September 2009, p. 1642-1652
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Paper # 532  The chemistry of antiwear films generated by the combination of ZDDP and MoDTC examined by x-ray absorption spectroscopy
M Kasrai, JN Cutler, K Gore, G Canning, GM Bancroft, KH Tan
Tribology Transactions Volume 41, no. 1, pp. 69-77. Jan. 1998
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Paper # 531  Temperature Effects on Mechanical Properties of Zinc Dithiophosphate Tribofilms
K Demmou, S Bec, JL Loubet, JM Martin
Tribology International 2006, Volume 39, No 12 p. 1558-1563
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Paper # 530  Surface-Capped Molybdenum Sulfide Nanoparticles–a Novel Type of Lubricant Additives
VN Bakunin, AY Suslov, GN Kuz’mina, LM Vedeneeva,
World Tribology Congress 2001
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Paper # 529  Surface-capped molybdenum sulfide nanoparticles–a novel type of lubricant additives
AY Suslov, VN Bakunin, GN Kuz’mina, LM Vedeneeva, O Parenago, C Migdal, P Stott
Lubrication Science Volume 16, Issue 3 , p. 207 – 214
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Paper # 528  Surface modification of titanium by plasma nitriding
MP Kapczinski, C Gil, EJ Kinast, CA Santos
Materials Research Volume 6 No 2 São Carlos April/June 2003
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Paper # 527  Surface chemistry of new lubrication systems for high‐speed spacecraft bearings
JN Cutler, JH Sanders, JS Zabinski, PJ John, JR McCutchen, LS Kasten, KH Tan
Tribology Letters Volume 8, Number 1, 2000, pp. 17-23
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Paper # 526  Surface activity of high‐temperature perfluoropolyalkylether oil additives
PJ John, J Liang, JN Cutler
Tribology Letters 4 (1998) 277–285
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Paper # 525  Study of the Interaction of ZDDP and Dispersants Using X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure Spectroscopy—Part 2: Tribochemical Reactions
ES Yamaguchi, Z Zhang, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft
Tribology Letters Volume 15, Number 4 / November, 2003 p. 385-394
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Paper # 524  Study of the Chemistry of Films Generated from Phosphate Ester Additives on 52100 Steel Using X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
MN Najman, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, A Miller
Tribology Letters Volume 13, Number 3 / October, 2002 p. 209-218
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Paper # 523  Study of surface films of overbased sulfonates and sulfurized olefins by X-Ray Absorption Near Edge Structure (XANES) spectroscopy
MT Costello, M Kasrai
Tribology Letters Volume 24, Number 2 / November, 2006 p. 163-169
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Paper # 522  Study of surface films of crystalline and amorphous overbased sulfonates and sulfurized olefins by X-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES) spectroscopy
MT Costello, RA Urrego, M Kasrai
Tribology Letters Volume 26, Number 2 / May, 2007 p. 173-180
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Paper # 521  Study of interaction of EP and AW additives with dispersants using XANES
Z Zhang, M Najman, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, ES Yamaguchi
Tribology Letters Volume 18, Number 1 / January, 2005 p. 43-51
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Paper # 520  Structure and properties of the TiN and Ti (C, N) coatings deposited in the PVD process on high-speed steels
LA Dobrzański, M Adamiak
Journal of Materials Processing Technology Volume 133, Issues 1-2, 1 February 2003, p. 50-62
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Paper # 519  Spectromicroscopy of tribological films from engine oil additives. Part I. Films from ZDDPs
GW Canning, ML Suominen Fuller, GM Bancroft, MI Kasrai; JN Cutler, G De Stasio, B Gilbert
Tribology Letters, Volume 6, Numbers 3-4, 1999 – 159-169
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Paper # 518  Spatial Distribution of the Chemical Species Generated Under Rubbing from ZDDP and Dispersed Potassium Triborate
K Masenelli-Varlot, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, G De Stasio, B Gilbert, ES Yamaguchi, PR Ryason
Tribology Letters Volume 14, Number 3 / April, 2003 p. 157-166
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Paper # 517  Some views on micro-abrasion mechanisms for HVOF WC-Co based coatings
MT Mathew, MM Stack
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Paper # 516  Solution decomposition of zinc dialkyl dithiophosphate and its effect on antiwear and thermal film formation studied by X-ray absorption spectroscopy
MLS Fuller, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, K Fyfe, KH Tan
Tribology International Volume 31, Issue 10 , October 1998, p. 627-644
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Paper # 515  Solid Freeform Fabrication of In Situ SiC/C Thermocouples in Macrocomponents
L Sun, LL Shaw
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, Volume 30, Number 9, 1 September 1999, p. 2549-2551
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Paper # 514  Sliding wear resistance of metal matrix composite layers prepared by high power laser
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Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 197, Issues 2-3, 22 July 2005, p. 303-315
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Paper # 513  Sliding wear behaviour of ZrN and (Zr, 12wt% Hf) N coatings
E Atar, ES Kayali, H Cimenoglu
Tribology International Volume 39, Issue 4 , April 2006, p. 297-302. …
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Paper # 512  Sliding friction and wear of magnesium alloy AZ91D produced by two different methods
PJ Blau, M Walukas
Tribology International Volume 33, Issue 8, August 2000, p. 573-579
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Paper # 511  Sliding and abrasive wear of composite sol–gel alumina coated Al alloys
S Wilson, HM Hawthorne, Q Yang, T Troczynski
Surface and Coatings Technology Volumes 133-134, November 2000, p. 389-396
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Paper # 510  Simulated fuel dilution and friction-modifier effects on piston ring friction
O Smith, M Priest, RI Taylor, R Price, A Cantlay, R Coy
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part J Journal of Engineering Tribology, Volume 220, Number 3, 2006, pp. 181-189
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Paper # 509  Impacts of Bore Surface Finish and Coating Treatment on Tribological Characteristics of Engine Cylinder Bores
Simon C Tung, John Emley
SAE Paper – 2002-01-1638 – 05/06/2002
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Paper # 508  Selected characteristics of an Ormocer and a conventional hybrid resin composite
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Paper # 507  Scuffing resistance after tribosynthesis of a modified surface layer
J Hershberger, OO Ajayi, YA Bello, GR Fenske
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Paper # 506  Rolling contact fatigue performance of HIPed Si3N4 with different surface roughness
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Ceramics International, Vol. 27, pp 781-794, 2001
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Paper # 505  Reciprocating sliding behaviour of self-mated amorphous diamond-like carbon coatings on Si3N4 ceramics under tribological stress
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Thin Solid Films Volume 515, Issue 4, 5 December 2006, p. 2192-2196
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Paper # 504  Piston Ring-Cylinder Bore Friction Modeling in Mixed Lubrication Regime: Part II—Correlation With Bench Test Data
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Journal of the European Ceramic Society 26 (2006) 2619–2625
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Paper # 502  Overview of Techniques for Measuring Friction Using Bench Tests and Fired Engines
DN Assanis, DJ Patterson, SC Tung, SI Tseregounis
SAE Technical Papers Document Number: 2000-01-1780
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Paper # 501  On the construction of micro-abrasion maps for a steel/polymer couple in corrosive environments
MM Stack, H Jawan, MT Mathew
Tribology International Volume 38, Issue 9, September 2005, p. 848-856
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Paper # 500  New opportunities in automotive tribology
MP Everson, H Ohtani
Tribology Letters Volume 5, Number 1 / July, 1998
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Paper # 499  Nanometer Scale Chemomechanical Characterization of Antiwear Films
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Tribology Letters Volume 17, Number 2 / August, 2004 p. 205-216
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Paper # 498  Nanomechanical properties of films derived from zincdialkyldithiophosphate
OL Warren, JF Graham, PR Norton, JE Houston, TA Michalske
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Paper # 497  MoS2 single sheet lubrication by molybdenum dithiocarbamate
C Grossiord, K Varlot, JM Martin, T Le Mogne, C Esnoufb, K Inouec
Tribology International Volume 31, Issue 12, December 1998, p. 737-743
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Paper # 496  Morphology and Nanomechanical Properties of ZDDP Antiwear Films as a Function of Tribological Contact Time
M Aktary, MT McDermott, GA McAlpine
Tribology Letters, Volume 12, Number 3, April 2002, pp. 155-162
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Paper # 495  Modeling of the voltage-controlled friction effect
M Yonggang, J Hongjun, C Qiuying
Science in China Series A-Mathematics, 2002
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S TUNG, Y HUANG
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Paper # 493  Microstructure and fretting wear behavior of Ni based composite coatings reinforced by SiO(2) nanoparticles
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Paper # 492  Micro-scale abrasive wear testing of duplex and non-duplex (single-layered) PVD (Ti, Al) N, TiN and Cr-N coatings
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Tribology International Volume 35, Issue 6 , June 2002, p. 363-372
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Paper # 491  Micro-scale abrasive wear testing of CR-NX coatings
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Romanian Reports in Physics, 2007
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Paper # 490  Micro-abrasive wear of PVD duplex and single-layered coatings
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Surface and Coatings Technology Volumes 142-144, July 2001, p. 1137-1143
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Paper # 489  Microabrasion- a simple method to assess surface degradation of UHMWPE following sterilisation and ageing
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Biomaterials, Volume 23, Number 1, January 2002, pp. 93-100
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Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 183, Issues 2-3, 24 May 2004, p. 312-327
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Paper # 487  Mechanical characteristics of colored film on stainless steel by the current pulse method
CJ Lin, JG Duh
Thin Solid Films, 1996 – 287:1-21-2, 80-86 – Elsevier
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Paper # 486  Mechanical and tribological properties of electrolytic hard chrome and HVOF-sprayed coatings
G Bolelli, V Cannillo, L Lusvarghi, S Riccò
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 200, Issue 9, 8 February 2006, p. 2995-3009
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Paper # 485  Materials and surface treatments solutions for friction and wear problems in food industries
YM Chen, D Duchateau, JP Peyre, JJ Tessier
CETIM, Senlis, France
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Paper # 484  Mapping the micro-abrasion resistance of WC/Co based coatings in aqueous conditions
MM Stack, MT Mathew
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 183, Issues 2-3, 24 May 2004, p. 337-346
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Paper # 483  Lubrication of carbon coatings with MoS 2 single sheet formed by MoDTC and ZDDP lubricants
MI de Barros Bouchet, T Le Mogne, JM Martin
Tribology International 2005 – 38: 257–264
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Paper # 482  Lubricant influence on flange wear in sharp railroad curves
P Waara
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Volume 53 2001
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Paper # 481  Load-Dependent Transition in Sliding Wear Properties of TiCN–WC–Ni Cermets
BVM Kumar, I Kanpur, B Basu
Journal of the American Ceramic Society Volume 90 Issue 5 May 2007 Page 1534–1540
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Paper # 480  Key life test to predict automotive ball joint wear using the Cameron-Plint high frequency friction
C HSU, G MCINTYRE
NGLI’s. Annual Meeting No67, Asheville, North Carolina , USA, NLGI Spokesman 2001, vol. 64, no12, pp. 13-17
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Paper # 479  Ionic liquids with ammonium cations as lubricants or additives
J Qu, JJ Truhan, S Dai, H Luo, PJ Blau
Tribology Letters, Vol. 22, No. 3, June 2006 p. 207 – 214
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Paper # 478  Investigation of the scuffing characteristics of candidate materials for heavy duty diesel fuel
J Qu, JJ Truhan, PJ Blau
Tribology International Volume 38, Issue 4 , April 2005, p. 381-390
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Paper # 477  Interaction of ZDDP with Borated Dispersant Using XANES and XPS
Z Zhang, ES Yamaguchi, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft, G Barber
Tribology Transactions, Volume 47, Issue 4 January 2004 , p. 527 – 536
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Paper # 476  Influence of temperature and ZDDP concentration on tribochemistry of surface-capped molybdenum sulfide nanoparticles studied by XANES spectroscopy
VN Bakunin, M Kasrai, GN Kuzmina, GM Bancroft, OP Parenago
Tribology Letters Volume 26, Number 1 / April, 2007 p. 33-43
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Paper # 475  Influence of Internal Lubricants (PTFE and Silicon Oil) in Short Carbon Fibre-Reinforced Polyimide Composites on Performance Properties
P Samyn, P De Baets, G Schoukens
Tribology Letters Issue Volume 36, Number 2 / November 2009 p. 135-146
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Paper # 474  Influence of loading, contamination and additive on the wear of a metallic pair under rotating and reciprocating lubricated sliding
MM Maru, DK Tanaka
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering Vol. XXVIII, No. 3, July-September 2006
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Paper # 473  Influence of load and speed on rolling micro-abrasion of CVD diamond and other hard coatings
K Bose, RJK Wood
Diamond and Related Materials Volume 12, Issues 3-7, March-July 2003, p. 753-756
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Paper # 472  Influence of interfacial potential on the tribological behavior of brass/silicon dioxide rubbing
Q Chang, Y Meng, S Wen
Applied Surface Science, Volume 202, Number 1, 15 December 2002, pp. 120-125
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Paper # 471  Improvement of PEEM images from thick inhomogeneous antiwear films using a thin Pt coating
MA Nicholls, GM Bancroft, M Kasrai, PR Norton, BH Stasio
Tribology Letters, Volume 18, Number 4, April 2005, pp. 453-462
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Paper # 470  Improved fuel efficiency by lubricant design: a review
RI Taylor, RC Coy
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part J Journal of Engineering Tribology, Volume 214, Number 1, 7 February 2000, pp. 1-15
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Paper # 469  High resolution observations of friction-induced oxide and its interaction with the worn surface
WM Rainforth, AJ Leonard, C Perrin, A Bedolla
Tribology International Volume 35, Issue 11 , November 2002, p. 731-748
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Paper # 468  High performance sealing with CVD diamond self-mated rings
MA Tomé, AJS Fernandes, FJ Oliveira, RF Silva, JM Carrapichano
Diamond and Related Materials Volume 14, Issues 3-7, March-July 2005, p. 617-621
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Paper # 467  Functionality diagrams for hybrid mechanical seals with silicon nitride rings
JM Carrapichano, FJ Oliveira, RF Silva, JR Gomes
Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Volume 88, Number 8, August 2005, pp. 2177-2180
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Paper # 466  Fuel lubricity
B Wilson
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Volume 48 · Number 1 · January/February 1996
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Paper # 465  Friction-reducing mechanisms of molybdenum dithiocarbamate/zinc dithiophosphate combination: New insights in MoS2 genesis
C Grossiord, JM Martin, T Le Mogne, K Inoue
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology May 1999 – Volume 17, Issue 3, 884-890
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Paper # 464  Friction, wear and material transfer of sintered polyimides sliding against various steel and diamond-like carbon coated surfaces
P Samyn, G Schoukens, J Quintelier, P De Baets
Tribology International Volume 39, Issue 6, June 2006, p. 575-589
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Paper # 463  Friction of polyoxymethylene homopolymer in highly loaded applications extrapolated from small-scale
P Samyn, P De Baets
Tribology Letters, Volume 19, Number 3, July 2005, pp. 177-189
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Paper # 462  Friction and wear performance of HFCVD nanocrystalline diamond coated silicon nitride ceramics
CS Abreu, M Amaral, AJS Fernandes, FJ Oliveira, RF Silvab, JR Gomes
Diamond and Related Materials Volume 15, Issues 4-8, April-August 2006, p. 739-744
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Paper # 461  Fretting wear behavior of n-ZrO 2/Ni composite coating prepared by brush electroplating.
