Use of nanoscaled multilayer and compound films to realize a soft lubrication phase within a hard, wear-resistant matrix

@inproceedings{Savan2000UseON,
  title={Use of nanoscaled multilayer and compound films to realize a soft lubrication phase within a hard, wear-resistant matrix},
  author={Alan Savan and Eckhard Pfl{\"u}ger and Ralf Siegfried Goller and Wolfram Gissler},
  year={2000}
}
  • Alan Savan, Eckhard Pflüger, +1 author Wolfram Gissler
  • Published 2000
  • Materials Science
  • Abstract An ideal solid lubricant would have a very low friction coefficient coupled with high wear resistance. It has thus been imagined to include clusters of a lubricating material dispersed within a hard matrix. Such a composite coating might provide both a wear-resistant surface and some solid lubrication, with new pockets of lubricant being exposed as the film wears down. The goal is to extend the historical use of MoS 2 in spacecraft, to common industrial environments such as in dry or… CONTINUE READING

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