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Title: Melting of ultrathin lubricant film due to dissipative heating of friction surfaces
Authors: Хоменко, Олексій Віталійович
Хоменко, Алексей Витальевич
Khomenko, Oleksii Vitaliiovych
Ляшенко, Яков Олександрович
Ляшенко, Яков Александрович
Liashenko, Yakov Oleksandrovych
Keywords: ultrathin lubricant film
phase diagram
stick-slip friction
Langevin equation
Issue Year: 2007
Publisher: Pleiades publishing, Ltd
Citation: A.V. Khomenko, I.A. Lyashenko, Melting of ultrathin lubricant film due to dissipative heating of friction surfaces // Technical Physics, Vol. 52, No. 9, pp. 1239-1243
Abstract: Melting of an ultrathin lubricant film during friction between atomically smooth surfaces is studied. Additive noise of shear stress and strain as well as of film temperature is introduced and the phase diagram is constructed. On the diagram, the noise intensity for this temperature and the temperature of friction surfaces determine the regions of sliding, dry, and stick-slip friction. As a result of numerical analysis of the Langevin equation for various regions of the diagram, time series of stresses are constructed, which make it possible to explain the experiment on friction, in which intermittent motion is observed. Lubricant melting due to dissipa-tive heating of friction surface is considered and the experimental time dependences of friction force are interpreted. When you are citing the document, use the following link http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/16209
URI: http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/16209
Type: Article
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