B Jiang, BS Xu, SY Dong, ZW Ou
Mocaxue Xuebao (Tribology). Vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 515-519. Nov.-Dec. 2005
DN 44
Paper # 460  Fracture and tribological behaviors of Al 2 O 3/5 vol.% SiC nanocomposites
SH Kim, YH Kim, SW Lee, T Sekino, K Niihara
Materials Science Forum, 2003
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Paper # 459  Extraction and tribological investigation of top piston ring zone oil from a gasoline engine
PM Lee, M Priest, MS Stark, JJ Wilkinson, JR Lindsay Smith, R Taylor, S Chung
Proceedings of the I MECH E Part J Journal of Engineering Tribology, Volume 220, Number 3, 2006, pp. 171-180
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Paper # 458  Experimental simulation of chemical reactions between ZDDP tribofilms and steel surfaces during
C Minfray, TL Mogne, AA Lubrecht, JM Martin
Tribology Letters Volume 21, Number 1 / January, 2006 p. 65-76
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Paper # 457  Evaluation of Tribological Behaviour of Polymeric Materials for Hip Prostheses Application
JP Davim, N Marques
Tribology Letters Volume 11, Number 2 / August, 2001 p. 91-94
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Paper # 456  Effects of temperature and sliding distance on the wear behavior of austenitic Fe-Cr-C-Si hardfacing alloy
K Lee, KH Ko, JH Kim, GG Kim, S Kim
Tribology Letters Volume 26, Number 2 / May, 2007 p. 131-135
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Paper # 455  Effects of Mo-Containing Dispersants on the Function of ZDDP: Chemistry and Tribology
Z Zhang, ES Yamaguchi, L Yu, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft
Tribology Transactions, 2007 – Taylor & Francis
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Paper # 454  Effects of crystallinity, transcrystallinity and crystal phases of GF/PA on friction and wear mechanisms
HCY Cartledge, CA Baillie
Journal of Materials Science, Volume 37, Number 14, 15 July 2002, pp. 3005-3022
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Paper # 453  Effect of surface treatment by ceramic conversion on the fretting behavior of NiTi shape memory alloy
H Yang, L Qian, Z Zhou, X Ju, H Dong
Tribology Letters Volume 25, Number 3 / March, 2007 p. 215-224
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Paper # 452  Effect of liner surface properties on wear and friction in a non-firing engine simulator
DK Srivastava, AK Agarwal, J Kumar
Materials & Design Volume 28, Issue 5, 2007, p. 1632-1640
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Paper # 451  Effect of humidity on wear of M-50 steel with a branched perfluoropolyalkylether lubricant
LS Helmick, SK Sharma
Tribology Letters 6 (1999) 123–127
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Paper # 450  Dynamic signal analyses in dry sliding wear tests
R Bergantin, MM Maru, MCM Farias, LR Padovese
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering July/September 2003, Volume 25, No 3, p. 289-292
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Paper # 449  Dry sliding wear of TiB2 particle reinforced aluminium alloy composites
SC Tjong, KC Lau
Materials Science and Technology, Volume 16, Number 1, January 2000, pp. 99-102
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Paper # 448  Development and Introduction of Chrysler’s New Automatic Transmission Fluid
DW Florkowski, TE King, AP Skrobul, JL Sumiejski
SAE Technical Papers Document Number: 982674
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Paper # 447  CVD diamond coated silicon nitride self-mated systems: tribological behaviour under high loads
CS Abreu, FJ Oliveira, M Belmonte, AJS Fernandes, JR Gomes, RF Silva
Tribology Letters Volume 21, Number 2 / February, 2006 p. 141-151
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Paper # 446  Corrosion and abrasive wear behaviour of laser consolidated plasma sprayed sic coating on Fe–15Cr–25Ni alloy Corrosion and abrasive wear behaviour of laser consolidated plasma sprayed sic coating on Fe-15Cr
SC Tjong, KC Lau, J Ku, NJ Ho
Surface Engineering, Volume 15, Number 6, December 1999, pp. 490-494
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Paper # 445  Comparison of four-ball and five-ball rolling contact fatigue tests on lubricated Si3N4/steel
J Kang, M Hadfield
Materials & Design Volume 24, Issue 8, December 2003, p. 595-604
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Paper # 444  Comparison of flame sprayed Al2O3/TiO2 coatings: Their microstructure, mechanical properties and tribology behavior
KA Habib, JJ Saura, C Ferrer, MS Damra, E Giménez
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 201, Issues 3-4, 5 October 2006, p. 1436-1443
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Paper # 443  Combination of ashless antiwear additives with metallic detergents: interactions with neutral and overbased calcium sulfonates
M Najman, M Kasrai, G Michael Bancroft, R Davidson
Tribology International Volume 39, Issue 4, April 2006, p. 342-355
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Paper # 442  Coated machine elements—fiction or reality?
B Podgornik
Surface and Coatings Technology Volumes 146-147, September-October 2001, p. 318-323
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Paper # 441  Chemistry of ZDDP Tribofilm by ToF-SIMS
C Minfray, JM Martin, MI De Barros, TL Mogne, R Kersting, B Hagenhoff
Tribology Letters Volume 17, Number 3 / October, 2004 p. 351-357
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Paper # 440  Chemistry of Antiwear Films from Ashless Thiophosphate Oil Additives
MN Najman, M Kasrai, GM Bancroft
Tribology Letters Volume 17 Number 2 – August 2004 – 217-229
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Paper # 439  Chemical characterization and nanomechanical properties of antiwear films fabricated from ZDDP on a near hypereutectic Al–Si alloy
G Pereira, A Lachenwitzer, MA Nicholls, M Kasrai, PR Norton, G Stasio
Tribology Letters, Volume 18, Number 4, April 2005, pp. 411-427
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Paper # 438  Chemical and Mechanical Properties of ZDDP Antiwear Films on Steel and Thermal Spray Coatings Studied by XANES Spectroscopy and Nanoindentation Techniques
MA Nicholls, T Do, PR Norton, GM Bancroft, M Kasrai, T. Weston Capehart, Y-T Cheng, T Perry
Tribology Letters Volume 15, Number 3 / October, 2003 p. 241-248
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Paper # 437  Characterization of Tribological Behaviour of Hardmetals
K Bonny, P DE Baets, B Lauwers, J Vleugels, O Van Der Biest
Delft University of Technology – Tribology Department 2001
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Paper # 436  Characterization of diamond-like carbon films deposited on commercially pure Ti and Ti–6Al–4V
DH Kim, HE Kim, KR Lee, CN Whang, IS Lee
Materials Science and Engineering: C Volume 22, Issue 1, 1 October 2002, p. 9-14
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Paper # 435  CFCC applications for diesel engine valve guides. DOE Continuous Fiber Ceramic Composite Program
D Twait, M Long
DOE Continuous Fiber Ceramic Composite Program Phase IIA/B Final Report April 14,1999
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Paper # 434  Boundary lubrication mechanisms of carbon coatings by MoDTC and ZDDP additives
MI de Barros’ Bouchet, JM Martin, T Le-Mogne, B Vacher
Tribology International Volume 38, Issue 3, March 2005, p. 257-264
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Paper # 433  Ball-cratering abrasion tests with large abrasive particles
GB Stachowiak, GW Stachowiak, JM Brandt
Tribology International Volume 39, Issue 1, January 2006, p. 1-11
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Paper # 432  Ball cratering an efficient tool for 3 body microabrasion of coated systems
C Leroy, KI Schiffmann, K van Acker, J von Stebut
Surface and Coatings Technology Volume 200, Issues 1-4, 1 October 2005, p. 153-156
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Paper # 431  Audible noise, contact temperature, life and microfracture of dry rolling surfaces using DIN 100Cr6 steel
JTN Medeiros, A Sinatora, DK Tanaka
Key Engineering Materials Volume 230 – 232 (2002) p. 471 – 474
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Paper # 430  Antiwear film formation of neutral and basic ZDDP: influence of the reaction temperature and of the concentration
K Varlot, M Kasrai, JM Martin, B Vacher, GM Bancroft, ES Yamaguchi, P Ray Ryason
Tribology Letters 8 (2000) 9–16
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Paper # 429  Annual Technical Progress Report for Project Entitled “Impact of DME-Diesel Fuel Blend Properties on Diesel Fuel Injection Systems”
EM Chapman, A Boehman, K Wain, W Lloyd, JM Perez, D Stiver, J Conway
Report: June 2003 DOE Award Number: DE-FC26-01NT41115
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Paper # 428  An experimental study of the tribological behaviour of the brass/steel pair
JP Davim
Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Volume 100, Number 1, 3 April 2000, p. 273-277
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Paper # 427  An approach to elucidate the different response of PVD coatings in different tribological tests
JCA Batista, C Godoy, G Pintaúde, A Sinatora, A Matthews
Surface and Coatings Technology Volumes 174-175, September-October 2003, p. 891-898
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Paper # 426  An Approach of Frictional Characterization for Elastomers and Elastomeric Composites
M Scherbakov, MR Gurvich
Journal of Elastomers and Plastics, Vol. 35, No. 4, 335-356 (2003)
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Paper # 425  Alternative and low sulfur fuel options: boundary lubrication performance and potential problems
KS Wain, JM Perez, E Chapman, AL Boehman
Tribology International Volume 38, Issue 3 , March 2005, p. 313-319
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Paper # 424  Adsorption and friction in the UHV tribometer
JM Martin, T Le Mogne, C Grossiord, T Palermo
Tribology Letters Volume 3, Number 1 / March, 1997 p. 87-94
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Paper # 423  Abrasive wear resistance of thin chromium nitride coatings measured by the ball crater test
K Vercammen, Z Schauperi, V Ivusic, J Meneve
NORDTRIB 2000: 9th Nordic Symposium on Tribology; Porvoo; Finland; 11-14 June 2000. pp. 469-470. 2000
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Paper # 422  Abrasive Wear of DLC/PVD Multilayer Coatings: AFM Studies
C Martini, D Prandstraller, E Lanzoni, G Poli
Tribotest Volume 10, Issue 3 , p. 241 – 250
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Paper # 421  Abrasive wear behavior of TiB2 particle-reinforced copper matrix composites
SC Tjong, KC Lau
Materials Science and Engineering Volume 282, Issues 1-2, 30 April 2000, p. 183-186
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Paper # 420  A scuffing test for piston ring/bore combinations Part I. Stearic acid lubrication
J Galligan, AA Torrance, G Liraut
Wear Volume 236, Number 1, December 1999 , pp. 199-209(11)
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Paper # 419  A review of zinc dialkyldithiophosphates (ZDDPS): characterisation and role in the lubricating oil
AM Barnes, KD Bartle, VRA Thibon
Tribology International, Volume 34, Number 6, June 2001, pp. 389-395
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Paper # 418  A Review of Sub-Scale Test Methods to Evaluate the Friction and Wear of Ring and Liner Materials for Spark- and Compression Ignition Engines
PJ Blau
ORNL/TM-2001/184 – 22 January 2002
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Paper # 417  A note on the effect of temperature on the friction and wear behaviour of carbon-fibre-reinforced Polyetheretherketone (PEEK-CF30) at dry sliding
JP Davim, R Cardoso
International Journal of Microstructure and Materials Properties 2005, Volume 1, No 1, 3-10
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Paper # 416  A multi-technique characterization of ZDDP antiwear films formed on Al (Si) alloy (A383) under various conditions
G Pereira, A Lachenwitzer, M Kasrai, PR Norton, TW Capehart, T Perry, Y-T Cheng, B. Frazer, P Gilbert
Tribology Letters, Volume 26, No. 2, May 2007 – 103 – 117
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Paper # 415  A multi-technique approach of tribofilm characterisation
C Minfray, JM Martin, C Esnouf, T Le Mogne, R Kersting, B Hagenhoff
Thin Solid Films Volumes 447-448, 30 January 2004, p. 272-277
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Paper # 414  Herstellung und tribologische Charakterisierung randschichtmodifizierter Oxidkeramik im ungeschmierten Gleitkontakt mit metallischen Gegenkörpern. (Production and tribological characterization surface layer modified oxide ceramics in unlubricated sliding contact with metallic counter bodies)
K. Poser
Dissertation Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Berichte aus dem Institut für Werkstoffkunde II, Nr. 002, Shaker Verlag, Aachen (2006).
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Paper # 413  Tribological behaviour of advanced ceramics.
K.-H. Zum Gahr, U. Litzow, K. Poser
Proc. 15th International Colloquium Tribology – Automotive and Industrial Lubrication. Esslingen (2006).
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Paper # 412  Modelluntersuchungen zum Einsatz von Ingenieurkeramik in Gleit- und Friktionssystemen. (Model tests on use of engineering ceramics in sliding and friction systems)
K.-H. Zum Gahr, U. Litzow, K. Poser
Tribologie und Schmierungstechnik 53 (6) (2006) 5 – 10.
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Paper # 411  Haft- und Gleitreibungsuntersuchungen an mehrphasigen Al2O3 – Keramiken im ungeschmierten Friktionskontakt mit lamellarem Grauguss. (Static and sliding friction tests on multiphase Al2O3-ceramics in unlubricated friction contact with lamellar grey iron)
K. Poser, J. Schneider, K.-H. Zum Gahr
Tribologie und Schmierungstechnik 53, (1) (2006) 10-14.
