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Introduction to Surface Engineering (with nano-impact demo)

Introduction to Surface Engineering (with nano-impact demo)

About This Workshop Surfaces are complex structures, and their interactions underpin a huge array of technologies. By modifying surfaces, engineering components can be augmented with enhanced properties or new ones not possible with a single bulk material. Surface...

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Laser surface texturing: challenges and opportunities

Laser surface texturing: challenges and opportunities

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR Recent advancements in laser technology opened completely new areas of research and applications. Engineered surfaces by laser methods are particularly interesting for applications, which deal with friction and wear. Over the decades, many research...

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Virtual Experiments in Tribology

Virtual Experiments in Tribology

This talk will cover recent advances in modelling aspects of a variety of tribological problems and show how in-silico experiments can be used to shed light on various physical, chemical and mechanical phenomena that affect tribological performance. The main themes...

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Toward Macroscale Superlubricity with 2D Materials

Toward Macroscale Superlubricity with 2D Materials

https://youtu.be/uI6o_JfInFg Friction and wear-related failures remain the greatest problems in today’s moving mechanical components, from microelectromechanical devices to automotive assemblies and to biological systems. The critical need to reduce and eliminate the...

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Surface Engineering: stories behind the scenes

Surface Engineering: stories behind the scenes

https://youtu.be/ni5Wuy2MVuQ As an enabling technology, surface engineering affects almost every product around us by making them to be more long lasting, functional and productive. Despite the numerous positive benefits of our...

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Challenges in high-temperature nanomechanics

Challenges in high-temperature nanomechanics

https://youtu.be/1o1hMzd8Ozc Many applications of coatings and bulk materials in the aerospace, nuclear, fuel cell and cutting tool industries involve high temperatures. Accurate nanomechanical data can improve our understanding...

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