Surfactants in Tribology, Volume 4.pdf

Surfactants in Tribology, Volume 4.pdf


This fourth volume in a new series offers information on advances in the tribological aspects of innovative areas in micro- and nanodevices including MEMS, NEMS, biosurfactants, biolubricants, and bioemulsions. Written by a global team of respected authors, it serves as a reference for scientists and engineers developing advanced materials and devices where nanoscale understanding of the tribiological properties is critical. The text offers up-to-date coverage of the state of the art, with an emphasis on green solutions. Cutting-edge topics include the superlubricity of fullerness, nanotribology of SAMs, and the effect of surface texturing on tribological phenomena, among many others.

Girma Biresaw is an affiliate of the United States Department of Agriculture in Peoria, Illinois. Kash Mittal is a consultant with Hopewell Junction, in New York.

I. Advanced Tribological Concepts Physical mechanisms of atomic-scale friction. Ya-Pu Zhao and Xueyan Zhu. Shear induced anisotropic friction in a lubricated contact. Xavier Banquy Macrotribology of Semi-rigid Poly(i !-methylene-i -butyrolactone) and Poly(methyl methacrylate) Brushes. Yuji Higaki, Motoyasu Kobayashi and Atsushi Takahara. Application of quartz crystal microbalance technology in tribological investigation. Kervin O. Evans, Girma Biresaw, David L. Compton II. Nanotribological Aspects Tribology of Water on Graphene and Silicon Superhydrophobic Nanostructured Surfaces. Priyanka Wasnik, Hartmann E. N'guessan, Arnab Baksi and Rafael Tadmor.Dan F Smith Design and properties of self-assembled ordered films for nanolubrication. Li Chen and Junyan Zhang. Surfactant influence on stability and lubrication properties of metal nanoparticle suspensions in oil. Svajus Joseph Asadauskas, Dalia Brazinskiene, Gedvidas Bikulcius, Raimondas Kreivaitis and Juozas Padgurskas. Nanotribology: Progress toward improved lubrication for the control of friction using ionic liquid lubricants. Nadia G. Kandile and David R.K. Harding. III. Ionic Liquids and Aqueous Surfactant Assemblies Effects of Mixing Two Ionic Liquids on Tribological Behavior of Bearing Steel. Seiya Watanabe, Takahiro Koyama, Yuriko Kondo, Koji Miyake, Miki Nakano, and Shinya Sasaki AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF SURFACTANTS IN MATERIALS ENGINEERING OF TRIBOLOGICAL SYSTEMS. M. W. Sulek, A. Bak-Sowinska Use of surfactants in metal cutting fluids formation. Nabel A. Negm Satish V. Kailas Anirudhan Pottirayil and Ali A. Abd-Elaal. IV. High-Demanding Applications Automotive Lubricant Friction Modifiers: Additive Durability Studies. Frank J. DeBlase. Evaluation of nonionic surfactants in drilling muds. Nabel A. Negm, Salah M. Tawfik and Mahmoud I. Abdou. ADSORPTION OF SURFACTANTS WITH DIFFERENT DEGREES OF ETHOXYLATION ON HEMATITE WEIGHTING MATERIAL AND ITS EFFECT ON THE TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF WATER-BASED PETROLEUM DRILLING FLUIDS. F. Quintero; J.M. Gonzalez; J.E. Arellano and M. Mas. The role of gemini cationic surfactants in inhibiting the corrosion of carbon steel. Nabel A. Negm, Magdy K. Zahran and Mona A. Youssef V. Biobased Lubricants and Fuels Soy-based Polymeric Surfactants Prepared in Carbon Dioxide Media and Influence of Structure on Their Surface Properties. Zengshe Liu and Girma Biresaw. Biobased Lubricants and Functional Products from Cuphea Oil. Steven C. Cermak Roque L. Evangelista Michael Jackson, David L. Compton, Gerhard Knothe, Joseph A. Laszlo and Kervin O. Evans Biodiesel Lubricity and Other Properties. Gerhard Knothe.


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