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Paper # 410  X-ray absorption near-edge structure analysis of the chemical environment of zinc in the tribological film formed by zinc dialkyl dithiophosphate decomposition on steel
M D Pauli, T S Rufael, J K Mowlem, M Weinert, D K Saldin and W T Tysoe
Tribology International Volume 38, Issue 2 , February 2005, p. 195-204
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Paper # 409  Wear studies of (Ti–Al)N coatings deposited by reactive magnetron sputtering
K Singh, P K Limaye, N L Soni, A K Grover, R G Agrawal and A K Suri
Wear 2005 Volume 258, No11-12, 1813-1824
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Paper # 408  Results from an interlaboratory exercise to validate the micro-scale abrasion test
M G Gee, A J Gant, I M Hutchings, Y Kusano, K Schiffman, K Van Acker, S Poulat, Y Gachon, J von Stebut, P Hatto and G Plint
Wear 259 (2005) 27-35
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Paper # 407  Friction reduction by metal sulfides in boundary lubrication studied by XPS and XANES analyses
M I De Barros, J Bouchet, I Raoult, Th Le Mogne, J M Martin, M Kasrai and Y Yamada
Wear 254 (2003) 863-870
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Paper # 406  Effect of carbon fibre reinforcement in the frictional behaviour of PEEK in a water lubricated environment
J Paulo Davim, Nuno Marques and A Monteiro Baptista
Wear 251 (2001) 1100-1104
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Paper # 405  Advantages of using the ball-on-flat device in rolling-contact testing of ceramics
M Kalin, J Vizintin
Journal of European Ceramic Society 24 (2004) 11-15
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Paper # 404  Lubrication of an electroplated nickel matrix silicon carbide coated eutectic aluminium–silicon alloy automotive cylinder bore with an ionic liquid as a lubricant additive
K Mistry, MF Fox, M Priest
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Volume 223, Number 3 / 2009 p. 563-569
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Paper # 403  A rolling-contact device that uses the ball-on-flat testing principle
M Kalin, J Vizintin
Wear 256 (2004) 335-341
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Paper # 402  A rig test to measure friction and wear of heavy duty diesel engine piston rings and cylinder liners using realistic lubricants
John J. Truhan J J, Jun Qu, Blau P J.
Tribology International Volume 38, Issue 3 , March 2005, p. 211-218
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Paper # 401  Lubricant chemistry and tribology chemistry – boundary and extreme pressure lubrication
Cameron A
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Paper # 400  Determination of Gear Tooth Friction by Disc Machine
Johnson K L, Spence D I,
Tribology International Volume 24 No 5 October 1991
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Paper # 399  A Laboratory Simulation for Stick-Slip Phenomena on the Hydraulic Cylinder of a Construction Machine
Muraki M, Kinbara B, Konishi T,
Tribology International – Accepted for publication 21 March 2003
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Paper # 398  An Industrial View on Oil Specifications, Wear Testing and Hydraulic Fluids
Olsson H, Ukonsaari J,
Nortrib Conference 2002
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Paper # 397  Limited Slip Wet Clutch Transmission Fluid for AWD Differentials; Part 2: Fluid Development and Verification
Ganemi B, Maki R, Ekholm K, Olsen R, Lundstrom B,
JSAE 20030121 SAE 2003-01-1981
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Paper # 396  Keramische Materialien für Friktionsanwendungen in ungeschmierten Systemen – In German – Ceramic materials for friction applications in unlubricated systems
Poser K, Rohde M, Schneider J, Zum Gahr K-H,
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Paper # 395  Keramik/Metall-Friktionspaarungen unter ungeschmierter Gleitbeanspruchung bei erhöhten Temperaturen – In German – Ceramics/metal friction pairing under unlubricated friction loading at incremental temperatures
Poser K, Schneider J, Zum Gahr K-H,
Proc. Tribologie Fachtagung 2002, GfT, Gesellschaft für Tribologie e.V., Göttingen (2002), S. 14/1-14/10.
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Paper # 394  Entwicklung und tribologische Charakterisierung von lasermodifizierter Al2O3-Keramik im Hinblick auf Anwendungen in Friktionssystemen – In German – Development und tribological characterisation of laser-modified Al203-ceramics in view of applications in friction systems
Schneider J, Zum Gahr K-H,
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Paper # 393  Untersuchungen an ungeschmierten Keramik/Metall-Gleitpaarungen im einsinnigen Gleitkontakt im Hinblick auf Anwendungen in Friktionssystemen – In German – Investigations on unlubricated ceramics/metal sliding pairs under undirectional sliding contact in view of applications in friction systems
Schneider J, Zum Gahr K-H, Arslan A, Albers A,
Proc. Tribologie-Fachtagung 2001, Gesellschaft für Tribologie (GfT), Göttingen (2001), S. 57/1-10.
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Paper # 392  Untersuchungen an wartungsfreien trockenlaufenden Kunststoffgleitlagern – In German – Investigations on maintenance-free dry plastic material plain bearings
Müller F,
Publisher: Aachen: Shaker, 2003 (Fortschritte in der Maschinenkonstruktion; Bd. 2003/1) Zugl.: Magdeburg, Uni., Diss., 2003 ISBN3-8322-1566-2
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Paper # 391  Keramische Materialien für Friktionsanwendungen in ungeschmierten Systemen – In German – Ceramic materials for friction applications in unlubricated systems
Poser K, Rohde M, Schneider J, Zum Gahr K-H
2. Statuskolloquium SFB 483, 27. Januar 2004, Universität (TH) Karlruhe, p. 13 -20
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Paper # 390  Keramik/Metall-Friktionspaarungen unter ungeschmierter Gleitbeanspruchung bei erhöhten Temperaturen – In German – Ceramic/metal-friction pairing under unlubricated sliding load at increased temperatures
Poser K, Schneider J, Zum Gahr Z-H
GfT-Tribologie-Fachtagung 23.-25. September 2002, Göttingen,
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Paper # 389  Tribological Characteristics and Surface Interaction between Piston Ring Coatings and a Blend of Energy-conserving Oils and Ethanol Fuels
Tung S C, Gao H
Wear 255 (2003) 1276 – 1285
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Paper # 388  Grooving Micro-abrasion of Polyamide 11 Coated Carbon Steel Tubulars for Downhole Application
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Wear 255 (2003) 1157 – 1167
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Paper # 387  Friction Characteristics of a Potential Articular Cartilage Biomaterial
Covert R J, Ott R D, Ku D N,
Wear 255 (2003) 1064 – 1068
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Paper # 386  Study of Abrasive Resistance of Composites for Dental Restoration by Ball-cratering
Vale Antunes P, Ramalho A,
Wear 255 (2003) 990 – 998
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Paper # 385  On the Friction and Wear Behaviour of Human Tooth Enamel and Dentin
Zheng J, Zhou Z R, Zhang J, Li H, Yu H Y,
Wear 255 (2003) 967 – 974
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Paper # 384  The Rolling Sliding Wear Response of Conventionally Processed and Spray Formed High Speed Steel at Ambient and Elevated Temperature
Hanlon D N, Rainforth W M,
Wear 255 (2003) 956 – 966
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Paper # 383  An Experimental Study of the Wear Performance of NiCrBSi Thermal Spray Coatings
Rodriguez J, Martin A, Fernandez R, Fernandez J E,
Wear 255 (2003) 950 – 955
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Paper # 382  Sliding Wear Behaviour of Electrodeposited Cobalt-tungsten and Cobalt-tungsten-iron Alloys
Capel H, Shipway P H, Harris S J,
Wear 255 (2003) 917 – 923
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Paper # 381  Tribological Behaviour of CVD Diamond Films on Steel Substrates
Silva F J G, Fernandes A J S, Costa F M, Teixeira V, Baptista A P M, Pereira E,
Wear 255 (2003) 846 – 853
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Paper # 380  Microscale Abrasive Wear of Polymeric Materials
Shipway P H, Ngao N K,
Wear 255 (2003) 742 – 750
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Paper # 379  Si3N4 and Si3N4/SiC Composite Rings for Dynamic Sealing of Circulating Fluids
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Wear 255 (2003) 695 – 698
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Paper # 378  Wear Behaviour of Tool Steels with added (WTi)C Particles
Leonard A J, Rainforth W M,
Wear 255 (2003) 517 – 526
TE 53
Paper # 377  Effect of Temperature on Friction and Galling of Laser Processed Norem 02 and Stellite 21
Persson D H E, Jacobson S, Hogmark S,
Wear 255 (2003) 498 – 503
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Paper # 376  The Effects of Additive Elements on the Sliding Wear Behaviour of Fe-base Hardfacing Alloys
Lee K Y, Lee S H, Kim Y, Hong H S, Oh Y M, Kim S J,
Wear 255 (2003) 481 – 488
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Paper # 375  Mapping Sliding Wear of Steel in Aqueous Conditions
Stack M M, Chi K,
Wear 255 (2003) 456 – 465
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Paper # 374  An Investigation on Fretting Wear Life of Bonded MoS2 Solid Lubricant Coatings in Complex Conditions
Xu J, Zhu M H, Zhou Z R, Kapsa P, Vincent L
Wear 255 (2003) 253 – 258
DN 44
Paper # 373  The Effects of Abrasive Particle Size on the Sliding Friction Coefficient of Steel using a Spiral Pin-on-disk Apparatus
Pintaude G, Tanaka D K, Sinatora A,
Wear 255 (2003) 55 – 59
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Paper # 372  Stepwise Erosion as a Method for Determining the Mechanisms of Wear in Gas Borne Particulate Erosion
Gee M G, Gee R H, McNaught I,
Wear 255 (2003) 44 – 54
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Paper # 371  Micro-abrasion Transitions of Metallic Materials
Stack M M, Mathew M,
Wear 255 (2003) 14 – 22
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Paper # 370  Progress towards Standardisation of Ball Cratering
Gee M G, Gant A, Hutchings I, Bethke R, Schiffman K, Van Acker K, Poulat S, Gachon Y, von Stebut J,
Wear 255 (2003) 1 – 13
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Paper # 369  Tribological Behaviour of Pure and Graphite-filled Ployamides under Atmospheric Conditions
Samyn P, De Baets P, Schoukens G, Hendrickx B,
Polymer Engineering and Science Page 1477 Vol 43 No 8 August 2003
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Paper # 368  The Tribological Behaviour of Engineering Plastics during Sliding Friction investigated with Small-scale Specimens
Zsidai L, De Baets P, Samyn P, Kalacska G, Van Peteghem A P, Van Parys F,
Wear 253 (2002) 673 – 688
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Paper # 367  A Study of Break-in Film Development with Different Piston Ring Coatings and Correlation with Electrical Contact Resistance Measurements
Tung S C, Hong Gao,
Lubrication Engineering, Volume 59, Issue 9, September 2003
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Paper # 366  Wear-mode Mapping for the Micro-scale Abrasion Test
Adachi K and Hutchings I M,
Wear 255 (2003) 23 – 29
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Paper # 365  In-use Tribological Analysis of Hydrocarbon Refrigerants applied to the Hermetic Compressor.
Garland N and Hadfield M,
Proceedings of the second International Conference on Tribology in Environmental Design, Bournemouth, Professional Engineering Publishing, ISBN 1-86058-415-2, pp. 193-203.
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Ranger A P, Ettles C M M, Cameron A,
Proc. Roy. Soc. A346, pp 229-244 1975
General
Paper # 363  Optical Elastohydrodynamics
Foord C A, Wedeven L D, Westlake F J, Cameron A,
Proc. I. Mech. E. Vol. 184, Pt. 1. No. 28 1969
General
Paper # 362  Film Thickness in EHL Point Contacts. Revision of Westlake and Cameron’s Equations
Jackson A,
ASLE Trans., 19, 48-49 1976
General
Paper # 361  Evaluation of Lubricants Using Optical Elastohydrodynamics
Foord C A, Hammann WC, Cameron A,
ASLE Trans. Vol. II, No.1 1968
General
Paper # 360  The Use of Optical Elastohydrodynamics to Investigate Viscosity Loss in Polymer-Thickened Oils
Hirata M, Cameron A,
ASLE Reprint N0 82-AM-5A-1 1983
General
Paper # 359  The Mapping of Elastohydrodynamic Contacts
Gohan R, Cameron A,
ASLE/ASME Conference, Minneapolis
General
Paper # 358  Theoretical and Experimental Studies of the Oil Film in Lubricated Point Contact
Gohan R, Cameron A,
Proc. Roy. Soc., Ser. A., 291, 520-536
General
Paper # 357  The Measurement of Oil Film Thickness in Elastohydrodynamic Contacts
Dyson A, Naylor H, Wilson A R,
IMechE Conference, Leeds 1965
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Paper # 356  Metallic Contact and Friction Between Sliding Surfaces
Furey M J,
ASLE Trans., 4, 1961.
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Paper # 355  Basic Studies on Boundary, EP and Piston Ring Lubrication Using a Special Apparatus
Mills T N, Cameron A,
ASLE Trans., 25, 1981, 117.
