Effect of Surface Energy on Lubrication
As is well known, boundary lubricants are substances which are introduced between contacting solids in order to reduce the friction and wear during sliding.
KeywordsFriction Coefficient Wear Particle Copper Surface Wear Coefficient Fluid Lubrication
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