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Atomic-Scale Principles of Point Contact Friction

Hendrik Hoelscher

Atomic-Scale Principles of Point Contact Friction

by Hendrik Hoelscher

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Published by Springer in s.l. .
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    Subjects:
  • Atomic & molecular physics,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Material Science,
  • Nanotechnology,
  • Technology / Material Science,
  • Physics

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSpringer Tracts in Modern Physics
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10152095M
    ISBN 100387140298
    ISBN 109780387140292
    OCLC/WorldCa946919209

    MECHANISMS CONTROLLING FRICTION AND ADHESION AT THE ATOMIC LENGTH-SCALE Xin Z. Liu Professor Robert W. Carpick A lack of understanding of the fundamental mechanisms governing atomic-scale adhesion and friction creates ongoing challenges Author: Xin Zhou Liu. Friction is the force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces, fluid layers, and material elements sliding against each other. There are several types of friction: Dry friction is a force that opposes the relative lateral motion of two solid surfaces in contact. Dry friction is subdivided into static friction ("stiction") between non-moving surfaces, and kinetic friction between moving.

    more detail a new method of measuring friction force using a commercial AFM/FFM and a calibration procedure for conversion of measured cantilever deflection data to normal and friction forces. Atomic-scale friction data of selected materials are also presented and discussed. 2. A Review of Atomic-Scale Friction Measurement Techniques. Macroscopic experiments performed by the school of Bowden and Tabor revealed that macroscopic friction can be related to the collective action of small asperities. Over the last 15 years, experiments performed with the atomic force microscope have provided new insights into the physics of single asperities sliding over surfaces.

    Atomic-scale friction theory, and even superlubricity, is inseparable from charge redistribution, but lacks a bridge to establish the potential link between them. Here, we first report a quantized charge density fluctuation surface (CDFS) by assembling silicene/graphene and germanene/graphene heterostructureAuthor: Bozhao Zhang, Bozhao Zhang, Ziwen Cheng, Ziwen Cheng, Guangan Zhang, Zhibin Lu, Fei Ma, Feng Zhou. This fully updated Second Edition provides the reader with the solid understanding of tribology which is essential to engineers involved in the design of, and ensuring the reliability of, machine parts and systems. It moves from basic theory to practice, examining tribology from the integrated viewpoint of mechanical engineering, mechanics, and materials science. It offers detailed coverage of.


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Atomic-Scale Principles of Point Contact Friction by Hendrik Hoelscher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Contact Mechanics and Friction: Physical Principles and Applications in the number of studies in the area of friction of solid bodies on the atomic scale.

A simple model, known as the. In Septemberhowever, scientists reported some new findings – friction has a directional dependence on the atomic scale. Back to Basics. Frictional forces oppose an object’s motion or intended motion.

Depending on the circumstance, this can be good or bad. Without friction, we wouldn’t be able to walk, run, or drive our cars. New techniques, such as friction force microscopy, have started to provide access to the phenomenon of friction on the atomic scale. This has given a strong impulse to the field of tribology, pushing it significantly beyond the engineering level and into the regime of the fundamental aspects of frictional energy by: Tribology and Contact Mechanics Books K.L.

Johnson, Contact Mechanics,Cambridge University Press. This treatise is concerned with the stresses and deformation of solid bodies in contact with each other, along curved surfaces which touch initially at a point or along a line.

Such atomic-scale studies have an important advantage: the authors can model the surface using a fully atomistic and quantum-mechanical simulation, which reproduces the experimental observable quantities well, such as normal or friction forces, normal or lateral stiffnesses, and the measured surface topography.

In the present article, we review our current understanding of the principles of atomic-scale friction Atomic-Scale Principles of Point Contact Friction book on recent experiments using friction force microscopy.

References. Aruliah D.A, Müser M.H& Schwarz U.D. The velocity dependence of frictional forces in point Cited by: Control of friction on the atomic scale.

on point-contact friction. Lateral force microscopy (LFM) and multimode scanning acoustic force microscopy (SAFM) were used to measure and to Author: Anisoara Socoliuc.