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Paper # 354  The Uppsala Load-Scanner – An Update
Hogmark S, Jacobson S, Wänstrand O,
The Tribomaterials Group, Ångström Laboratory Uppsala University 2002
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Paper # 353  A New Universal Test for Tribological Evaluation
Hogmark S, Jacobson S, Wänstrand O,
Proceedings of the 21st IRG-OECD Meeting, Amsterdam, March 25-26, 1999
TE 69
Paper # 352  Critical Evaluation of Erosive Wear Testing
Hutchings I M, Gee M G,
NPL Report MATC(D)02
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Paper # 351  Critical Evaluation of Abrasion and Wear Testing of Coatings by Ball Cratering
Gee M G,
NPL Report MATC(D)03
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Paper # 350  Laboratory Test Rig Simulation of Bore Polish
Gondal A K, Davis F A, Eyre T S,
Materials Science and Technology January 1998 Vol 14
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Paper # 349  A Tribological Tour of the Internal Combustion Engine
Davis F A,
IMechE Conference – 2002
General
Paper # 348  Micro-Abrasion of Steels: Some Thoughts on the Construction of Micro-Abrasion Maps
Stack M M, Mathew M,
Dublin Tribology Conference – September 2002
TE 66
Paper # 347  An Optical Method for Assessing Scratch Damage in Bulk Materials and Coatings
Hutchings I M , Wang P Z, Parry G C,
China Tribology Conference – September 2002
General
Paper # 346  Review of Ball Cratering or Micro-abrasion Wear Testing of Coatings
M G Gee, A Gant, I Hutchings, R Bethke, K Schiffmann, K Van Acker, S Poulat, Y Gachon,
NPL Report MATC(A)62 October 2001
TE 66
Paper # 345  Micro-abrasive Wear of Semi-crystalline Polymers
Mergler Y J, Huis in t’ Veld A J,
Proceedings 29th Leeds-Lyon Symposium
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Paper # 344  Wear Mechanisms
Kato K, Adachi K,
Modern Tribology Handbook Chapter 7
General
Paper # 343  Wear Map of Ceramics
Adachi K, Kato K, Chen N,
Wear 203-204 (1997) 291-301
General
Paper # 342  Failure of Silicon Nitride Rolling Elements with Ring Crack Defects
Hadfield M,
Ceramics International 24 (1998) 379-386
TE 92
Paper # 341  Residual Stress Measurement of Hot Isostatically Pressed Silicon Nitride Rolling Elements
Hadfield M, Tobe S,
Ceramics International 24 (1998) 387-392
TE 92
Paper # 340  Raman Characterization of Anti-Wear Films Formed from Fresh and Aged Engine Oils
Dairene Uy, Steven J Simko, Ann E O’Neill, Ronald K Jensen, Arup K Gangopadhyay, Roscoe O Carter III
SAE Paper – 2006-01-1099
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Paper # 339  Plastic Oil Rings for Diesel Engines: a Preliminary Evaluation
Joao A Cullen, Richard F Dixon, Jiubo Ma
SAE Paper – 960049 – 02/01/1996
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Paper # 338  Optimization of Anti-Scuff and Film Strength Characteristics of Marine Cylinder Lubricants
S S V Ramakumar, Neelam Aggarwal, Ajay Kumar, V K Chhatwal, V Martin, B R Tyagi
SAE Paper – 2004-28-0083 – 01/16/2004
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Paper # 337  Modification of epoxidised natural rubber film surface by polymerisation of methyl methacrylate
C Amornchaiyapitak, W Taweepreda
European Polymer Journal Volume 44, Issue 6, June 2008, p. 1782-1788
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Paper # 336  Micro-abrasion–corrosion of cast CoCrMo—Effects of micron and sub-micron sized abrasives
D Sun, JA Wharton, RJK Wood
Wear Volume 267, Issues 1-4, 15 June 2009, p. 52-60
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Paper # 335  Methods of Improving Cylinder Liner Wear
Padma Kodali, Peter How, William D McNulty
SAE Paper – 2000-01-0926 – 03/06/2000
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Paper # 334  The sliding behaviour of sintered and thermoplastic polyimides investigated by thermal and Raman spectroscopic measurements
P Samyn, J Quintelier, G Schoukens, P De Baets
Wear Volume 264, Issues 9-10, 10 April 2008, p. 869-876
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Paper # 333  The lubricity of graphite flake inclusions in sintered polyimides affected by chemical reactions at high temperatures
P Samyn, G Schoukens
Carbon Volume 46, Issue 7, June 2008, p. 1072-1084
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Paper # 332  The Durability and Reliability of Variators for a Dual-Cavity, Full-Toroidal CVT
Yoshihiro Ono, Shinji Yasuhara, Yasuhiko Hasuda, Masao Goto, Ryuuki Yamashita, Adrian Lee, Mervyn Patterson
SAE Paper – 2000-01-0826 – 03/06/2000
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Paper # 331  Statistical Methods to Formulate Belt Drive Cvt Fluids With High Friction Coefficients
William C Ward, Carlos L Cerda de Groote
SAE Paper – 2000-01-1871 – 06/19/2000
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Paper # 330  Squeak and Rattle Behavior of Filled Thermoplastics: Effect of Filler Type and Content on Acoustic Behavior
Martin A Trapp, Roman Pierzecki
SAE Paper – 2005-01-2542
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Paper # 329  Squeak and Rattle Behavior of Elastomers and Plastics: Effect of Normal Load, Sliding Velocity, and Environment
Martin A Trapp, Roman Pierzecki
SAE Paper – 2003-01-1521
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Paper # 328  Some thoughts on neural network modelling of microabrasion–corrosion processes
P Srinivasa Pai, MT Mathew, MM Stack, LA Rocha
Wear Volume 41, Issue 7, July 2008, p. 672-681
TE 66
Paper # 327  Reciprocative sliding wear of ZrO2–TiCN composites against WC-Co cemented carbide
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Vleugels, A Salehi, B Lauwers
Wear Volume 265, Issues 11-12, 26 November 2008, p. 1767-1775
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Paper # 326  The Role of Test Conditions on Microabrasive Wear Behaviour of Soda-lime Glass
Shipway PH
Wear 233-235 (1999) 191-199
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Paper # 325  Microabrasion of Glass – The Critical Role of Ridge Formation
Shipway P H, Hodge C J B,
Wear 237 (2000) 90-97
TE 66
Paper # 324  Testing Extreme Pressure and Anti-Wear Performance of Crankcase and Gearbox Lubricants.
Alliston-Greiner A F, Plint A G, Plint M A,
ASTM STP 1404, American Society for Testing and Materials.
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Paper # 323  Summary of Wear Test Methods: Notes on 10th International Conference on WEAR OF MATERIALS, Boston 1995.
Owen-Jones S, Gee M G,
NPL Report CMMT(A)93, December 1997.
General
Paper # 322  Procedure for Rotating Wheel Abrasion Testing.
Gee M G, Gant A,
NPL Report MATC(A)54, July 2001.
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Paper # 321  Procedure for Gas Jet Erosion Testing.
Gee M G, Hutchings I M, Plint A G,
NPL Report MATC(A)53, July 2001.
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Paper # 320  Procedure for Ball Cratering Test.
Gee M G,
NPL Report MATC(A)52, June 2000, updated March 2001.
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Paper # 319  NPL Friction Measurement Methods: Data Assessment Methods and a Sample Database.
Brooks M R, Loveday M S, Gee M G,
NPL Report, MATC(A)13, April 2001.
General
Paper # 318  Rotating Wheel Abrasion Tests on Hardmetals and Ceramics.
Gee M G, Gant A,
NPL Measurement Note CMMT(MN)46, May 1999.
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Paper # 317  Measurement of Friction, Heat Transfer and Strength of Oxides for Rolling or Forging Process Control Model. Project MMP6: Final Report.
Loveday M S, Gee M G, Brooks M R,
NPL Report CMMT(A)210, May 1999.
General
Paper # 316  Scratch Testing and Fine Scale Abrasion Testing of Hardmetals and Ceramics.
Gee M G, Gant A, Van den Berg L,
NPL Report CMMT(A)175, May 1999.
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Paper # 315  Abrasion and Reciprocating Wear Testing of Ceramics and Hardmetals.
Gee M G, Gant A, Byrne W P, Roebuck B,
NPL Report CMMT(A)166, May 1999.
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Paper # 314  Characterisation of Baseline Hardmetals Using Property Maps.
Roebuck B, Bennett E G, Byrne W P, Gee M G,
NPL Report CMMT(A)172, April 1999.
TE 65
Paper # 313  An NPL Rotating Wheel Abrasion Test.
Gee M G, Gant A J, Byrne W P,
NPL Measurement Note CMMT(MN)30, November 1998.
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Paper # 312  Development and Validation of Test Methods for Thin Hard Coatings (FASTE).
Vetters H, Meneve J, Jennett N M, Gee M G, von Stebut J, Kelly P,
SMT Contract MAT1-CT 9400045, April 1998.
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Paper # 311  Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Oil Films for Application to Piston Ring Lubrication
Dana E Richardson, Gary L Borman
SAE Paper – 922341 – 10/01/1992
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Paper # 310  Wear Testing Methods and Their Relevance to Industrial Wear Problems.
Gee M G, Owen-Jones S,
NPL Report CMMT(A)92, December 1997.
General
Paper # 309  Wear Testing Papers, Reports and Proceeding Database.
Owen-Jones S, Gee M G,
NPL Report CMMT(A)90, December 1997.
General
Paper # 308  Wear Testing Standards Database
Owen-Jones S, Gee M G,
NPL Report CMMT(A)89, December 1997.
General
Paper # 307  TiCxOy thin films for decorative applications: Tribocorrosion mechanisms and synergism
MT Mathew, E Ariza, LA Rocha, AC Fernandes, F Vaz
Wear Volume 41, Issue 7, July 2008, p. 603-615
TE 67
Paper # 306  Surface Characterisation Techniques for Wear Surfaces.
Gee M G,
NPL Report CMMT(A)73, July 1997
General
Paper # 305  Guidelines for Unlubricated Sliding Wear Tests: Part 2, Procedures for Pin-on-Disc Testing.
Gee M G,
NPL Report DMM(A)97, April 1993.
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Paper # 304  Guidelines for Unlubricated Sliding Wear Tests: Part 1, General Approach.
Gee M G,
NPL Report DMM(A)96, April 1993.
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Paper # 303  Combined effect of speed and humidity on the wear of silicon nitride.
Gee M G, Butterfield D,
NPL Report DMM (A)36, September 1991.
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Paper # 302  Tribological Characteristics of Electrolytic Coatings for Aluminum Engine Cylinder Lining Applications
Amit Datta, John Carpenter, Peter J Blau, Ronald D Ott
SAE Paper – 2002-01-0490 – 03/04/2002
TE 77
Paper # 301  Resistance of Paint Coatings to Multiple Solid Particle Impact: Effect of Coating Thickness and Substrate Material.
Trezona R. I., Hutchings I. M.,
Progress in Organic Coatings 41 (2001) 85-92,
TE 68
Paper # 300  Effect of Weathering on the Mechanical Durability of Automotive Clearcoats.
Trezona R. I., Hutchings I. M., Weakley A. P.,
Surface Coatings International, 83 (2000) 588-587,
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Paper # 299  Applications of the Micro-scale Abrasion Test for Coatings and Bulk Materials.
Hutchings I. M.,
D. Dowson, C. M. Taylor, M. Priest (eds.), Proc. 26th Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, Elsevier Tribology Series, 2000, pp. 37-42 ,
TE 66
Paper # 298  Solid Particle Erosive Wear Testing.
Hutchings I. M.,
ASM Handbook, vol. 8, ASM International, Materials Park, OH, USA, 2000, pp. 338-345,
TE 68
Paper # 297  A Full Factorial Investigation of the Erosion Durability of Automotive Clearcoats.
Trezona R. I., Pickles M J, Hutchings I. M.,
Tribology International 33 (2000) 559-571,
TE 68
Paper # 296  Comments on Micro-scale Abrasive Wear Testing of PVD Coatings on Curved Substrates.
Allsopp D. N., Hutchings I. M., Trezona R. I.,
Tribology Letters 7 (1999) 229-231,
TE 66
Paper # 295  Abrasive Wear Behaviour of an Alumina-aluminium Co-continuous Composite.
Imbeni V Hutchings I. M., Breslin M. C.,
Wear 233-235 (1999) 462-467,
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Paper # 294  Tribological Characteristics of WC-Ni and WC-Co Cemented Carbide in Dry Reciprocating Sliding Contact
K Bonny, P De Baets, J Vleugels
Tribology Transactions, Volume 52, Issue 4 July 2009 , p. 481 – 491
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Paper # 293  Three-body Abrasive Wear Testing of Soft Materials.
Trezona R. I, Hutchings I. M.,
Wear 233-235 (1999) 209-221,
TE 66
Paper # 292  Erosive Wear of Fibrous Ceramic Components by Solid Particle Impact.
Heuer V, Walter G., Hutchings I. M.,
Wear 225-229 (1999) 493-501,
TE 68
Paper # 291  Abrasive Wear Resistance of Plasma-sprayed Tungsten Carbide-cobalt Coatings.
Chen H., Hutchings I. M.,
Surface and Coatings Technology 107 (1998) 106-114,
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Paper # 290  Relationship between Microstructure and Erosive Wear Resistance of Plasma-sprayed Alumina Coatings.
Zhang X. S., Clyne T. W., Hutchings I. M.,
Surface Engineering 13 (5) (1997) 393-401,
TE 68
Paper # 289  Development of the Dry Sand/Rubber Wheel Abrasion Test.
Stevenson A. N. J., Hutchings I. M.,
Wear 195 (1996) 232-240,
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Paper # 288  A New Method for Measurement of Particle Abrasivity
Kelly D A, Hutchings I M,
Wear 250 (2001) 76-80.
TE 66
Paper # 287  Ring Crack Propagation in Silicon Nitride Under Rolling Contact
Wang Y, Hadfield M,
Wear 250 (2001) 282-292.
TE 92
Paper # 286  Radial Fretting Fatigue Damage of Surface Coatings
Zhu M H, Zhou Z R, Kapsa P, Vincent L,
Wear 250 (2001) 650-657.
DN 55
Paper # 285  Tribological Evaluation of Oil Pump Relief Valve Coatings Compatible with an Aluminum Oil Pump Body
Wang Y, Brogan K, Tung S,
Wear 250 (2001) 690-705.
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Paper # 284  Wear and Scuffing Characteristics of Composite Polymer and Nickel/ceramic Composite Coated Piston Skirts Against Aluminium and Cast Iron Cylinder Bores
Wang Y, Brogan K, Tung S,
Wear 250 (2001) 706-717.
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Paper # 283  The Influence of Honing on the Wear of Ceramic Coated Piston Rings and Cylinder Liners
Radil K,
Lubrication Engineering, Volume 58, Issue 7, July 2001.
TE 77
Paper # 282  A Review of ZDDPs: Characterisation and Role in Lubricating Oil
Barnes A, Bartle K, Thibon V,
Tribology International, 34 (2001) 389-395.
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Paper # 281  The Prediction of Fretting Fatigue Resistance of Various Surface Modification Layers on 1045 Steel: Role of Fretting Maps
Xu G Z, Liu J J, Zhou Z R,
Tribology International, 34 (2001) 569-575.
DN 55
Paper # 280  Additive Influence on Wear and Friction Performance of Environmentally Adapted Lubricants
Waara P, Hannu J, Norrby T, Byheden A,
Tribology International, 34 (2001) 547-556.
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Paper # 279  The Two-layer Structure of Zndtp Tribofilms
Martin J-M, Grossiord C, Le Mogne T, Bec S,TonckA,
Tribology International, 34 (2001) 523-530.
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Paper # 278  An Experimental Investigation on Composite Fretting Mode
Zhu M H, Zhou Z R, Kapsa P, Vincent L,
Tribology International, 34 (2001) 733-738.
DN 55
Paper # 277  Tribological evaluation of aluminum and magnesium sheet forming at high temperatures
MD Hanna
Wear Volume 267, Issues 5-8, 15 June 2009, p. 1046-1050
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Paper # 276  Tribological properties of diamond-like carbon coatings in lubricated automotive applications
H Renondeau, BL Papke, M
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Volume 223, Number 3 / 2009 p. 405-412
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Paper # 275  Tribological performance of an Al–Si alloy lubricated in the boundary regime with zinc dialkyldithiophosphate and molybdenum dithiocarbamate additives
X Xia, A Morina, A Neville, M Priest
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Volume 222, Number 3 / 2008 p. 305-314
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Paper # 274  Wear of Tungsten Carbide-Cobalt Hardmetals and Hot Isostatically Pressed High Speed Steels under dry Abrasive Conditions.
