Journal of Friction and Wear
The Journal of Friction and Wear publishes theoretical and experimental papers on all aspects of the science of friction, lubrication and wear. Launched in 1980 at the initiative of V. A. Belyi, and I.V. Kragelskii, the journal today remains the primary source of tribological studies in the former Soviet Union. Among the topics covered are: Friction physics and tribosystem thermodynamics; Surface characterization; Wear monitoring; Surface engineering; Nanotribology; Contact mechanics; Metal fatigue, wear susceptibility measurement; Wear-resistant materials, coatings; Tribology of friction pairs, durability analysis; Bearings: contact interaction, thermoelasticity; Lubricants, surfactants, grease fillers; Tribological design, optimization, testing; Tribology of alloys, self-lubricating polymers, antifriction materials; and Biotribology.
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Estimation of characteristics of contact between rough surfaces, one of which has solid lubricating coating
O. V. Sutyagin (May 2014)
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