In atomic‐scale friction, when the contact size is kept fixed, Eqs. 4 and 5 would rather predict the opposite behavior, with, to first approximation, a linear increase of friction with velocity.

It may not be directly clear what temperature dependence to by: The book “Contact Mechanics and Friction: Physical Principles and Applications” is written by a theoretical physicist but from the point of view of an engineer.

It covers an amazingly broad spectrum of topics ranging from atomic scale friction, continuum and structural mechanics, materials science, lubrication, adhesion, capillarity and Cited by: 2.

Friction at the atomic scale. The effect of atomic bonds on friction has been demonstrated, for the first time, at the scale of just a few atoms. The book “Contact Mechanics and Friction: Physical Principles and Applications” is written by a theoretical physicist but from the point of view of an engineer.

It covers an amazingly broad spectrum of topics ranging from atomic scale friction, continuum and structural mechanics, materials science, lubrication, adhesion, capillarity and Cited by: 2. way to switch friction on and off at the atomic scale is achieved by exciting the mechanical resonances of the sliding system perpendicular to the contact plane.

The resulting variations of the interaction energy reduce friction below 10 piconewtons in a finite range of excitation and load, without any noticeable wear.

Fusco, A. Fasolino: Velocity dependence of atomic-scale friction: A comparative study of the one- and two-dimensional Tomlinson model, Phys. Rev. B 71, () CrossRef Google Scholar Cited by: The well experienced phenomena of friction and wear can be understood in detail by observing the sliding of a single contact asperity.

Nowadays, this purpose is realized in a very efficient way by the atomic force microscope (AFM), which first made possible the observation of friction with atomic features in Friction between a sharp silicon tip and a surface is measured by means of a Cited by:   Principles of atomic friction: we review our current understanding of the principles of atomic-scale friction based on recent experiments using friction force microscopy.

Introduction and enables the local measurement of lateral forces by moving a sharp tip, representing (approximately) a point contact, over a sample by: Friction at the Atomic Scale I used to dread the first week of De-cember.

It wasn’t the darkness or Boston’s pre-snow drizzle that made me gloomy, and it wasn’t the nonexis-tent parking at holiday-frenzied shop-ping malls. This was the week when ab-stracts were due for the annual March meeting of the American Physical Soci. Abstract. friction Friction is an old subject of research: the empirical da Vinci–Amontons laws are common knowledge.

Macroscopic experiments systematically performed by the school of Bowden and Tabor have revealed that macroscopic friction can be related to the collective action of small asperities. During the last 15 years, experiments performed with the atomic force microscope gave new. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Friction between two solids is not only one of the most common, but also one of the most complex and least understood processes in nature [].

At rough interfaces, plastic deformations and abrasion- both associated with the rearrangement of interatomic bonds- are responsible for energy dissipation during the. Introduction. Recent experiments allow for detailed investigations of frictional forces of thin liquids sheared between two solid surfaces, or of sheared granular acial friction is one of the oldest problems in physics and chemistry and certainly one of the most important from a practical point Author: M.G.

Rozman, M. Urbakh, J. Klafter. The Study of Contact, Adhesion and Friction at the Atomic Scale by Atomic Force Microscopy by Robert William Carpick Doctor of Philosophy in Physics University of California, Berkeley Professor Daniel S.

Chemla, Chair Dr. Miquel B. Salmeron, Co-Chair The physical behavior of materials in contact with one another is generally notFile Size: 3MB. The simpler aspects of friction dealt with so far are its macroscopic (large-scale) characteristics. Great strides have been made in the atomic-scale explanation of friction during the past several decades.

Researchers are finding that the atomic nature of friction seems .Rolling Friction / Liquid-Mediated Contact / Friction of Materials / Friction of Metals and Alloys / Friction of Ceramics / Friction of Polymers / Friction of Solid Lubricants / Closure / References / Suggested Reading / 7 Interface Temperature of Sliding Surfaces The first book in the field to incorporate recent research on nanotribology with classical theories of contact mechanics, this unique text explores atomic scale scratches, non-contact friction and fishing of molecular nanowires as observed in the by: