VIDEO LIBRARY

Electrifying tribometry and designing tribotests

Electrifying tribometry and designing tribotests

In this live event, Dr Mathias Woydt will introduce the principles of conceptual design of tribotest in order to characterize the functional properties of friction, wear and extreme pressure as function of operating conditions (mapping) including the extension to...

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A brand new test to assess erosive wear resistance

A brand new test to assess erosive wear resistance

From this webinar you will learn The importance of mechanical properties in erosion resistance About the new randomised impact test How it can be used to study erosion impact-by-impact How to use it to develop more erosion resistant surfaces About The Speakers Prof....

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Mini-Symposium: Tribological Coatings and Surfaces

Mini-Symposium: Tribological Coatings and Surfaces

Solid lubrication using graphite coatings at high mechanical load, Prof. Martin Dienwiebel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Coatings for hostile environment applications, Dr Justyna Kulczyk-Malecka (Manchester Metropolitan University) Bruker surface preparation and...

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Does size matter in tribochemistry?

Does size matter in tribochemistry?

The complexity of correlations in engineering and scientific testing on brake pad materials. The formation of transfer films on organic brake pads. How tribochemistry happens also under the surface of the brake pad. The influence of the size of tools and measurement...

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Bioinspired Surface Engineering for Tribological Applications

Bioinspired Surface Engineering for Tribological Applications

Through millions of years of evolution, biological systems have adapted to extreme conditions. This has resulted in innovative surfaces with functionalities like ultra-strong seashells, wear-resistant reptile skins, and the self-cleaning ability of lotus leaves. With...

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Laser Shock Peening : why laser parameters are important

Laser Shock Peening : why laser parameters are important

Laser Shock Peening (LSP) is a cold, mechanical process of metal components, which has been developed in the United States in the seventies of the last century. By producing a deep compressive residual stress into the material, LSP improves fatigue life, increase...

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