Surface Modifications and Mechanisms: Friction, Stress, and Reaction Engineering

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Overview

Leading readers through an extensive compilation of surface modification reactions and processes for specific tribological results, this reference compiles detailed studies on various residual stresses, reaction processes and mechanisms, heat treatment methods, plasma-based techniques, and more, for a solid understanding of surface structural changes that occur during various engineering procedures. This unique book explores topics previously ignored in other texts on surface engineering and tribology, offers guidelines for the consideration and design of wear life and frictional performance, and sections on laser impingement and nanometer scale surface modification.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780824748722
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 4/30/2004
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 800
  • Sales rank: 1,380,770
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Contributors
Pt. 1 Residual stresses
1 Temperature and stress fields due to contact with friction, surface heat treatment, welding, and cutting 1
2 Stresses in thin films 17
Pt. 2 Reaction processes and mechanisms
3 Metallic tribo-oxides : formation and wear behavior 31
4 Review on lubricious oxides and their practical importance 59
5 Plastics 81
6 Tribochemistry 99
7 Tribopolymerization as a mechanism of boundary lubrication 165
8 Hydrolysis 203
9 Oil surface : additive reaction mechanisms 243
10 Surface chemistry of extreme-pressure lubricant additives 299
11 Tribochemistry of boundary lubrication processes 353
12 Electrochemistry, corrosion, and corrosion-wear 405
13 Corrosion and its impact on wear processes 457
Pt. 3 Surface modification by heat treatment and plasma-based methods
14 Heat treatment : tribological applications 501
15 Plasma-based surface modification 543
16 Surface engineering with lasers 603
17 Nanometer-scale surface modification using scanning force microscopy in chemically active environments 671
Pt. 4 Modeling, simulation, and design
18 Designing for wear life and frictional performance 707
19 Simulation methods for interfacial friction in solids 723
Index 751
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