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Kovalchenko, A. M.; Institute for Problems of Materials Science National Academy of Science of Ukraine (2013)
Publisher: Національний Авиаційний Університет
Languages: Ukrainian
Types: Unknown
Subjects: 531.43 [УДК 621.891]
Considerable amount of papers have been published on the topicof surface texturing for tribological applications over the lastdecade. Investigations of surface textured surfaces in bearings,seals, reciprocating automotive components, etc. are curried outin many countries. New mathematical models describing tribologicalbehavior of the textured surfaces under different lubricatingconditions are regularly elaborating. However, in spite oflarge amount of the studies, the quantity of mass production ofthe textured industrial parts of friction units is highly limited. Ratherpossibly that the simple surfaces texturing is not enough forthe achievement of a real positive result. Application of new materialsand the additional design solutions for providing geometricalprecision conformability could be the ways for wider usageof the textured surfaces. The current review covers the most significantworks on the surface texturing presented in scientific periodicalsin English language.
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