Mini Review on the Significance Nano-Lubricants in Boundary Lubrication Regime

  title={Mini Review on the Significance Nano-Lubricants in Boundary Lubrication Regime},
  author={Mohamed Kamal Ahmed Ali and Mohamed A. A. Abdelkareem and Ahmed Elagouz and Farhan Essa and Hou Xianjun},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
This article briefly reviews the significance nano-lubricants and assesses their effectiveness to provide the most promising approaches to reduce the friction and anti-wear/scuffing over the boundary regime. The main purpose of this review is to summarize the present knowledge about major advantages of the nanomaterials as nanolubricant additives in boundary lubrication. It is very complex regime involving surface topography, metallurgy, physical adsorption and chemical reactions. There is no… 

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