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Title: Thermodynamics and kinetics of boundary friction
Authors: Хоменко, Олексій Віталійович
Хоменко, Алексей Витальевич
Khomenko, Oleksii Vitaliiovych
Ляшенко, Яков Олександрович
Ляшенко, Яков Александрович
Liashenko, Yakov Oleksandrovych
Metlov, L.S.
Keywords: ultrathin lubricant film
solid surfaces
thermodynamic
friction
tribological model
Issue Year: 2011
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishing Company
Citation: I.A. Lyashenko, A.V. Khomenko, L.S. Metlov, Thermodynamics and kinetics of boundary friction // Tribology International. - 2011. - V.44, No. 4. - P. 476-482.
Abstract: A deterministic theory describing the behavior of an ultrathin lubricant film between two atomically-smooth solid surfaces is proposed. For the description of lubricant state the parameter of excess volume arising due to chaotization of solid medium structure in the course of melting is introduced. Thermodynamic and shear melting are described. Dependences of friction force on temperature of lubricant, shear velocity of rubbing surfaces, and pressure upon surfaces are analyzed. Within the framework of a simple tribological model the stick-slip mode of friction, when the lubricant periodically melts and solidifies, is described. The obtained results are qualitatively compared with the experimental data. When you are citing the document, use the following link http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/18088
URI: http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/18088
Type: Article
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