The metal to metal interface and its effect on adhesion and friction
- Buckley, D. H.
- JAN 1, 1976.
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- The nature of the interface, adhesion and friction properties of noble metals, platinum metals, Group IV (B) metals and transition metals were considered. The surface chemical activity of the noble and platinum metals is shown to effect metal to metal interfaces as does a valance bonding in the transition metals. With the Group IV (B) metals the degree of metallic nature of the elements is shown to effect interfacial behavior. The effect of surface segregation of alloy constituents such as silicon in iron and its influence on the metal to metal interface is discussed. In addition the effect of alloy constituents on changes in bulk properties such as transformations in tin are shown to effect interfacial adhesion and friction behavior.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19760016327., Accession ID: 76N23415., NASA-TM-X-73431., E-8584., and Intern. Conf. on Colloids and Surfaces; 21-25 Jun. 1976; San Juan; Puerto Rico.
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