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Nanotribology

03.02.2019 tribonet

What is Nanotribology? Nanotribology or molecular tribology is one of the most significant components of tribology which is concerned with atomic and molecular interaction at a nanoscale, occurring upon the frictional contact of materials or lubrication. […]

Triboluminescence

Triboluminescence

02.02.2019 tribonet

What is Triboluminescence? Triboluminescence is tribology phenomenon resulting in the generation of light through creating any frictional interaction between the materials. The term for this phenomenon comes from a combination of the greek word for […]

Triboelectricity

Triboelectricity

01.02.2019 tribonet

What is triboelectricity? Triboelectricity refers to the electrification of dissimilar objects or materials occurred due to the collision resulting in the phenomenal flow of electrons from one material to other balancing the potential difference. The […]

Hertz contact of two spheres

Hertzian contact theory

29.10.2017 tribonet

Hertzian contact stress Hertzian contact theory is a classical theory of contact mechanics and is a very useful tool for engineers and researchers. Even though the derivation of the theory is relatively difficult, the final […]

Grease

Grease

22.05.2017 tribonet

The ASTM definition of lubricating grease is: “A solid or semi-solid lubricant consisting of a thickener agent in a liquid lubricant. Other ingredients imparting special properties may be included” A commercial lubricating grease usually consists […]

Industrial Lubrication

What Are Lubricants?

17.04.2017 tribonet

Definition Lubricant is a substance which is used to control (more often to reduce) friction and wear of the surfaces in a contact of the bodies in relative motion [1]. Depending on its nature, lubricants […]