Gant A, Gee M G,
Wear 251 (2001) 908-915.
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Paper # 273  Low Load Multiple Pass Scratch Testing for Ceramics and Hardmetals.
Gee M G,
Wear 250 (2001) 264-281.
General
Paper # 272  Ball Crater Testing for the Dry Unlubricated Wear Testing of Wear Resistant Coatings.
Gee M G, Wicks M,
Surface Coating Technology, October 2000.
TE 66
Paper # 271  Tungsten Carbide for Abrasion Resistant Applications, Using Powder Metallurgy in Design.
Gee M G, Roebuck B,
Wear, Corrosion and Fatigue Resistance, Professional Engineering Publishers, April 2000, p 41-59.
TE 65
Paper # 270  Scratch Testing of Coated Surface – Challenges and New Directions.
Meneve J, Ronkainen H, Andersson P, Vercammen K,Camino D, Teer D G, von Stebut J, Gee M G, Jennett N M, Banks J, Bellaton B, Matthaei-Schultz E, Vetters H,
Second International Symposium on Adhesion Measurement of Thin Films and Coatings, Ed K Mittal, Adhesion Measurement of Films and Coatings, Volume 2, pp79-106.
General
Paper # 269  Mechanisms of Wear in the High Stress Abrasion of WC/Co Hardmetals.
Gee M G, Fang Liang, Roebuck B,
Proceedings of PM 99, Turin.
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Paper # 268  Hot Friction Testing of Ceramics.
Cox J M, Gee M G,
Brit Ceram Trans, 97(1998)87-90.
TE 92
Paper # 267  Measurement of Friction Under Simulated Metal Working Conditions in Miniaturised Test Systems.
Gee M G, Loveday M S, Brookes M R,
1997
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Paper # 266  Direct Measurement of Friction Applicable to Hot Strength Measurements.
Cox J M, Morrell R, Gee M G,
1997
General
Paper # 265  Critically Evaluated Abrasion Wear Tests on WC/Co Hardmetals.
Gee M G, Roebuck B, Byrne W P,
World Tribology Conference, London, September 1997.
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Paper # 264  High Temperature Wear of Silicon Nitride Composites.
Gee M G, Melandri C, de Portu G, Guicciardi S,
Tribology International, 28(1995)403-413.
General
Paper # 263  High Temperature Wear Behaviour of Silicon Nitride, Ceramics, Charting the Future.
Melandri C, Gee M G, de Portu G, Guicciardi S,
P Vincenzini (Editor), Techna Srl, 1995.
TE 92
Paper # 262  High Resolution Characterisation of Tribochemical Films on Alumina.
Gee M G, Jennett N M,
Wear 193(1995) 133-145.
General
Paper # 261  Evaluation of the Mechanical Properties of Tribochemical Films on Alumina.
Gee M G, Jennett N M,
Proceedings of the MRS, 356(1995)815-820.
General
Paper # 260  Wear Testing and Ceramics.
Gee M G,
Proc Instn Mech Engrs, 208(1994)153-166.
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Paper # 259  The Combined Effect of Speed and Humidity on the Wear and Friction of Silicon Nitride.
Gee M G, Butterfield D,
Wear 162-164(1993)234-245.
General
Paper # 258  Wear Metrology: The Art of Determining a Material’s Performance.
Gee M G,
Materials World, May 1993.
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Paper # 257  Tribological Properties of Electric Arc-Sprayed CuSn Coating for Bearing Elements
M Toparli, E Celik, I Birlik, E Dokumaci
Tribology Transactions, Volume 52, Issue 3 May 2009 , p. 389 – 394
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Paper # 256  Sliding Wear of Alumina.
Gee M G,
J Hard Materials, 3(1992)363-377.
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Paper # 255  The Formation of Aluminium Hydroxide in the Sliding Wear of Alumina.
Gee M G,
Wear 153(1992)201-227.
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Paper # 254  The Application of Confocal Scanning Microscopy to the Examination of Ceramic Wear Surfaces.
Gee M G, McCormick N J,
J Appl Phys D, 1A(1992)A230-235.
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Paper # 253  The Formation of Glass in the Wear of Reaction Bonded Silicon Nitride.
Gee M G,
J Appl Phys D, 1A(1992)A182-A188.
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Paper # 252  Modification to the Surface Layers of Alumina in Sliding Wear.
Gee M G,
British Ceramic Proceedings, 48(1991)11-25.
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Paper # 251  Effect of Test Machine Dynamics on the Sliding Wear of Alumina, Wear Testing of Advanced Materials.
Gee M G,
ASTM STP 1167, pp.24-44.
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Paper # 250  Results from a UK interlaboratory exercise on the wear of alumina.
Gee M G,
ASTM STP 1167, Wear Testing of Advanced Materials, pp. 129-150.
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Paper # 249  The Effects of Surrounding Atmosphere on the Wear of Sintered Alumina.
Perez-Unzueta A J, Beynon J H, Gee M G,
To be published in Wear.
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Paper # 248  Tribological properties of ionic liquids as lubricants and additives. Part 1: synergistic tribofilm formation between ionic liquids and tricresyl phosphate
MF Fox, M Priest
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology Volume 222, Number 3 / 2008 p. 291-303
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Paper # 247  The Measurement of Sliding Friction and Wear of Ceramics at High Temperature.
Gee M G, Matharu C S, Almond E A, Eyre T S,
Proceedings of the International Conference on the Wear of Materials, Denver, ASME, 1989. Also published in Wear 138(1990)169-187.
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Paper # 246  Effect of Surface Finish on the Sliding Wear of Alumina.
Gee M G, Almond E A,
J Mat Sci, 25(1990)296.
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Paper # 245  Effects of Test Variables in Wear Testing of Ceramics.
Gee M G, Almond E A,
Mat Sci Technol, 4(1988)877.
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Paper # 244  Effects from vibrations in wear testing of ceramics.
Gee M G, Almond E A,
Mat Sci Technol, 4(1988)655.
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Paper # 243  Ceramic Wear Testing and Design.
Gee M G, Almond E A,
Materials Engineering and Design, Eds B F Dyson and D R Hayhurst, Proceedings of the I of M meeting on Materials and Design, May 1988, 1989, Institute of Metals, p.159.
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Paper # 242  The Measurement of Wear and Friction at High Temperatures.
Gee M G, Matharu C S,
Proceedings of a conference on the mechanical testing of ceramics at high temperatures, April 1988, London. Elsevier, 1989, p.227, and in Int J High Technol. Ceram. 4(1988)319.
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Paper # 241  Some Observations of Ceramic-Metal Sliding Wear.
Gee M G,
British Ceramics Proceedings, 39(1987)141.
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Paper # 240  Results from a UK Interlaboratory Project on Dry Sliding Wear.
Almond E A, Gee M G,
Wear 120 (1987)101.
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Paper # 239  Comparison of Sliding and Abrasive Wear Mechanisms for Cemented Carbides and Ceramics.
Almond E A, Lay L A, Gee M G,
Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on the Science of Hard Materials, Institute of Physics Conference Series No 75: p919, Adam Hilger, 1986.
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Paper # 238  Traction Fluids – Present Status and Further Development
Tucker D G,
Proc. 7th International Colloquium, Tribology 2000 – Plus, Esslingen, January 2000, Paper 28.1, 1887-1895.
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Paper # 237  Sliding Wear of Plasma Nitrided Steels
Podgornik B, Vizintin J,
Proc. 7th International Colloquium, Tribology 2000 – Plus, Esslingen, January 2000, Paper 24.8, 1663-1670.
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Paper # 236  Wartungsfreie Trocken Laufende Gleitlager – Grundlagen und Berechnung
Berger M, Muller F, Deters L,
Proc. 7th International Colloquium, Tribology 2000 – Plus, Esslingen, January 2000, Paper 18.1, 1371-1379.
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Paper # 235  Palm Oil and Mineral Oil Based Lubricants – Their Tribological and Emission Performance
Masjuski H H, Maleque M A, Kubo A, Nonaka T,
Tribology International, 32(6), 1999, 305-314.
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Paper # 234  Piston Ring / Ring Groove Interactions in Internal Combustion Engines
Barrell D J W, Priest M, Taylor C M,
presented at “Mission of Tribology Research 8”, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London, 2nd December 1999, Paper 9.
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Paper # 233  Bench Test Study of Piston Flank and Piston Groove Interaction
Barrell D J W, Priest M, Taylor C M,
Proc. Leeds-Lyon Symposium, Vehicle Tribology, Dowson et al. (eds), 1999, Elsevier Tribology Series, 36, p. 343-351.
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Paper # 232  The Combined Effects of ZDDP, Surface Texture and Hardness on the Running-in of Ferrous Metals
Do H, Lin R C,
Tribology International, 32(5), 1999, 243-253.
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Paper # 231  A Study of the Performance and Properties of Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) Coatings Deposited by Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) for Two-Stroke Engine Components
Tither D, Ahmed W, Sarwar M, Penlington R,
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Heat-Resistant Materials, Natesan K, Ganesan P. and Lai G. Eds., Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 11-14 September 1995, 457-461.
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Paper # 230  On the Use of Laboratory Friction Tests to Select Lubricants for Cold Rolling of Aluminium Alloys
Deneuville P,
STLE Lubrication Engineering, 55(8), 1999, 28-32.
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Paper # 229  Wear Tests of Polymer Composite Compressor Seal Materials in Hydrogen Environment
Yu K, Bayliss R W, Hillman B,
Paper No. 52, NACE International Conference, Corrosion99, 1999.
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Paper # 228  Influence of Potential on the Friction and Wear of Mild Steel in a Model Aqueous Lubricant
Brandon N P, Bonanos N, Fogarty P O, Mahmood M N, Moore A J, Wood R J K,
J. App. Eletrochem, 23, 1993, 456.
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Paper # 227  Stuck Servovalves in Aircraft Hydraulic Systems
Sharma S K, Snyder CE, Gschwender L J, Liang J C, Schreiber B F,
STLE Lubrication Engineering, 55(7), 1999, 27-32.
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Paper # 226  Synthetic Fluids for High Capacity Traction Drives
Hammann W C, Schisla R M, Groenweghe L C D, Gash V W,
ASLE Preprint 69LC-10, 1969, 8-16.
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Paper # 225  Diamond Like Carbon Coatings via a Low Temperature Hybrid PACVD Process
Tither D, Ahmed W, Ahmed E,
Presented at 4th International Symposium on Advanced Materials ISAM-95, Islamabad, Pakistan, 1995.
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Paper # 224  A New P/M Stainless Steel with Improved Corrosion and Wear Resistance
Saunders J P, Nurthen P D, Trilk N, Woods P,
MPIF Conference, 1993.
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Paper # 223  Wear Performance of Compositions made by Low Alloy Iron/High Alloy Powder Mixtures
Nurthen P D, Davis T, Wood J V, Cadle T, Landgraf C,
MPIF Conference, “P/M Reaching New Heights”, Chicago, Vol. 5, 1991, 135.
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Paper # 222  Adhesive Wear and Rolling Contact Fatigue Performance of P/M Materials made from Mixtures of Low and High Alloy Ferrous Powders
Nurthen P D, Brewin P R, Davis T, Whitehead J A,
MPIF Conference, “Advances in Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials, San Francisco, Vol. 6, 1992, 265-279.
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Paper # 221  The Effect of Silicon Content and Morphology on the Wear of Aluminium/Silicon Alloys under Dry and Lubricated Conditions
Davis F A, Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 27(3), 1994, 171-181.
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Paper # 220  Use of Low-Viscosity, Low-Volatility Basestocks in Formulation of High Performance Motor Oils
T E Kiovsky, N C Yates, J R Bales
SAE Paper – 922348 – 10/01/1992
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Paper # 219  Friction and Wear Control in Industry
Eyre T S,
Metals and Materials, 7(3), 1991, 143-148.
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Paper # 218  The Effect of a Friction Modifier on Piston Ring and Cylinder Bore Friction and Wear
Davis F A, Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 23(3), 1990, 163-171.
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Paper # 217  Tribological Characteristics of Engineering Ceramics
Eyre T S,
11th RISO International Symposium, Roskilde, Denmark, 13-26.
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Paper # 216  Friction and Wear Control in Industry
Eyre T S,
Proceeding Nordtrib ’90, Hirtsals, Denmark, ISBN 87-983538-0-2, 1990, 31-46.
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Paper # 215  Characterisation and Simulation of Wear Occurring in the Cylinder Bore of the Internal Combustion Engine
Eyre T S, Dutta K K,, Davis F A,
Proc. I. Mech. E. Conference “Combustion Engines, Reduction of Friction and Wear”, C375/029, ISBN 085298 6955, 1989, 125-132. And reproduced Tribology International, 23(1), 1990, 11-16.
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Paper # 214  The Testing of Materials in Tribology
Eyre T S, Davis F A,
Surface Stability, Institute of Metals, 1989, 186-240.
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Paper # 213  Development of Tribo-Test Methods
Eyre T S,
Eurotrib ’89 Congress, Helsinki, June 1989, Vol. 5, 142-149.
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Paper # 212  Influence of Ion Implantation in Extending Tool Life in Polymer Processing
Furze D, Eyre T S,
Surface Engineering, 4(3), 1988, 227-232.
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Paper # 211  Wear of Hard Coatings on Aluminium Under Both Dry and Lubricated Conditions
Eyre T S, Abdul-Mahdi F S,
Proc. 2nd International Conference on Surface Engineering, The Welding Institute, 1987, 2-1 to 2-16.
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Paper # 210  Selecting the Optimum Surfacing Technique for Wear Resistance
Eyre T S,
Proc. 2nd International Conference on Surface Engineering, The Welding Institute, 1987, 43-1 to 43-14.
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Paper # 209  Bore Polishing – Identification and Simulation
Al-Khalidi G F, Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 20(1), 1987, 18-24.
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Paper # 208  Investigation into the Lubricating Effectiveness of Molybdenum Disulphide Dispersion in a Fully Formulated Oil
Arbabi H, Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 19(2), 1986, 87-91.
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Paper # 207  Wear of Ceramics Under Sliding Conditions
Arbabi H, Eyre T S,
Metals and Materials, 2(10), 1986, 625-630.
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Paper # 206  Effect of Attack Angle in Abrasive Wear
Mashloosh K M, Eyre T S,
Metals and Materials, 2(7), 1986, 426-430.
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Paper # 205  Friction and Wear of Some Ceramics in an Overhead Finger Follower System
Eyre T S, Benson J,
S.A.E. Paper 860398, 1986.
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Paper # 204  Friction and Wear of Aluminium and its Alloys
Eyre T S, Abdul-Mahdi F S,
Aluminium Technology, Institute of Metals, Paper 100, 1986, 485-492.
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Paper # 203  Abrasive Wear and its Application to Digger Teeth
Mashloosh K M, Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 18(5), 1986, 259-266.
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Paper # 202  Wear of Coatings on Aluminium and its Alloys
Abdul-Mahdi F S, Eyre T S,
First International Conference on Surface Engineering, The Welding Institute, 1985, p16, 203-222.
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Paper # 201  A Study Of Some Cylinder Liner Wear Problems Following the Introduction of High Speed Trains On British Rail
Eyre T S,
Proc. I. Mech. E. Conference, “Combustion Engines, Reduction of Friction and Wear”, ISBN 085298 5592, C74/85, 1985, 139-153.
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Paper # 200  Wear of Digger Teeth
Mashloosh K M, Akbasoglu F C, Eyre T S,
Tribology in Mineral Extraction, War on Wear, ISBN 085298 5436, Paper C343/84, 1984, 29-34.
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Paper # 199  An Investigation Into The Failure of a Slew Ring Type Bearing Taken From a Single Point Mooring
Eyre T S,
In Tribology Offshore, ISBN 85298 5231, MEP, 1984, 15-24.
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Paper # 198  Wear of Aluminium Alloys
Eyre T S,
Metals Society World, 3(1), 1984, 11-12.
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Paper # 197  Using Fiber Optics and Laser Fluorescence for Measuring Thin Oil Films With Application to Engines
Dana E Richardson, Gary L Borman
SAE Paper – 912388 – 10/01/1991
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Paper # 196  Wear of a Cobalt and a Nickel Alloy
Abdul-Mahdi F S, Eyre T S,
ASLE Lubrication Engineering, 40(4), 1984, 218-224.
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Paper # 195  Oxidative Wear of Aluminium Alloys
Eyre T S, Razavizadeh K,
Wear 87(3), 1983, 261-271.
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Paper # 194  Oxidative Wear of Aluminium Alloys
Eyre T S, Razavizadeh K,
Wear 79, 1982, 325-333.
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Paper # 193  Wear Diagnosis by Metallurgical Means
Eyre T S,
ASLE Lubrication Engineering, 7(1), 1981, 603-607.
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Paper # 192  Wear Mechanisms
Eyre T S,
Powder Metallurgy, 24(2), 1981, 57-63.
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Paper # 191  Wear Characteristics of Piston Rings and Cylinder Liners
Eyre T S, Dent N, Dale P,
ASLE Lubrication Engineering, 4(4), 1981, 216-221.
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Paper # 190  Wear of Aluminium Alloys
Eyre T S,
Microstructural Science Vol. 8, Proceedings of the 12th Annual Technical Meeting of the International Metallographic Society, Stevens, Vandervoort and McGall eds., 1980.
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Paper # 189  The Effect of Surface Topography on the Wear of Steel
Shafia R A, Eyre T S,
Wear 61(1), 1980, 87-100.
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Paper # 188  Tribological Characteristics of Diffusion Coatings
Eyre T S,
The Institution of Metallurgists, Surface Treatments for Protection, Spring Review Course, Series 3, No. 10, April 1978.
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Paper # 187  Wear Resistance of Metals
Eyre T S,
Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 13 “Wear”, Scott D. ed., Academic Press Inc., 1979.
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Paper # 186  The Metallurgy and Wear Characteristics of Boride Coatings
Eyre T S, Morri J,
Heat Treatment of Metals, 4(5), 1978, 103-105.
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Paper # 185  A Practical Interpretation of Unlubricated Wear Data for Some Non-Ferrous Metals
Stott G, Eyre T S,
Wear 50, 1978, 285-297.
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Paper # 184  Cylinder Liner Wear in Low Speed Diesel Engines
Nadel J, Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 11(5), 1978, 267-271.
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Paper # 183  The Use of a Replica Technique to Study Wear
Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 11(4), 1978, 241-242.
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Paper # 182  The Mechanisms of Wear
Eyre T S,
Tribology International, April 1978, 91-96.????
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Paper # 181  Wear of Aluminium – Silicon Alloys
Shivanath R, Sengupta P K, Eyre T S,
The British Foundryman, 70(12), 1977, 349-356.
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Paper # 180  Effect of Boronising on Adhesive Wear of Titanium Alloys
Eyre T S, Alsalim H,
Tribology International, 10(5), 1977, 281-285.
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Paper # 179  The Effect of Phosphating on the Friction and Wear Properties of Grey Cast Iron
Perry J, Eyre T S,
Wear 43, 1977, 185-197.
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Paper # 178  Wear Characteristics of Metals
Eyre T S,
Tribology International, 9(5), 1976, 203-212.
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Paper # 177  Wear of Sintered Metals
Eyre T S, Walker R K,
Powder Metallurgy, 1(1), 1976, 22-30.
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Paper # 176  Effect of Boronising on Friction and Wear of Ferrous Metals
Eyre T S,
Wear 34(3), 1975, 383-397.
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Paper # 175  Some Metallurgical Aspects of Scuffing
Eyre T S, Dutta K K,
Proc. I. Mech. E. International Conference on Scuffing, 1975, Paper C74/75.
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Paper # 174  Use of the Scanning Electron Microscope in Wear Studies
Eyre T S, Dutta K K,
ASLE/ASME Conference 1974, ASLE Paper 74-LC1B-1.
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Paper # 173  Assessing the Durability of Electro-deposited Metal Films
Briscoe B, Eyre T S,, Gologan V,
Wear 28, 1974, 271-275.
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Paper # 172  Friction and Wear of Some Engineering Materials Against Chromium Plating
Gologan V, Eyre T S,
Wear 28, 1974, 49-57.
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Paper # 171  Effect of Phosphorus on the Friction and Wear Characteristics of Grey Cast Iron
Eyre T S, Williams P,
Wear 24, 1973, 337-349.
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Paper # 170  The Formation of White Layers at Rubbing Surfaces
Eyre T S, Baxter A,
Metals and Materials, 6, 1972, 435-439.
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Paper # 169  Wear observations applied to lifeboat slipway launches
B Thomas, M Hadfield, S Austen
Wear Volume 267, Issue 11, 29 October 2009, p. 2062-2069
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Paper # 168  Running-in Characteristics of Graphitic Cast Iron
Eyre T S, Maynard D,
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, l9th Conference of Tribology Group, Paper C101/72 (1972).
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Paper # 167  Development of Materials for Automobile Crankshafts
Eyre T S, Lea M,
Engineering Materials and Design, 15, 1972, 327-333.
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Paper # 166  Surface Aspects of Unlubricated Metal to Metal Wear
Eyre T S, Maynard D,
Wear 18, 1971, 301-310.
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Paper # 165  The Relationship Between Load and Sliding Distance in the Initiation of Mild Wear in Steels
Farrell R M, Eyre T S,
Wear 15 (5), 1970, 359-372
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Paper # 164  Effect of Matrix Structure and Hardness on the Wear Characteristics of an S.G. Cast Iron
Eyre T S,
Wear l4, 1969, 107-117.
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Paper # 163  Wear Characteristics of Flake and Nodular Graphite Cast Iron
Eyre T S, Iles R P, Glasson D W,
Wear 13, 1969, 229-245.
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Paper # 162  The Dry Sliding Wear Characteristics of Copper With and Without 0.08 Silver
Eyre T S, Wibberley R,
Wear 13, 1969, 27-38.
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Paper # 161  Metallographic Aspects of Wear
Eyre T S, Wilson F,
Metals and Materials, 3(3), 1969, 86-91.
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Paper # 160  Reciprocating Friction and Wear Behaviour of a Ceramic-Matrix Graphite Composite for Possible Use in Diesel Engine Valve Guides
Blau P J, Dumont B, Braski D N, Jenkins T, Zanoria E S, Long M C,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 1338-1349.
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Paper # 159  Effects of Whisker Distribution and Sintering Temperature on Friction and Wear of Si3N4-Whisker-Reinforced Si3N4-Composites
Liang Y N, Lee S W, Park D S,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 1327-1337.
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Paper # 158  Rolling Contact Fatigue Failure Modes of Lubricated Silicon Nitride in Relation to Ring Crack Defects
Wang Y, Hadfield M,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 1284-1292.
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Paper # 157  Development and Use of ASTM Standards for Wear Testing
Blau P J, Budinski K G,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 1159-1170.
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Paper # 156  Scuffing and Wear Behaviour of Aluminium Piston Skirt Coatings Against Aluminium Cylinder Bore
Wang Y, Tung S C,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 1100-1108.
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Paper # 155  Tribological Behaviour of Plasma-Sprayed Chromium Oxide Coating
Ahn H-S, Kwon O-K,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 814-824.
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Paper # 154  Temperature Effects on the Wear Behaviour of Particulate Reinforced Al-Based Composites
Martin A, Rodriguez J, Llorca J,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 615-620.
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Paper # 153  The Rolling/Sliding Wear Response of Conventionally Processed and Spray Formed High Chromium Content Cast Iron at Ambient and Elevated Temperature
Hanlon D N, Rainforth W M, Sellars C M,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 587-599.
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Paper # 152  A Qualitative Empirical Model of Cylinder Bore Wear
Becker E P, Ludema K C,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 387-404.
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Paper # 151  The Effect of Load and Relative Humidity on Friction Coefficient Between High Density Polyethylene on Galvanized Steel – Preliminary Results
Da Silva C H, Tanaka D K, Sinatora A,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 339-342.
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Paper # 150  Three-Body Abrasive Wear Testing of Soft Materials
Trezona R I, Hutchings I M,
Presented at 21st IRG-OECD Meeting, Amsterdam, April 1999. To be published in Wear.
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Paper # 149  Transitions Between Two-Body and Three-Body Abrasive Wear: Influence of Test Conditions in the Microscale Abrasive Wear Test
Trezona R I, Allsopp D N, Hutchings I M,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 205-214.
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Paper # 148  The Sliding Wear Resistance and Frictional Characteristics of Surface Modified Aluminium Alloys Under Extreme Pressure
Dearnley P A, Gummersbach J, Weiss H, Ogwu A A, Davies T J,
Wear 225-229 (1999), 127-134.
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Paper # 147  Solution Decomposition of Zinc Dialkyl Dithiphosphate and its Effect on Antiwear and Thermal Film Formation Studies by X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy.
Suominen Fuller M L, Kasrai M, Bancroft G M, Fyfe K, Tan K H,
Tribology International, 31 (10), 1998, 627-644.
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Paper # 146  Dry Sliding Wear Characteristics of Some Zinc-Aluminium Alloys: a Comparative Study with a Conventional Bearing Bronze at a Slow Speed
Prasad B K, Patwardhan A K, Yegneswaran A H,
Wear 199, 1996, 142-151.
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Paper # 145  Traction Transmissions – Recent Developments in Engineering and Fluids
Tucker D G,
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Power, September 1978, 80-85.
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Paper # 144  Some Recent Research on the Perbury Variable-Speed Gear
Plint M A,
Proc. Inst. Mech. Engrs., 180 (3B), 1965-66, 225-227.
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Paper # 143  A Model Study of Lubricant Additive Reactions in the Presence of Methanol
Olsson B, Mattsson L, Nilsson P H, Otterholm B, Wirmark G,
Proc. Leeds-Lyon Symposium, Vehicle Tribology, Dowson et al. (eds), 1991, Elsevier Tribology Series, 18, Paper XVI(ii), p. 429-437.
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Paper # 142  Effects of Spin on Traction Characteristics
Makimo T, Kawase T,
Journal of Japan Society of Lubrication Engineers, 44 (1), 1999, 53-60.
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Paper # 141  A Calculation of Traction Properties Based on a Non-Linear Viscoelastic Model (Part 1); Measurement of Traction and Curve Fitting
Makimo T, Kawase T,
Journal of Japan Society of Lubrication Engineers, 43 (5), 1998, 421-428.
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Paper # 140  Traction Drive Contact Optimisation
Patterson M,
Proc. Leeds-Lyon Symposium, Vehicle Tribology, Dowson et al. (eds), 1991, Elsevier Tribology Series, 18, Paper X(iv), p. 295-300.
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Paper # 139  The Torotrak CVT: A Transmission Revolution
Soar G,
In Prospect (The Journal of the British Technology Group), 1990, 6-12.
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Paper # 138  Traction Lubes Show Great Promise
Herber J F, Joaquim M E,
Lubricants World, 6 (12), 1996
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Paper # 137  Traction in Elastohydrodynamic Contacts
Plint M A,
Proc. I. Mech. E., 182 (Pt 1), 1967, 25-31.
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Paper # 136  Ball Cratering for the Measurement of Coating Wear
Gee M G, Gant A,
NPL (National Physical Laboratory) Report CMMT (D)162, October 1998.
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Paper # 135  Wear Testing Methods and Their Relevance to Industrial Wear Problems
Gee M G, Owen-Jones S,
NPL (National Physical Laboratory) Report CMMT (A)92, December 1997.
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Paper # 134  Testing Extreme Pressure and Anti-Wear Performance of Crankcase and Gearbox Lubricants
Alliston-Greiner A F, Plint A G, Plint M A,
Proceedings of the XII NCIT, January 1998, p. 672-686.
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Paper # 133  Sliding wear of PP/UHMWPE blends: effect of blend composition
S A R Hashmi, Somit Neogi, Anuradha Pandey and Navin Chand
Wear 247 (2001) 9-14
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Paper # 132  Transitions Between Two-Body and Three-Body Abrasive Wear: Influence of Test Conditions in the Micro-Scale Abrasive Wear Test
Allsopp D N, Trezona R I, Hutchings I M,
Wear of Materials Conference, April 1999, to be published in Wear.
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Paper # 131  Abrasive Wear Behaviour of an Al2O3-Al Co-Continuous Composite
Imbeni V, Hutchings I M, Breslin M C,
Paper No. 133, International Conference on Erosive and Abrasive Wear (ICEAW), Cambridge, September 1998.
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Paper # 130  Three-Body Abrasive Wear of Soft Materials
Trezona R I, Hutchings I M,
Paper No. 114, International Conference on Erosive and Abrasive Wear (ICEAW), Cambridge, September 1998.
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Paper # 129  Erosive Wear of Fibrous Ceramic Components by Solid Particle Impact
Heuer V, Walter G, Hutchings I M,
Paper No. 115, International Conference on Erosive and Abrasive Wear (ICEAW), Cambridge, September 1998.
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Paper # 128  The Role of Test Conditions on the Micro-Abrasive Wear Behaviour of Soda-Lime Glass
Shipway P H,
Paper No. 11, International Conference on Erosive and Abrasive Wear (ICEAW), Cambridge, September 1998.
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Paper # 127  Novel Methods for Characterizing the Mechanical Durability of Automotive Paint Systems
Pickles M J, Trezona R I, Hutchings I M, Ramamurthy A C, Freese J W,
SAE 980977, Presented at the SAE International Congress, Detroit, February 1998.
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Paper # 126  The Effects of Ball Surface Condition in the Micro-Scale Abrasive Wear Test
Allsopp D N, Trezona R I, Hutchings I M,
Tribology Letters, 5, 1998, 259-264.
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Paper # 125  A New Technique for Determining the Micro-Scale Abrasion Resistance of Automotive Clearcoats
Trezona R I, Hutchings I M, Ramamurthy A C,
97PA018, Proc. ISATA Conference on Paint and Powder Coating Applications in the Automotive Industry, Florence, 1997.
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Paper # 124  The Abrasive and Erosive Wear of Polymeric Paint Films
Rutherford K L, Trezona R I, Ramamurthy A C, Hutchings I M,
Wear 203-204, 1997, 325-334.
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Paper # 123  A Method for Optimizing the Particle Flux in Erosion Testing with a in a Gas-Blast Apparatus
Shipway P H, Hutchings I M,
Wear 174, 1994, 169-175.
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Paper # 122  The Influence of Nozzle Length on the Divergence of the Erodent Particle Stream in a Gas-Blast Erosion Rig
Stevenson A N J, Hutchings I M,
Wear 189, 1995, 66-69.
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Paper # 121  Measurement of Coating Durability by Solid Particle Erosion
Shipway P H, Hutchings I M,
Surface Coatings and Technology, 71, 1995, 1-8.
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Paper # 120  The Effects of Irradiation and Aging on the Abrasive Wear Resistance of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene
Choudhury M, Hutchings I M,
Wear 203-204, 1997, 335-340.
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Paper # 119  Wettability Aspects of Friction and Wear reduction by a Fluorinated Sulphonamide Additive in a Chlorotrifluoroethylene-based Fluid
Cavdar B, Sharma S K, John P,
Tribology International, 28(8), 1995, 501-506.
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Paper # 118  A Study of Boundary Lubrication Thin Films Produced from a Perfluoropolyalkylether Fluid on M-50 Surfaces. 1. Film Species Characterization and Mapping Studies
Liang J C, Cavdar B, Sharma S K,
Tribology Letters, 3, 1997, 107-112.
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Paper # 117  Influence of Nozzle Roughness on Conditions in a Gas-Blast Erosion Rig
Shipway P H, Hutchings I M,
Wear 162-164, 1993, 148-158.
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Paper # 116  Improved Method of Testing Durability and Adhesion of Paints and Other Coatings
Hutchings I M, Shipway P H,,
93NM033, Proc. ISATA Conference on New and Alternative Materials for the Automotive Industries, Aachen, 1993, 165-170.
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Paper # 115  Bench Wear and Single-Cylinder Engine Evaluations of High Temperature Lubricants for U.S. Army Ground Vehicles
Lacey P I, Frame E A, Yost D M,
Belvoir Fuels and Lubricants Research Facility SwRI Report No. BFLRF 291, September 1994.
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Paper # 114  Tribological Properties of Fire-Resistant, Non-flammable, and petroleum-Based Hydraulic Fluids
Lacey P I, Naegeli D W, Wright B R,
In Tribology of Hydraulic Pump Testing, ASTM STP 1310, Totten G. E., Kling G. and Smolenski D, J, eds., ASTM, 1996.
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Paper # 113  Wear Bench Test of Materials Used for Piston Rings and Cylinder Liners of Internal Combustion Engines
Maru M M, Tanaka D K, Sinatora A, Galvano M,
SAE 982946 (presented at VII International Mobility Technology Conference, Sao Paulo, November 9-11, 1998).
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Paper # 112  Chemical Characterization of Tribochemical and Thermal Films Generated from Neutral and Basic ZDDPs using X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Fuller M, Yin Z, Kasrai M, Bancroft G M, Yamaguchi E S, Ryason P R, Willermet P A, Tan K H,
Tribology International, 30, 1997, 305-315.
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Paper # 111  Application of Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy in Chemical Characterisation of Antiwear Films Generated by ZDDP Part II: The Effects of Detergents and Dispersants.
Yin K, Kasrai M, Fuller M, Bancroft G M, Fyfe K, Colaianni M L, Tan K H,
Wear 202, 1997, 192-201.
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Paper # 110  Application of Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy in Chemical Characterization of Antiwear Films Generated by ZDDP Part I: The Effects of Physical Parameters.
Yin K, Kasrai M, Fuller M, Bancroft G M, Fyfe K, Tan K H,
Wear 202, 1997, 172-191.
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Paper # 109  Low ZDDP High Performance Semisynthetic Automotive Engine Oils Using Polymer Esters as an Antiwear Booster
Wallfahrer U, Bowen L,
Lubrication Engineering, 53(12), 1997, 23-28.
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Paper # 108  Mechanisms of Tribochemical Film Formation: Stability of Tribo- and Thermally- Generated ZDDP Films
Bancroft G M, Kasrai M, Fuller M, Yin Z, Fyfe K, Tan K H,
Tribology Letters March 1997 Volume 3 – No 1 – 47-51
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Paper # 107  Characterization of Molybdenum Nitride Coatings Produced by Arc-PVD Technique
Urgen M, Eryylmaz O L, Cakyr A F, Kayaly E S, Nilufer B, Ipyk Y,
Presented at ICMCTF97, published in Surface & Coatings Technology, 94/95, 1997.
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Paper # 106  Surface Fatigue of Engineering Polymers in Rolling Contact
Stolarski T A, Hosseini S M, Shogo Tobe,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 105  The Effects of Gamma Irradiation on the Fatigue Wear Resistance of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene
Choudhury M, Hutchings I M,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 104  Rolling Contact Fatigue Performance of Plasma Sprayed Coatings
Ahmed R, Hadfield M,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 103  Sliding Wear of Plasma-Sprayed Chromium Oxide-Silica Coating
Ahn H-S, Lee S K,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 102  The Utilization of Novel Bench Screening Techniques in the Development of Antiwear Additives for Lubricants
Migdal C A, Rowland R G, Baranski J R,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 101  Prediction of the Lubrication and Wear of Piston Rings – Theoretical Model
Priest M, Dowson D, Taylor C M,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 100  Initial Results from High Speed Reciprocating Testing of Polymer-Matrix Composites
Stirling C A, Bayliss R W,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 99  Tribological Behaviour of Plasma-Sprayed Zirconia Coatings
Ahn H-S, Kim J-Y, Lim D-S,
Wear 203-204, 1997, 77-87.
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Paper # 98  Wear of High-Velocity Oxy-Fuel (HVOF)- coated Cones in Rolling Contact
Ahmed R, Hadfield M,
Wear 203-204, 1997, 98-106.
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Paper # 97  The Effect of Processing Route, Composition and Hardness on the Wear Response of Chromium Bearing Steels in a Rolling-Sliding Configuration
Hanlon D N, Rainforth W M, Sellars C M,
Wear 203-204, 1997, 220-229.
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Paper # 96  Effects of Surface Grinding Conditions on the Reciprocating Friction and Wear Behaviour of Silicon Nitride
Blau P J, Martin R L, Zanoria E S,
Wear 203-204, 1997, 648-657.
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Paper # 95  Mechanical and Tribochemical Effects During Accelerated Wear of Silicon Nitride in Diamond Slurries
Jisheng E, Stolarski T A, Gawne D T,
Tribology Transactions, 40, 1997, 597-604.
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Paper # 94  Reliable Model of Lubricant-Related Friction in Internal Combustion Engines
Benchaita M T, Lockwood F E,
Lubrication Science, 5(4), 1993, 259-280.
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Paper # 93  Influences of Lubricant Properties on ASTM Sequence VI and Sequence VI-A Fuel Efficiency Performance
Moore A J,
SAE Paper 961138, 1996, 1-12.
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Paper # 92  Formation and Characterisation of Self-Lubricating MoS2 Precursor Films on Anodised Aluminium
Wang H W, Skeldon P, Thompson G E,
Wear 206, 1997, 187-196.
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Paper # 91  Development and Tribological Assessment of Self-Lubricating Anodic Films on Aluminium
Wang H W, Skeldon P, Thompson G E,
Surface Coatings and Technology, 88, 1996, 269-273.
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Paper # 90  The Development of Testing of Polymer-Matrix Composites Running Under High-Speed Reciprocating Conditions
Bayliss R W, Stirling C A, Alliston-Greiner A F, Plint A G,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 89  Theory and Application of a Micro-Scale Abrasive Wear Test
Rutherford K L, Hutchings I M,
Journal of Testing and Evaluation, JTEVA, 25(2), March 1997, 250-260.
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Paper # 88  Accelerated Wear of Ceramics Assisted by Tribochemical Effects
Kaur R G, Stolarski T A, Coates D A, Gelder A,
presented at First World Tribology Congress, Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference C491, September 1997.
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Paper # 87  Frictional Properties of Organomolybdenum Compounds in the Presence of ZDTPs under Sliding Conditions
Muraki M, Wada H,
in “Lubricants and Lubrication”, Dowson et al. eds., Elsevier, 1995, 409-422.
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Paper # 86  Physio-Chemical Studies on Potential Lubricants: Phthalocyanines
Tewari U S, Sharma S K,
Tribology International, 22 (4), 1989, 253-258.
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Paper # 85  Friction and Wear Studies of a Bismaleimide
Tewari U S, Sharma S K, Vasudevan P,
Tribology International, 21(10), 1988, 27-30.
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Paper # 84  Rolling Contact Fatigue Behaviour of Thermally Sprayed Rolling Elements
Ahmed R, Hadfield M,
Surface and Coatings Technology, 82, 1996, 176-186.
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Paper # 83  Failure Modes of Ceramic Elements with Ring-Crack Defects
Hadfield M, Stolarski T A, Cundill R T, Horton S,
Tribology International, 26 (3), 1993, 157-164.
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Paper # 82  Accelerated Wear of Ceramic Balls
Stolarski T A,
Ceramics International 18, 1992, 379-384.
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Paper # 81  Residual Stresses in Failed Ceramic Rolling-Contact Balls
Hadfield M, Fujinawa G, Stolarski T A,, Tobe S,
Ceramics International 19, 1993, 307-313.
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Paper # 80  Delamination of Ceramic Balls in Rolling Contact
Hadfield M, Stolarski T A,, Cundill R T,
Ceramics International 19, 1993, 151-158.
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Paper # 79  Failure Modes in Pre-Cracked Ceramic Elements under Rolling Contact
Hadfield M, Stolarski T A, Cundill R T, Horton S,
Wear 169, 1993, 69-75.
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Paper # 78  Failure Modes of Ceramics in Rolling Contact
Hadfield M, Stolarski T A,, Cundill R T,
Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. A, 443, 1993, 607-621.
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Paper # 77  Rolling Contact Fatigue of Polymers and Polymer Composites
Stolarski T A,
Chapter 17 in Advances in Composite Tribology, Klaus Friedrich ed., Elsevier Composite Materials Series Volume 8, 1993.
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Paper # 76  New Rubber Friction Test Machine
Roberts A,
Rubber World, 209 (4), 1994, 16-18.
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Paper # 75  Friction Test Machines for Rubbery Materials
Alliston-Greiner A F,
Tribotest Journal, 1(1), 1994, 63-75.
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Paper # 74  Friction and Wear of TiN Coatings: Contribution of CETRIB/INEGI to the TWA1-1993-VAMAS Round-Robin
Baptista A P M,
Wear 192, 1996, 237-240.
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Paper # 73  Effect of Metallic-Coating Properties on the Tribology of Coated and Oil-Lubricated Ceramics
Ajayi O O, Erdemir A, Fenske G R, Erck R A, Hsieh J H, Nichols F A,
Tribology Transactions, 37(3), 1994, 656-666.
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Paper # 72  A New Grease Viscometer: A Study of the Influence of Shear Properties of Greases
Plint M A, Alliston-Greiner A F,
NLGI Spokesman, 56 (2), 1992, 7-15.
General
Paper # 71  Prediction of ASTM Sequence VI and VIA Fuel Economy Based on Laboratory Bench Tests
Gangopadhay A K, Sorab J, Willermet P A, Schriewer K, Fyfe K, Lai P K S,
SAE 961140, 1996.
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Paper # 70  Test Methods in Tribology
Alliston-Greiner A F,
in “New Directions in Tribology”, Plenary and Invited Papers from the First World Tribology Congress, Hutchings I. M. ed., MEP, 1997, 85-94.
General
Paper # 69  Guidelines for Laboratory Wear Testing
Alliston-Greiner A F,
Donald Julius Groen Prize Lecture, presented at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, December 6th 1996.
General
Paper # 68  The Energy Pulse: a New Criterion and its Relevance to Wear in Gear Teeth and Automotive Engine Valve Trains
Plint M A, Alliston-Greiner A F,
Lubrication Science, 1996, 8-3, 233-251.
General
Paper # 67  Wear of aligned silicon nitride under dry sliding conditions
M Belmonte, P Miranzo, MI Osendi, JR Gomes
Wear Volume 266, Issues 1-2, 5 January 2009, p. 6-12
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Paper # 66  Tribology in Engine Development: the Role of Test Methods and Procedures
Alliston-Greiner A F, Plint M A,
Automotive Design Engineering Yearbook 1992, Century Press, 221-225.
General
Paper # 65  Tribology, Lubrication and Wear
Alliston-Greiner A F, Plint M A,
Automotive Design Engineering Yearbook, Century Press, 1991, 225-229.
General
Paper # 64  The Influence of Composition on the Lubricity of Diesel Fuels
Hadley J W, Mills B,
CEC/93/EF12, 4th International Symposium on the Performance Evaluation of Automotive Fuels and Lubricants, 1993.
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Paper # 63  Bench Wear Testing of Common Gasoline Engine Cylinder Bore Surface/Piston Ring Combinations
Hill S H, Hartfield-Wünsch S E, Tung S C,
STLE Preprint 96-AM-6C-2, 1996, 1-7.
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Paper # 62  Effect of Humidity on Friction and Wear for a Linear Perfluoropolyalkylether Fluid under Boundary Lubrication Conditions
Helmick L S, Sharma S K,
Lubrication Engineering, 1996, 52 (6), p. 437-442.
