Superlubricity is defined as a sliding regime in which friction or resistance to sliding vanishes. It has been shown that energy can be conserved by further reducing/removing friction in moving mechanical systems and this book includes contributions from world-renowned scientists who address some of the most fundamental research issues in overcoming friction. Superlubricity reviews the latest methods and materials in this area of research that are aimed at removing friction in nano-to-micro scale machines and large scale engineering components. Insight is also given into the atomic-scale origins of friction in general and superlubricity while other chapters focus on experimental and practical aspects or impacts of superlubricity that will be very useful for broader industrial community.
* Reviews the latest fundamental research in superlubricity today
* Presents 'state-of-the-art' methods, materials, and experimental techniques
* Latest developments in tribomaterials, coatings, and lubricants providing superlubricity
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Chapter 3 Theoretical Studies of Superlubricity
Chapter 4 Abinitio Atomic Scale Study of Nearly Frictionless Surfaces
Chapter 5 Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Tribology
Chapter 6 What Causes Low Friction What Causes High Friction
Chapter 7 Frictional Dynamics at the Atomic Scale in Presence of Small Oscillations of the Sliding Surfaces
Chapter 8 Effect of Surface Roughness and Adsorbates on Superlubricity
Chapter 15 Superlubricity by H2S Gas Lubrication of Mo
Chapter 16 Superlubricity in Diamondlike Carbon Films
H Films Tribochemical and Rheological Effects
Chapter 18 Suppression of Moisture Sensitivity of Friction in CarbonBased Coatings
Chapter 19 Application of Carbon Based NanoMaterials to Aeronautics and Space Lubrication
Chapter 20 Superlubricity of CNxcoatings in Nitrogen Gas Atmosphere
Chapter 21 Achieving Ultralow Friction by Aqueous BrushAssisted Lubrication
From Superlubricity to StickSlip
Chapter 9 AtomicScale Investigation of Superlubricity on Insulating Surfaces
Chapter 10 Superlubricity of Fullerene Intercalated Graphite Composite
Chapter 11 Superlubricity of Ag NanometerThick Layers under Macroscopic Sliding System in UHV Condition
Chapter 12 Superlubricity between Graphite Surfaces
Chapter 13 Superlubricity of Molybdenum Disulfide
Chapter 14 Superlubricity of Tungsten Disulfide Coatings in Ultra High Vacuum
Chapter 23 Super Low Traction under EHD Mixed Lubrication Regimes
Chapter 24 Superlubricity of In Situ Generated Protective Layer on Worn Metal Surfacesin situ generated protective layer on worn metal surfaces in ...
Chapter 25 Superlubricity of DiamondGlycerol Technology Applied to Automotive Gasoline Engines
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