Surface science and tribology play very critical roles in many industries. Manufacture and use of almost all consumer and industrial products rely on the application of advanced surface and tribological knowledge. The fourth in a series, Surfactants in Tribology, Volume 4 provides an update on research and development activities connecting surfactants and tribological phenomena.
Written by renowned subject matter experts, the book demonstrates how improved design of surfactants can be harnessed to control tribological phenomena. Profusely illustrated and copiously referenced, the chapters also discuss novel approaches to control tribological phenomena using surfactants including green surfactants. It also discusses the underlying tribological and surface science issues relevant to many situations in diverse industries.
The information in this volume provides a cutting-edge reference connecting the fields of surfactants and tribology as a way forward to novel, enhanced methods of controlling lubrication, friction, and wear. It reflects the latest developments, highlighting the relevance of surfactants in tribological phenomena in a broad range of industries. As we learn more about the connection between surfactants and tribology, new and improved ways to control lubrication, friction, and wear utilizing surfactants will emerge. This book takes us farther on the path towards this goal.
Advanced Tribological Concepts
Physical Mechanisms of Atomic-Scale Friction, Ya-Pu Zhao and Xueyan Zhu
Shear-Induced Anisotropic Friction in a Lubricated Contact, Xavier Banquy
Macrotribology of Semirigid Poly(α-methylene-γ-butyrolactone) and Poly(methyl methacrylate) Brushes, Yuji Higaki, Motoyasu Kobayashi, and Atsushi Takahara
Application of Quartz Crystal Microbalance Technology in Tribological Investigation, Kervin O. Evans, Girma Biresaw, and David L. Compton
Tribology of Water on Graphene and Silicon Superhydrophobic Nanostructured Surfaces, Priyanka Wasnik, Hartmann E. N’guessan, Arnab Baksi, and Rafael Tadmor|
Design and Properties of Self-Assembled Ordered Films for Nanolubrication, Li Chen and Junyan Zhang
Surfactant Influence on Stability and Lubrication Properties of Metal Nanoparticle Suspensions in Oil, Svajus Joseph Asadauskas, Dalia Bražinskiene˙, Gedvidas Bikulcˇ ius, Raimondas Kreivaitis, and Juozas Padgurskas
Nanotribology: Progress toward Improved Lubrication for the Control of Friction Using Ionic Liquid Lubricants, Nadia G. Kandile and David R.K. Harding
Ionic Liquids and Aqueous Surfactant Assemblies
Effects of Mixing Two Ionic Liquids on Tribological Behavior of Bearing Steel, Seiya Watanabe, Takahiro Koyama, Yuriko Kondo, Koji Miyake, Miki Nakano, Shinya Sasaki, and Ryo Tsuboi
Aqueous Solutions of Surfactants in Materials Engineering of Tribological Systems, M. W. Sulek and A. Bak-Sowinska
Use of Surfactants in Metal Cutting Fluids Formation, Nabel A. Negm, Satish V. Kailas, Anirudhan Pottirayil, and Ali A. Abd-Elaal
Automotive Lubricant Friction Modifiers: Additive Durability Studies, Frank J. DeBlase
Evaluation of Nonionic Surfactants in Drilling Muds, Nabel A. Negm, Salah M. Tawfik, and Mahmoud I. Abdou
Adsorption of Surfactants with Different Degrees of Ethoxylation on Hematite Weighting Material and Its Effect on the Tribological Properties of Water-Based Petroleum Drilling Fluids, F. Quintero, J. M. González, J. E. Arellano, and M. Mas
Role of Gemini Cationic Surfactants in Inhibiting the Corrosion of Carbon Steel, Nabel A. Negm, Magdy K. Zahran, and Mona A. Youssef
Biobased Lubricants and Fuels
Soy-Based Polymeric Surfactants Prepared in Carbon Dioxide Media and Influence of Structure on Their Surface Properties, Zengshe Liu and Girma Biresaw
Biobased Lubricants and Functional Products from Cuphea Oil, Steven C. Cermak, Roque L. Evangelista, Michael Jackson, David L. Compton, Gerhard Knothe, Joseph A. Laszlo, and Kervin O. Evans
Biodiesel Lubricity and Other Properties, Gerhard Knothe