TRIBOLOGY – the research of friction, put on and lubrication – affects nearly each element of our day-by-day lives. The Springer Encyclopedia of Tribology is an authoritative and finished reference protecting all significant elements of the technology and engineering of tribology which are suitable to researchers throughout all engineering industries and similar medical disciplines. this can be the 1st significant reference that brings jointly the technology, engineering and technological features of tribology of this breadth and scope in one paintings. constructed and written via prime specialists within the box, the Springer Encyclopedia of Tribology covers the basics in addition to complex purposes throughout fabric varieties, various size and time scales, and encompassing numerous engineering purposes and applied sciences. fascinating new parts resembling nanotribology, tribochemistry and biotribology have additionally been incorporated. As a six-volume set, the Springer Encyclopedia of Tribology includes 1630 entries written by means of authoritative specialists in every one topic sector, less than the advice of a global panel of key researchers from academia, nationwide laboratories and undefined. With alphabetically-arranged entries, notion diagrams and cross-linking beneficial properties, this entire paintings presents easy accessibility to crucial details for either researchers and working towards engineers within the fields of engineering (aerospace, car, biomedical, chemical, electric, and mechanical) in addition to fabrics technology, physics, and chemistry.
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