Microscopic study of thin film lubrication and its contributions to macroscopic tribology

@inproceedings{Hu1998MicroscopicSO,
  title={Microscopic study of thin film lubrication and its contributions to macroscopic tribology},
  author={Yuan-zhong Hu and Steve Granick},
  year={1998}
}
This review article summarizes recent progress in investigation of nano-rheology and thin film lubrication, as well as their contributions to conventional tribology. As the thickness of a lubricating film becomes comparable to molecular dimensions, a lubricant confined between solid walls undergoes a dramatic transition in its rheological properties and physical state, including the formation of ordered structure, enhanced viscosity and slow relaxation, glass transition or solidification, and… CONTINUE READING

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