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General Topics

Modern Applications of Tribology

16.07.2017 tribonet 200 Views
While Leonardo da Vinci commented on the effects of friction in the 1400s, it wasn’t until the mid-1960s that tribology was coined by Dr. H. Peter Jost and accepted as the term for the study […]
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Medical textiles and tribology

13.07.2017 tribonet 104 Views
NOT LONG BEFORE MY LAST SKI TRIP, I was having a lot of lower back problems stemming from a bad fall years ago. Without getting into too much blood and gore, I have a pinched […]
General Topics

Tribology at Work on the Strings

12.07.2017 tribonet 1,044 Views
There’s something about the moan and wail of a good gut-bucket slide guitar riff that can grab you by the innards and not let go. Any tribologist worth his salt is likely to have another […]
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Computational Tribology

Slip, No Slip and Cavitation

05.09.2016 Aydar Akchurin 287 Views
Engineering surfaces are heterogeneous and can be slippery or sticky locally depending on surface roughness and chemistry. The variation of surface properties affects the interaction between the wall and lubricant and determines friction. Slip can […]
Atomistic Tribology

Switchable Friction on Graphene

15.08.2016 Aydar Akchurin 119 Views
Graphene is a unique material in many aspects and has recently been applied in various ways. In tribology, it has been shown to lead to a superlubricity – an ultra low friction state. In laboratory […]
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General Topics

Who is The First? Leonardo da Vinci!

06.06.2016 Aydar Akchurin 257 Views
Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, the famous Italian engineer, architect, painter, musician, mathematician can also be considered as The First Tribologist! Although the term itself was invented approximately 450 years after Leonardo da Vinci […]