Progress in Lubrication and Nano- and Biotribology
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Tribology is a multidisciplinary science that encompasses mechanical engineering, materials science, surface engineering, lubricants, and additives chemistry with tremendous applications. Progress in Lubrication and Nano- and Biotribology discusses the latest in lubrication engineering and nano- and biotribology.
- Discusses green tribology and snakeskin tribology
- Explains biogreases and nanolubricant additives
- Explores applications in aerospace, additive manufactured parts, and severe environments
Written for researchers and advanced students, this book encompasses a wide-ranging view of the latest in nano-and biotribology for a variety of cross-disciplinary applications.
Table of Contents
1. Advancements in Bio-Tribology. 2. Principles of Green Tribology its Research Area and Challenges. 3. Snake Skin Tribology: Material, Surface Structure, Frictional Properties and Biomimetic Implications. 4. Exploration of Bio-Greases for Tribological Applications. 5. Nano Lubricant Additives. 6. Tribological Properties of TMD Films Using the Lubricating Oils for Aerospace Crafts. 7. Surface Texture Properties and Tribological Behaviour of Additive Manufactured Parts. 8. Ceramic Matrix High Temperature as Self-Lubricating Materials. 9. Performance Investigation of Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing Under Severe Environment.
Dr. Catalin Pruncu is a Charter and Member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (UK) since November 2015. Currently, his research is dedicated to further develop and validate hot form quench (HFQ®) Technology for use in the global automotive industry within Imperial College London as Research Fellow. He has published around 35 technical papers in reputed national and international journals/conferences and also served as reviewer for various journals. Catalin is editor and co-editor for two books and was recently granted a patent for a novel ball valve design with focus to reduce the friction between its main elements (i.e. ball/seat). Dr. Amit Aherwar is Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Madhav Institute of Technology & Science, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India. He received his Ph.D. from Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. He has more than eight years of teaching and research experience. His research interest includes Tribology, Biomaterials, Advanced composites materials, recycle/reuse of industrial wastes for engineering applications, and Multi Criteria Optimization. He has published more than 35 technical papers in reputed national and international journals/conferences, and also served as reviewer for various journals.