Surface roughness evolution in adhesive wear processes

Enrico Milanese
Geological faults movements generating earthquakes, a vehicles' tyres rolling on the pavement, and a chalk writing on a blackboard are all different examples of frictional systems. In these systems, which are everywhere around us, two separate bodies are in contact and in relative motion, interacting with one another. Under these conditions, several phenomena arise at the interface: friction, wear, and lubrication being the main ones. Wear, in particular, is the loss of material from the...
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