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Paper # 61  Tribochemistry of a PFPAE Fluid on M-50 Surfaces by FTIR Spectroscopy
Liang J C, Helmick L S,
Tribology Transactions, 1996, 39 (3), p. 705-709.
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Paper # 60  The Influence of Interfacial Potential on Friction and Wear in an Aqueous Drilling Mud
Brandon N P, Wood R J K,
Wear 1993, 170, p. 33-38.
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Paper # 59  Wear Behaviour of Plasma-Sprayed Partially Stabilized Zirconia on a Steel Substrate
Ahn H-S, Kwon O-K,
Wear 1993, 162-164, p. 636-644.
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Paper # 58  Wear with Low-Lubricity Fuels I. Development of a Wear Mapping Technique
Lacey P I,
Wear 1993, 160, p. 325-332.
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Paper # 57  Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of the Plasma Sprayed Mo and Co Alloy Coating Layers (IN KOREAN)
Nam T-H, Hur G-C, Lee S W, Ha G-H, Kim B-K,
Journal of the Korean Inst. Metals and Materials, 1995, 33 (4), p. 556-562.
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Paper # 56  Laboratory Screening Tests for Low Sulphur Diesel Fuel Lubricity
Cooper D,
Lubrication Science, 1995, 7 (2), p. 133-148.
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Paper # 55  Electroless Nickel/PTFE Composites
Ebdon P R,
SAE 880875, 24th Annual Aerospace/Airline Plating and Metal Finishing Forum, 1988.
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Paper # 54  Dry Lubrication Using a Composite Coating
Ebdon P R,
Proc. I. Mech. E., C130/87, p.537-542
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Paper # 53  Machines and Methodologies for Wear Testing Extreme Pressure and Anti-Wear Properties of Lubricants
Plint A G,
Proceedings of the XI NCIT, January 22-25, 1995, p. 375-386.
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Paper # 52  Friction and Wear of Carbon-Graphite Materials Against Metal and Ceramic Counterfaces
Blau P J, Martin R L,
Tribology International, 1994, 27(6), p. 413-422.
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Paper # 51  On the Prediction of the Anti-Wear Performance of an Engine Oil
Jarnias F, Du Parquet J,
Proceedings of the XI NCIT, January 22-25, 1995, p. 409-414.
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Paper # 50  Study of Tribochemical Film Formation using X-Ray Absorption and Photoelectron Spectroscopies
Kasrai M, Fuller M, Scaini M, Yin Z, Brunner R W, Bancroft G M, Fleet M E, Fyfe K, Tan K H,
21st Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, Lubricants and Lubrication, Dowson et al. (eds), Elsevier, 1995, p. 659-669.
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Paper # 49  Wear of Piston Rings and Liners By Laboratory Simulation
Ralph Slone, Donald J Patterson, Kevin M Morrison, George B Schwartz
SAE Paper – 890146 – 02/01/1989
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Paper # 48  Application of Thin Layer Activation to Lubricant Evaluation: On-Line Monitoring of Wear on a Reciprocating Test Bench
Delvigne T, Oxorn K,
Industrial Diagnostic Services Report, 6, rue J. Lenoir, B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 1993.
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Paper # 47  The Composition and Structure of Model Zinc Dialkyldithiophosphate Anti-Wear Films
Bell J C, Delargy K M,
6th International Congress on Tribology, Eurotrib 93, 1993.
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Paper # 46  The Influence of Boundary Films on Lubricant Anti-Scuff Performance
Cooper D, Moore A J,
21st Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, Lubricants and Lubrication, Dowson et al. (eds), Elsevier, 1995, p. 617-633.
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Paper # 45  Wear Control in Automotive Diesel Engines
Cooper D, Moore A J,
Austrib ’94, 4th International Tribology Conference, Perth, 1994.
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Paper # 44  Wear-Reducing Surface Films Formed by a Fluorinated Sulfonamide Additives in a Chlorotrifluoroethylene-Based Fluid
Cavdar B, Sharma S K, Gschwender L J,
STLE Preprint 94-AM-3G-1, 49th STLE Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, 1994.
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Paper # 43  Scale Effects in Sliding Friction: An Experimental Study
Blau P J,
Fundamentals of Friction: Macroscopic and Microscopic Processes, Singer I. L. and Pollock H. M. (eds), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992.
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Paper # 42  Development of a Lubricity Test Based on the Transition from Boundary Lubrication to Severe Adhesive Wear in Fuels
Lacey P I,
STLE Preprint 94-AM-5J-1, 49th STLE Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, 1994.
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Paper # 41  The Investigation of ZDTP Anti-Wear Additive Surface Morphologies by Coupling Atomic Force Microscopy with Friction Measurements
Mowlem J, Laurion T, Landol M,
STLE Preprint 94-PS-3G-6, 49th STLE Annual Meeting, 1994.
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Paper # 40  Gear Box Oil Test Procedures: A Critical Study
Alliston-Greiner A F, Plint M A,
CEC/93/TL02, Proceedings of 4th International Symposium on the Performance Evaluation of Automotive Fuels and Lubricants, 1993.
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Paper # 39  Evaluation of a High Frequency Reciprocating Wear Test for Measuring Diesel Fuel Lubricity
Hadley J W, Owen G C, Mills B,
SAE 932692, (also in SAE SP-996)
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Paper # 38  Wear of spheroidal graphite cast irons for tractor drive train components
M Beltowksi, PJ Blau, J Qu
Wear Volume 267, Issues 9-10, 9 September 2009, p. 1752-1756
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Paper # 37  Development of a Laboratory Test to Predict Lubricity Properties of Diesel Fuels and Its Application to the Development of Highly Refined Diesel Fuels
Spikes H A, Meyer K, Bovington C, Caprotti R,, Krieger K,
9th International Colloquium, Ecological and Economical Aspects of Tribology, 1994, Paper 3.11, 1-16.
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Paper # 36  Polymer Esters and Their Synergy with ZDDP – A Possibility to Reduce ZDDP Content in Lubricants?
Wallfahrer U,
9th International Colloquium, Ecological and Economical Aspects of Tribology, Esslingen, Paper 11.14, 1-10.
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Paper # 35  Development of a Bench Wear Test for the Evaluation of Engine Cylinder Components and the Correlation with Engine Test Results
Hartfield-Wünsch S E, Tung S C, Rivard C J,
SAE 932693, 1993 (also in SAE SP-996, Tribological Insights and Performance Characteristics of Modern Engine Lubricants)
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Paper # 34  A Diamond-like Carbon Film for Wear Protection of Steel
Harris S J, Tung S C, Simko M C,
International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films, San Diego, 1993.
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Paper # 33  Surface and Tribological Characterization of Coatings for Friction and Wear Reduction
Simko S J, Militello M C, Tung S C,
SAE 932787, 1993. Also SAE SP-996, Tribological Insights and Performance Characteristics of Modern Engine Lubricants SAE Technical Papers Document Number: 932787
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Paper # 32  Extreme Pressure and Anti-Wear Properties of Lubricants: A Critical Study of Current Test Methods and Suggestions for the Future
Plint M A, Alliston-Greiner A F,
ASTM STP 1199, Tribology: Wear Test Selection for Design and Application, Ruff A. W. and Bayer R. G. (eds), 1993.
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Paper # 31  A New Technique to Enhance Film-Coating Process by Electrochemical Reaction in Oil-Based Media
Wang S-C S, Tung S C,
STLE Trans., 1994, 37(1), p. 175-181.
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Paper # 30  Microstructures and Tribological Characteristics of Electron-Beam Co-Deposited Ag/Mo Thin Film Coatings
Tung S C, Cheng Y-T,
Wear 1993, 162-164, p. 763-772.
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Paper # 29  A Retrospective Survey of the Use of Laboratory Tests to Simulate Internal Combustion Engine Materials Tribology Problems
Blau P J,
ASTM STP 1199, Tribology: Wear Test Selection for Design and Application, Ruff A. W. and Bayer R. G. (eds), 1993.
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Paper # 28  The Impact of Organomolybdenum Compounds on The Frictional Characteristics of Crankcase Engine Oils
Stipanovic A J, Schoonmaker J P,
SAE 932779, 1993 (also in SAE SP-996, Tribological Insights and Performance Characteristics of Modern Engine Lubricants)
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Paper # 27  Fuel Efficiency Screening Tests for Automotive Engine Oils
Moore A J,
SAE 932689, 1993 (also in SAE SP-996, Tribological Insights and Performance Characteristics of Modern Engine Lubricants)
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Paper # 26  Antiwear Mechanism of Zinc Dialkyl Dithiophosphates Added to Paraffinic Oil in the Boundary Lubrication Condition
So H, Lin Y C, Huang G G S, Cherney T S T,
Wear 1993, 166, p.17-26.
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Paper # 25  Diamond-like Carbon Coatings on Ti-6Al-4V
Kustas F M, Misra M S, Wei R, Wilbur P J,
Tribology Transactions, 1993, 36(1), p.113-119.
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Paper # 24  Bench Wear Testing of Engine Power Cylinder Components
Patterson D J, Hill S H, Tung S C,
Lubrication Engineering, 1993, 49(2), p. 89-95.
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Paper # 23  The Development of a Reciprocating Rig Technique to Assess the Stick-Slip Properties of Slideway Lubricants
Coates D A,
I. Mech. E. The Mission of Tribology Research, December 1992 (unpublished).
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Paper # 22  The Use of a Laboratory Wear Simulation Technique for the Development of Marine Cylinder Lubricants
Davis F A, Moore A J, Pridmore S,
Presented at CIMAC ’93, 1993.
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Paper # 21  Lubrication Influences on the Wear of Piston-Ring Coatings
Bell J C, Delargy K M,
Proceedings of the 16th Leeds-Lyon Symposium, Mechanics of Coatings, 1989, p. 371-377.
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Paper # 20  The Removal of Substrate Material through Thick Zinc Dithiophosphate Anti-Wear Films
Bell J C, Delargy K M, Seeney A M,
Proc. Leeds-Lyon Symposium, Wear Particles, Dowson et al. (eds), 1992, Elsevier, Paper IX(ii), p. 387-396.
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Paper # 19  Untersuchung zur Tribologie von Flugturbinenolen unter Mischreibungsbedingungen (Tribological Investigations of Aviation Turbine Oils under Mixed Lubrication Conditions)
Schroeder H, Jantzen E,
Proc. 8th International Colloquium, Tribology 2000, Esslingen, January 1992, Paper 19.10, 1-16.
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Paper # 18  A Tribological Study of Overbased Detergents
O’Conner S P, Crawford J, Moore A J,
Proc. 8th International Colloquium, Tribology 2000, Esslingen, January 1992, Paper 7.7, 1-13.
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Paper # 17  Overbased Lubricant Detergents – A Comparative Study of Conventional Technology and a New Class of Product
O’Conner S P, Crawford J, Cane C,
Proc. 7th International Colloquium, Automotive Lubrication, Esslingen, January 1990, Paper 12.15, 1-16.
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Paper # 16  Fuel Lubricity Requirements for Diesel Injection Systems
Lacey P I, Lestz S J,
Belvoir Fuels and Lubricants Research Facility SwRI Report No. BFLRF 270, Feb 1991.
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Paper # 15  Wear Resistant Ceramic Coatings
Naylor M G S,
Presented at US Department of Energy Annual Automotive Technology Development Contractor’s Coordination Meeting, Dearborn, Michigan, October 22-25, 1990., SAE P-243, 273-281.
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Paper # 14  Development of Wear-Resistant Ceramic Coatings for In-Cylinder Diesel Engine Components
Naylor M G S, Fear M P,
Presented at Coatings for Advanced Heat Engines Workshop, Castine, Maine, August 6-9 1990.
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Paper # 13  A New Technique or the Investigation of Stick-Slip
Plint A G, Plint M A,
Tribology International, 1985, 18(4), p. 247-249.
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Paper # 12  Test Procedure for Rapid Assessment of Frictional Properties of Engine Oils at Elevated Temperatures
Plint A G, Plint M A,
Tribology International, 1984, 17(4), p. 209-213.
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Paper # 11  Development of Fuel Wear Tests Using the Cameron-Plint High Frequency Reciprocating Machine
Kanakia M D, Cuellar Jr J P, Lestz S J,
Belvoir Fuels and Lubricants Research Facility SwRI Report No. BFLRF 262, May 1989.
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Paper # 10  Routine Engine Tests – Can We Reduce Their Number ?
Plint M A, Alliston-Greiner A F,
Petroleum Review, July 1990, p. 368-370.
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Paper # 9  Addition of Solid Lubricants to Grease: Influence of Solid Content and Powder Characteristics on Sliding Friction and Wear
Fatkin J, Cron A,
ITC, Nagoya, 1990, 2F1-2, p.1101-1106.
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Paper # 8  Sliding Friction and Wear Behaviour of Several Nickel Aluminide Alloys Under Dry and Lubricated Conditions
Blau P J, De Vore C E,
Tribology International, 1990, 23(4), p. 226-234.
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Paper # 7  The Transition Between Mild and Severe Wear for Boundary Lubricated Steels
Samuels B, Richards M N,
ASME Journal Of Tribology, 1991, 113, p. 65-72.
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Paper # 6  In-Situ Electro-charging for Friction Reduction and Wear Resistant Film Formation
Tung S C, Wang S-C S,
STLE Tribology Conference, Toronto, October 7-10, 1990.
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Paper # 5  Electrical Phenomena Associated with Boundary Lubricated Friction
Morizur M F, Briant J,
Proc. 5th Int. Congress on Tribology, Eurotrib 1989, Vol. 5, p. 272-279.
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Paper # 4  Modifications of Electron Properties of Friction Surfaces in Boundary Lubrication
Morizur M F, Briant J,
Proc. I. Mech. E., Tribology – Friction, Lubrication and Wear, Fifty Years On, 1987, p. 447-454.
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Paper # 3  Compositional Changes in Lubricated Sliding Metal Surfaces Related to Seizure
Johanssen E, Hogmark S, Nilsson H, Redelius P,
Proc. 5th Int. Congress on Tribology, Eurotrib 1989, Vol. 1, p. 174-180.
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Paper # 2  Testing EP and Anti-Wear Performance of Gear Lubricants
Alliston-Greiner A F,
Proc. I. Mech. E., J. Aerospace Eng., 1991, 205, p. 89-101.
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Paper # 1  A Reciprocating Wear Test for Evaluating Boundary Lubrication
Sheasby J S, Caughlin T A, Blahey A G, Laycock K F,
Tribology International, 1990, 23(5), p. 301-307.
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