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Lift induced by slip inhomogeneities in lubricated contacts

@article{Rinehart2019LiftIB,
  title={Lift induced by slip inhomogeneities in lubricated contacts},
  author={Aidan Rinehart and U. Lācis and Thomas Salez and Shervin Bagheri},
  journal={arXiv: Soft Condensed Matter},
  year={2019}
}
  • Aidan Rinehart, U. Lācis, +1 author Shervin Bagheri
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Soft Condensed Matter
  • Lubrication forces depend to a high degree on elasticity, texture, charge, chemistry, and temperature of the interacting surfaces. Therefore, by appropriately designing surface properties, we may tailor lubrication forces to reduce friction, adhesion and wear between sliding surfaces or control assembly, repulsion, and collision of interacting particles. Here, we show that variations of slippage on one of the contacting surfaces induce a normal (lift) force. We demonstrate the consequences of… CONTINUE READING

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