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Tribology of diamond-like carbon films: recent progress and future prospects
During the past two decades, diamond-like carbon (DLC) films have attracted an overwhelming interest from both industry and the research community. These films offer a wide range of exceptionalExpand
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The role of hydrogen in tribological properties of diamond-like carbon films☆
Abstract Extensive research on diamond and diamondlike carbon (DLC) films in our laboratory has further confirmed that hydrogen plays an important role in the tribological properties of these films.Expand
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Tribology of diamond-like carbon films : fundamentals and applications
Tribology of Diamond-like Carbon Films discusses important structural, chemical, mechanical and tribological characteristics of DLC films. Particularly dedicated to the fundamental tribologicalExpand
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Influence of tribology on global energy consumption, costs and emissions
AbstractCalculations of the impact of friction and wear on energy consumption, economic expenditure, and CO2 emissions are presented on a global scale. This impact study covers the four main energyExpand
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Synthesis of diamondlike carbon films with superlow friction and wear properties
In this study, the authors introduce a new diamondlike carbon (DLC) film providing a friction coefficient of 0.001 and wear rates of 10{sup {minus}9} to 10{sup {minus}10} mm{sup 3}/N.m in inert-gasExpand
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Determination of elastomeric foam parameters for simulations of complex loading
Background: Finite element (FE) analysis has shown promise for the evaluation of elastomeric foam personal protection devices. Although appropriate representation of foam materials is necessary inExpand
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Macroscale superlubricity enabled by graphene nanoscroll formation
Slip sliding away Many applications would benefit from ultralow friction conditions to minimize wear on the moving parts such as in hard drives or engines. On the very small scale, ultralow frictionExpand
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Approaches for Achieving Superlubricity in Two-Dimensional Materials.
Controlling friction and reducing wear of moving mechanical systems is important in many applications, from nanoscale electromechanical systems to large-scale car engines and wind turbines.Expand
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Frictional behavior of diamondlike carbon films in vacuum and under varying water vapor pressure
Frictional behavior of diamondlike carbon films in vacuum and under varying water vapor pressure
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Fundamentals of the Tribology of DLC Coatings
This chapter provides an overview of the fundamental processes that may govern friction and wear of diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings. First, the general cases of traditional and carbon-based solidExpand
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