Influence of tribology on global energy consumption, costs and emissions

@article{Holmberg2017InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of tribology on global energy consumption, costs and emissions},
  author={Kenneth Holmberg and Ali Volkan Erdemir},
  journal={Friction},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={263-284}
}
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 energy consuming sectors: transportation, manufacturing, power generation, and residential. Previously published four case studies on passenger cars, trucks and buses, paper machines and the mining industry were included in our detailed calculations as reference data in our current analyses. The following… CONTINUE READING

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