It is shown that the life of boundary lubricants is much greater on polymers than on steel, and a hypothesis is put forward, and experimentally confirmed, to explain the causes of the breakdown of boundary lubricants on polymer and steel surfaces.
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Kut'kov, A.A. Experimental determination of the life of oriented molecules of higher fatty acids under conditions of surface friction of polymers against steel. Polymer Mechanics 1, 66–68 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00860247
- Experimental Determination
- Steel Surface
- Surface Friction
- Boundary Lubricant