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Title Noise influence on solid-liquid transition of ultrathin lubricant film
Authors Khomenko, Oleksii Vitaliiovych  
Keywords Stick-slip friction
Viscoelastic medium
Melting
Type Article
Date of Issue 2004
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/16198
Publisher Physics Letters A
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Citation A.V. Khomenko, Noise influence on solid-liquid transition of ultrathin lubricant film // Physics Letters A. - 2004. - V. 329, Iss. 1-2. - P. 140-147
Abstract The melting of ultrathin lubricant film by friction between atomically flat surfaces is studied. The additive noises of the elastic shear stress and strain, and the temperature are introduced for building the phase diagrams with the domains of sliding, stick-slip, and dry friction. It is shown that increase of the strain noise intensity causes the lubricant film melting even at low temperatures of the friction surfaces. When you are citing the document, use the following link http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/16198
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